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  • Cowboys' Mincey back at practice after ending brief holdout

    OXNARD, Calif. (AP) — Dallas Cowboys defensive end Jeremy Mincey didn't stay away from training camp long in his effort to get a reworked contract. The team's sack leader last season ended a brief holdout and worked on the side Sunday at practice after missing the first three days of camp, including the first padded practice. Mincey showed up...

  • Miller no longer in NFL's drug program

      ENGLEWOOD — Von Miller no longer carries all those extra pounds or the weight of the world. He's back at his natural position and size and his playfulness and smile are back, too. The Denver Broncos star linebacker has been discharged from the NFL's drug program after staying clean for two years, meaning he's no longer subject to...

  • Miller no longer in NFL's drug program

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Von Miller no longer carries all those extra pounds or the weight of the world. He's back at his natural position and size and his playfulness and smile are back, too. The Denver Broncos star linebacker has been discharged from the NFL's drug program after staying clean for two years, meaning he's no longer subject to...

  • Broncos receiver Demaryius Thomas longs to see freed mother

    ENGLEWOOD - Demaryius Thomas is still waiting to see his mother out from behind bars for the first time since the police came busting into his house one morning when he was 11. Katina Smith and her mother, Minnie Pearl Thomas, were arrested on drug trafficking charges. The police allowed Smith to walk her kids to the school bus stop before...

  • With Jeffery leading pack, no shortage of options for Bears

    BOURBONNAIS, Ill. (AP) — If indeed this is his time, his chance to assert himself as a true No. 1 receiver for the Chicago Bears, Alshon Jeffery was in no mood to discuss it. "I mean I'm not looking forward to anything," he said. "I'm just doing my job whatever it takes for us to win. I mean whether that's me blocking, catching the ball. It...

  • Plan to limit Manning's snaps will also benefit backup

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — The plan to give Peyton Manning a breather at training camp is designed to pay dividends not only for the five-time MVP but also his backup. Entering the final year of his rookie contract, Brock Osweiler will get his biggest chance yet to prove he's a worthy successor. "Well, we're going to evaluate him through...

  • Plan to limit Peyton Manning's snaps will also benefit backup

    ENGLEWOOD — The plan to give Peyton Manning a breather at training camp is designed to pay dividends not only for the five-time MVP but also his backup. Entering the final year of his rookie contract, Brock Osweiler will get his biggest chance yet to prove he's a worthy successor. "Well, we're going to evaluate him through training camp and...

  • Klee blog: Broncos star Von Miller can cash in on NFL's richest non-QB contract

    It's at least one month too early to make any bold predictions on the Broncos' 2015 season. Except one: It says here Von Miller will win the NFL's defensive player of the year award and, soon after, sign the richest contract in NFL history for a non-quarterback. Vonnie Football is on a mission from Wade. Phillips, the new/old defensive...

  • Broncos lose Kyle Williams to torn Achilles tendon

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Denver returner Kyle Williams tore his left Achilles during a punt return drill at training camp Saturday and will miss the season. The oft-injured Williams missed much of the Broncos' offseason workouts with sore hamstrings. He was out of the league last year after playing in all four of Kansas City's preseason games....

  • Thomas longs for reunion with his mother

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Demaryius Thomas is still waiting to see his mother out from behind bars for the first time since the police came busting into his house one morning when he was 11. Katina Smith and her mother, Minnie Pearl Thomas, were arrested on drug trafficking charges. The police allowed Smith to walk her kids to the school bus...

  • Broncos lose Kyle Williams to torn Achilles tendon

    ENGLEWOOD — Denver returner Kyle Williams tore his right Achilles during a punt return drill at training camp Saturday. The oft-injured Williams missed much of the Broncos' offseason workouts with sore hamstrings. He was reaching to scoop a football when he crumpled to the grass in pain and was carted off the field minutes later....

  • Marshall back on field but with a heavy heart

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Brandon Marshall is back on the football field, trying to replicate last year's breakout season despite two screws in his right foot and a heavy heart. Marshall led the Broncos with 111 tackles last year despite being hobbled down the stretch by a right foot injury that required offseason surgery. Because he didn't...

  • Falcons' Tamme making easy transition to life after Manning

    ATLANTA (AP) — Atlanta tight end Jacob Tamme was worried about playing with another quarterback after catching passes from Peyton Manning most of his career with Indianapolis and Denver. "Peyton has been a huge part of my career, and he's a great friend of mine," Tamme said. "It's hard for me to go somewhere and feel like I was not falling off...

  • Troubles haven't slowed down for NFL

    Shattered cellphones. Fireworks accidents. Failed drug tests. The NFL's endless aggravation raged through an offseason marked by more crime and punishment, rules violations by owners, and the never-ending "Deflategate" saga. The latest black eye came from Pro Bowl defensive end Sheldon Richardson, who addressed his recent drug suspension by...

  • Falcon girl learns moves from Broncos Cheerleaders

    Cheyenne Dyess doesn't let anything get her down, even her battle with T-cell lymphoblastic lymphoma. The Falcon 10-year-old got another huge reason to smile on Friday afternoon. Two Denver Broncos cheerleaders arrived at the University of Colorado Health Memorial Hospital Center in Colorado Springs to teach the young Broncos fan the right...

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