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  • Klee: The sea is rough, and Broncos swimming in dangerous waters

    DENVER - During Dolphins Week, the Broncos hosted Shark Week. Sounds like fin. "We saw sharks coming out of the ocean attacking seals," Denver defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio told a sea of media. "That's how we want to attack the football." On Thursdays at Dove Valley, players gather 'round for a motivational video. Old Broncos teams...

  • 3 with Klee: Will the Broncos take Champ Bailey's advice?

    Three subplots in Sunday's 2:25 p.m. game between the Broncos and Dolphins at Sports Authority Field at Mile High: 1 - One right move There was much consternation when the Broncos allowed Knowshon Moreno to leave without a contract offer. Moreno was coming off a 1,000-yard rushing season. Why let him go? Here’s why: Moreno had never fully...

  • 5 things to watch for in Sunday's Broncos-Dolphins game

    Some things to keep an eye on when the Dolphins and Broncos square off at 2:25 p.m. Sunday in Denver (CBS): 1 - Sackmasters A lot of times sacks come in bunches and that could certainly be the case Sunday. Miami’s defensive ends — Cameron Wake and Olivier Vernon — have combined for 14 of the team’s 30 sacks with Wake at 8 1/2 and Vernon...

  • Broncos shuffle backfield on eve of showdown

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — The Denver Broncos have shuffled their thin backfield on the eve of their showdown with the Miami Dolphins. They promoted Jeremy Stewart from their practice squad and waived rookie Kapri Bibbs. Stewart gives the Broncos' backfield more experience with Ronnie Hillman (foot) and Montee Ball (groin) sidelined. The other...

  • Broncos shuffle backfield on eve of showdown with Dolphins

    ENGLEWOOD — The Denver Broncos have shuffled their thin backfield on the eve of their showdown with the Miami Dolphins. They promoted Jeremy Stewart from their practice squad and waived rookie Kapri Bibbs. Stewart gives the Broncos' backfield more experience with Ronnie Hillman (foot) and Montee Ball (groin) sidelined. The other two running...

  • Rams' defense closer to expectations

    ST. LOUIS (AP) — Rodney McLeod lowered the boom, legally, with a perfectly timed, shoulder-to-shoulder hit on Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders. The pass breakup on a deep sideline route sent Sanders off to be examined for concussion-like symptoms, but that wasn't the point. The St. Louis Rams' hopes for a late-season rally rest on a...

  • Rookie receiver ready to add to Broncos' weaponry

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Wide receiver Cody Latimer spent his summer burning cornerback Bradley Roby in a daily must-see matchup of Big Ten rookies vying to make an immediate impact in the NFL. Yet, the one who's gotten all the playing time so far is Roby, a first-round pick from Ohio State getting on-the-job training as Denver's slot...

  • Rookie receiver ready to add to Broncos' weaponry

    ENGLEWOOD — Wide receiver Cody Latimer spent his summer burning cornerback Bradley Roby in a daily must-see matchup of Big Ten rookies vying to make an immediate impact in the NFL. Yet, the one who's gotten all the playing time so far is Roby, a first-round pick from Ohio State getting on-the-job training as Denver's slot cornerback....

  • FXFL satisfied with mini-season

    The four-team FXFL's first season is over, and the developmental league's founder is eager to get started on Year 2. "I think we had a great first season, given the accelerated timeframe we operated under," says Brian Woods, commissioner of the league. "We are very pleased at the response from the public. This model has proven itself. We...

  • Emmanuel Sanders back at Broncos practice; not so fast with Julius Thomas

    Five days after taking a vicious hit that knocked him out of the St. Louis loss, Emmanuel Sanders returned to practice Friday, and remains hopeful he will play Sunday. Tight end Julius Thomas, recovering from a left ankle injury, wore a helmet for the first time this week, but was a limited participant during Friday's workout. Sanders was...

  • Gazette NFL Picks: Week 12; will the Broncos bounce back?

    See who The Gazette's panel of prognosticators is picking in NFL games this week.

  • Zuerlein's kicking key to victory over Broncos

    ST. LOUIS (AP) — When the St. Louis Rams needed it most, kicker Greg Zuerlein regained his rookie-season form. Zuerlein was a career-best 5 for 5 with two field goals of longer than 50 yards last week, providing most of the points in a 22-7 upset over the Denver Broncos and earning NFC special teams player of the week honors. "You go out to...

  • Patient Hill set to make second straight start

    ST. LOUIS (AP) — Cobwebs surrounded Shaun Hill before he finally got a chance to show his stuff in the NFL. The St. Louis Rams quarterback knows all about patience. The 34-year-old Hill earned his first victory since 2010 last week with a turnover-free outing against the Broncos, and is set to make his second straight start Sunday at San...

  • Broncos bothered by O-line criticism

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — By midweek, teams have seen the film, made the corrections and installed the new game plan. All of that did nothing to ease John Fox's irritability or Peyton Manning's sense of culpability Wednesday. Both are still smarting from Denver's 22-7 loss at St. Louis in which the Broncos' NFL-record streak of 30 consecutive...

  • Broncos leap to defense of patched-up offensive line

    ENGLEWOOD — By midweek, teams have seen the film, made the corrections and installed the new game plan. All of that did nothing to ease John Fox's irritability or Peyton Manning's sense of culpability Wednesday. Both are still smarting from Denver's 22-7 loss at St. Louis in which the Broncos' NFL-record streak of 30 consecutive 20-plus-point...

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