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  • McManus out as Broncos find new placekicker

    ENGLEWOOD — The Denver Broncos have switched kickers again, waiving first-year pro Brandon McManus and signing Connor Barth, who hasn't kicked in an NFL game since 2012. Barth, 28, won a competition with 38-year-old Jay Feely at the Broncos complex in suburban Denver on Tuesday. The Broncos were in the market for a new kicker after McManus...

  • Pats are unanimous No. 1 in AP Pro32 rankings

    NEW YORK (AP) — It's unanimous: Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are the top team in the NFL. The Patriots (9-2) received all 12 first-place votes Tuesday in the AP Pro32 power rankings, which are decided by a media panel that regularly covers the league. The Patriots have won seven games in a row, almost all of them by comfortable...

  • Broncos bringing in veteran kickers to compete with McManus

    ENGLEWOOD — Brandon McManus is like many young kickers who stumble in the NFL before finding a foothold. What separates him from most is that he's playing for a team on a Super Bowl-or-bust mission. So, clanking a 33-yard field goal attempt off the right upright like he did in Denver's 39-36 squeaker over Miami on Sunday might just cost him....

  • Rams reeling from rally-killing interception

    ST. LOUIS (AP) — Shaun Hill can relate to that nauseating sense of failure 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick carried off the field earlier this month when his goal-line fumble handed a victory to the St. Louis Rams. Now, it's Hill's turn to be humbled. The Rams (4-7) turned to the 34-year-old journeyman confident he wouldn't make the...

  • Dolphins look to bounce back against Jets

    DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — The Miami Dolphins haven't been able to win a game decided in the closing minutes, which leaves them little or no margin for error as their season heads down the stretch. At 6-5, the Dolphins might need to sweep their final five games to reach the playoffs for the first time since 2008. A fourth-quarter flameout at Denver...

  • Chiefs’ Eric Berry won’t play vs. Broncos after possible cancerous mass found

    Chiefs Pro Bowl safety Eric Berry has a mass in the right side of his chest that will be further examined by a lymphoma specialist in Atlanta, the Kansas City Star reported. No definitive diagnosis has been made, according to the Chiefs, but Berry was placed on the Kansas City's non-football injury list and will not play in Sunday night’s...

  • Correction: Broncos Moves story

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — In a story Nov. 22 about Denver Broncos transactions, The Associated Press reported erroneously that running back Jeremy Stewart was from Cal. He went to Stanford. A corrected version of the story is below: Broncos shuffle backfield on eve of showdown Broncos promote Jeremy Stewart from practice squad, waive Kapri...

  • Seahawks rebound vs. Cards; Pats improve to 9-2

    Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks did some soul searching before their showdown with the Arizona Cardinals. Whatever the defending Super Bowl champions said to each other, it appears to have worked. Wilson found backup tight end Cooper Helfet for a 20-yard, catch-and-run touchdown late in the third quarter, Steven Hauschka kicked four...

  • Ramsey: Broncos' C.J. Anderson, recently Mr. Anonymous, bulldozes Dolphins

    DENVER - The end zone beckoned, and C.J. Anderson wanted to answer the call. After dancing into the open field, he could see the destination where every running back yearns to roam. "Oh, it was very tempting," Anderson said. "In my head I was saying, 'Go, go, go.'" But in the back of his mind, he heard stern, sensible words spoken in the...

  • Klee: With nail-biting win, Broncos enter whole new world

    DENVER - Hope you enjoyed the show. Hope your mancaves and womancaves are littered in highlight videos from "Broncos 42, 49ers 17" and "Broncos 41, Cardinals 20" and even "Broncos 45, Redskins 21" and "Broncos 34, Saints 14" and "Broncos 37, Texans 13" from years past. Frame those crazy box scores to show your kids. Because this is how it...

  • NFL Today, Week 12

    SCOREBOARD Monday, Nov. 24 N.Y. Jets vs. Buffalo, 7 p.m. The game was moved to Detroit's Ford Field after a severe winter storm hit the Buffalo area. The Bills (5-5) are fading from the AFC playoff picture following two straight losses. The Jets (2-8) are rested, coming off their bye week, and have had the advantage of practicing all week....

  • NFL Capsules

    SEATTLE (AP) — Russell Wilson found backup tight end Cooper Helfet for a 20-yard catch-and-run touchdown late in the third quarter, Steven Hauschka kicked four field goals and the Seattle Seahawks handed the Arizona Cardinals their second loss of the season, 19-3 on Sunday. Wilson was sacked a season-high seven times by Arizona's...

  • Broncos defeat Dolphins: Quarter by quarter

    A quarter-by-quarter analysis of the Denver Broncos' victory over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.

  • Manning, Anderson lead Broncos past Dolphins

    DENVER (AP) — The Denver Broncos' much maligned offensive line broke their silence last week. They made an earsplitting statement Sunday. Behind blockers angry over being scapegoated for the team's myriad problems, the Broncos found the balance, ground game and pocket of protection that had eluded them during their recent slide....

  • Julius Thomas ruled out for Broncos-Dolphins game; Sanders active

    The Denver Broncos will be without tight end Julius Thomas for their Sunday game against the Miami Dolphins because of a sprained left ankle. Wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders, however, is active. He was knocked from last week's game at St. Louis by a vicious hit but cleared the league's concussion protocol over the weekend. Other inactives...

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