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Mile High Report Nov 25, 2015

Pro Bowl 2016: 10 Broncos players among fan vote leaders

Denver's defense should be represented well in the Pro Bowl. If fan voting for the 2016 Pro Bowl ended today, four Denver Broncos would be headed to Hawaii. Fan voting doesn't end until December 15—go vote!—and players and coaches will account for the final two thirds of the vote, so Denver's likely to have more than four players represented. As of today, ten Broncos rank among the top ten vote-getters at their positions. See the full list below, courtesy of the NFL: Name Position Position Rank Position Pro Bowlers Aqib Talib Cornerback Third (110,685 votes) Eight ...
Arrowhead Pride Nov 16, 2015

Ejected Broncos player says he didn't mean to punch Jeremy Maclin, Chiefs are the cheap ones

The Denver Broncos player who was ejected for throwing a punch - days after the national conversation was how whether Broncos were a dirty team - says, well actually, it's the Chiefs who are cheap. Yes, TJ Ward, who was ejected for winding up and throwing a punch at Jeremy Maclin and the teammate of Aqib Talib who is currently suspended for poking someone's eye and the teammate of Von Miller who leads the league in personal fouls, says it's the Chiefs who are actually the cheap shot artists. "They were a pretty dirty team — the O-linemen, receivers and tight ends," Ward said, via a...
Mile High Report Nov 15, 2015

T.J. Ward ejected after punching Jeremy Maclin in the helmet

Ugly, ugly, ugly. It's getting tough to defend Broncos defenders. A week after Aqib Talib poked Dwayne Allen in the eye and was rightfully suspended, T.J. Ward punched Jeremy Maclin in the helmet and will probably get rightfully suspended. The Broncos were losing by three scores when Ward tried to get away with his unsportsmanlike, dirty hit. The Broncos don't know how to take a loss like men.
Arrowhead Pride Nov 15, 2015

Chiefs vs. Broncos preview: Losing Aqib Talib and DeMarcus Ware, how fans view Peyton Manning and more

Editor's Note: Double your money in our week 10 fantasy football league on FanDuel this Sunday. Refunds for all losing teams! Join now. To prepare for Sunday's Chiefs-Broncos game I spoke with Kyle Montgomery over at SB Nation's Broncos blog, Mile High Report. You can find our Q&A below. And you can find my answers to his questions here. AP: What does the loss of Ware and Talib do to the Broncos defense? MHR: It hurts, but it's not brutal. This is the second game will miss Ware this season, and last time, Shaquil Barrett stepped up in a huge way. In his first NFL start, Barrett registered...
Arrowhead Pride Nov 15, 2015

Chiefs-Broncos picks: Predicting the winner in Week 10

Offering up our Chiefs-Broncos predictions for the game. It's game day. The Kansas City Chiefs are visiting the Denver Broncos and they'll do so as 4.5-point underdogs after opening as 7-point underdogs. The Chiefs are 3-5 on the season while the 7-1 Broncos are coming off their first loss of the season last week. Denver will be without CB Aqib Talib and LB DeMarcus Ware and perhaps even WR Emmanuel Sanders. The Chiefs do have a shot in this game. Many of the Chiefs-Broncos recent games have been close and come down to the last play. I wouldn't be surprised to see the same here. We asked...
Mile High Report Nov 14, 2015

Will the Denver Broncos bounce back against the Kansas City Chiefs?

Each week we ask you all for score predictions and until last week Mile High Report was the best score predictions across all of SB Nation. However, after two straight weeks of an unexpected blowout win and a close road loss, that is no longer the case. Following up the most impressive win of the year with the biggest stinker of the year, the Denver Broncos need to get back on track and back in rhythm, especially on defense. With the Kansas City Chiefs coming to town fresh off a Bye, the Broncos will need to get it done without Aqib Talib or DeMarcus Ware. The good news is that the...
Silver And Black Pride Nov 12, 2015

Know the Enemy Daily Links 11/12: Is Denver's Von Miller a dirty football player?

