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You don’t want to stand in Adrian Peterson’s way.
Garcia Williams takes the spot of injured inside linebacker Corey Nelson, and Wilkinson and Day bolster an offensive line recently depleted by injuries.
“If it happened to my quarterback, I’d probably say it was illegal.”
“If it happened to my quarterback, I’d probably say it was illegal.”
“If it happened to my quarterback, I’d probably say it was illegal.”
“If it happened to my quarterback, I’d probably say it was illegal.”
You remember the 2008 Bengals, don’t you? Remarkably, that Cincinnati team was led by two quarterbacks still in the league: Carson Palmer started the first 4 games (all losses) before elbow issues caused him to shut things down for the rest of the year. From there, a young Ryan Fitzpatrick took...
By simulating game-pressure situations in practice, Olivo and McManus hope to get the Broncos’ prolific kicker back to his usual form.
It is John Elway’s fault for not bringing in anything remotely resembling a viable NFL starter at quarterback. The two tall draft busts on the bench behind Trevor Siemian aren’t the answer. There were and are other quarterbacks on the market besides Tony Romo. It doesn’t take much to be an...
It’s been more than two decades since the Broncos last played in LA, but it’s been more than five decades since they last played the Chargers in LA. Jim Saccomano recalls that game.
Under pressure. Los Angeles defensive end Melvin Ingram is third in the NFL this season with 7½ sacks, including 1½ in the season opener against the Broncos in Denver.
Broncos kicker Brandon McManus showed up with a plan ‘to get it right’
Oakland running back Marshawn Lynch was suspended for one game without pay by the NFL on Friday for shoving a game official during the Raiders’ victory over Kansas City on Thursday night.
What’s in a name? For Broncos defensive end Zach Kerr, bestowing a name—whether it’s upon a newborn son or a pit bull—is about family, personality, tradition and ... favorite childhood films? The 334-pound defensive lineman, who joined the Broncos as a free agent back in March, has brought a big...
Maybe Marshawn Lynch can watch the Oakland Raiders’ next game from the stands too. He won’t be on the field. When Lynch came off the sideline Thursday night to join a scrum on the field and ended up shoving an official, it was clear he might be suspended. It was no surprise when the NFL gave...
USC-Notre Dame and Michigan-Penn State at the same time on Saturday night. Sign up Like this article? (...)
Anthony Barr went to the playbook every NFL player uses after injuring an opponent. “By no means was I trying to injure or take out Aaron Rodgers,” said Barr, the Minnesota Vikings linebacker, according to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. “He’s one of, if not the best, player in this league....
This week: TV announcers stay classy and go full Ron Burgundy; Ryan Kerrigan goes full Steve Austin; Bill Belichick waxes philosophical; and the fattest damn running back we’ve ever seen. read more
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Take a look at a roundup of the experts’ picks for this weekend’s game between the Broncos and the Chargers in Los Angeles.
Quite the moment.
Barbre and Anderson will have larger tasks in the wake of injuries to Menelik Watson, Donald Stephenson and Corey Nelson.
Injuries will force Allen Barbre to start at right tackle against Chargers
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