AFC West Denver Broncos Is Von Miller a dirty football player? - Mile High ReportFans of the Kansas City Chiefs are all whipped this week up over the Aqib Talib eye poking incident and are claiming Von Miller is one of the dirtiest players in the NFL. Broncos Stock Report: Who's trending on defense - Mile High ReportWouldn't it have been great if you could have bought stock in Shaq Barrett two years ago? Who else has seen their star rising on the defense? San Diego Chargers Chargers DL flashes but coming up short overall | SanDiegoUnionTribune.comThe Chargers' defensive line generally was...
Mile High Report Nov 12, 2015

Is Von Miller a dirty football player?

Some fans of the NFL, particularly fans of the Kansas City Chiefs, are all whipped-up this week up over the Aqib Talib eye poking incident. Understandably so (the Broncos play the Chiefs on Sunday), but some are also claiming Von Miller is one of the dirtiest players in the NFL, "trying to hurt" opposing players after the whistle. This debate stemmed from one of the final plays the Denver Broncos ran against the Indianapolis Colts, where Miller got tangled up with Colts tight end, Jack Doyle. What I see here is both players utilizing an illegal hands to the face, with Doyle doing the...
Denver Post Nov 11, 2015
Bradley Roby, star of last meeting vs. Chiefs, assumes starting job in Aqib Talib's absence

Bradley Roby, star of last meeting vs. Chiefs, assumes starting job in Aqib Talib's absence

On Sunday, the image of Roby staring back at Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith from the defensive backfield will be a game-long fixture.
Silver And Black Pride Nov 11, 2015

Know the Enemy Daily Links 11/11:Peyton Manning reportedly has foot injury

AFC West Denver Broncos Peyton Manning injury: Broncos QB has reported foot injury in 2015 - Mile High ReportWe'll be watching the injury report this week. Aqib Talib lost his appeal; will miss Chiefs game - Mile High ReportThe NFL has spoken and Aqib Talib's flagrant poking of the eye will result in a one game suspension. San Diego Chargers San Diego Chargers: Should Tom Telesco be fired? - Bolts From The BlueBen Higgins and John Gennaro go back through three years of personnel moves to evaluate the San Diego Chargers GM. The San Diego Chargers have become a joke - Bolts From The BlueThe...
Broncos Gab Nov 10, 2015

Broncos CB Talib Loses Appeal, Officially Suspended for Eye-Poking

Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib’s adventures in eye-poking on Sunday against the Colts will result in a suspension, Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com reports. The NFL notified Talib he has been suspended without pay for this Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs for his eye-poke of Colts tight end Dwayne Allen. The NFL said Talib violated […]
Mile High Report Nov 10, 2015

Aqib Talib lost his appeal; will miss Chiefs game

The NFL has spoken and Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib's flagrant eye poking will result in a one game suspension. I doubt few fans would disagree with this, since it was certainly beyond a simply personal foul penalty and deserved league action on the incident. Aqib Talib lost his appeal. He will be suspended from game against Chiefs. #9news #9sports — Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) November 10, 2015 The suspension will leave the Broncos without both Aqib Talib as he serves his one game suspension and DeMarcus Ware, who re-injured his back, in Sunday's loss to the Indianapolis Colts....
Denver Post Nov 9, 2015
Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib appealing his one-game suspension by NFL

Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib appealing his one-game suspension by NFL

A contrite Aqib Talib admitted Monday he deserved discipline from the NFL for his eye-gouging incident during the Broncos' 27-24 loss to the Indianapolis Colts, but he seeks to have his one-game suspension overturned in favor of a hefty fine.

NFL suspends former KU football standout Aqib Talib for eye poke

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The NFL slapped Aqib Talib with a one-game suspension for poking Indianapolis Colts tight end Dwayne Allen in his right eye. If upheld on appeal, Denver’s star cornerback will miss the Denver Broncos’ game against the Kansas City Chiefs this weekend. He’ll also miss out on a $323,529 paycheck on his $5.5 million base salary. “I sat with Aqib on the plane coming home last night, had a long talk with him,” coach Gary Kubiak said Monday. “He’s wrong. He needs to stay out of the situation. It hurt the team.” read more

What's trending in the NFL: Talib suspended for eye poke; key Patriots' cog out for season

Whats trending in the NFL: Talib suspended for eye poke; key Patriots cog out for season

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