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Mile High Report Oct 19, 2017
Broncos and Chargers injury report: Thomas and Marshall limited, Watson not practicing

Broncos and Chargers injury report: Thomas and Marshall limited, Watson not practicing

Here is your Thursday injury report for the Denver Broncos and the Los Angeles Chargers. A host of Broncos veteran’s who received a day off on Wednesday returned to practice today. Those players include running back Jamaal Charles, cornerback Aqib Talib, nose tackle Domata Peko, and tight end A.J. Derby. Back at practice. pic.twitter.com/5OVLVDIUji— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) October 19, 2017 Also returning to practice(in a limited manner) was wide receiver Demaryius Thomas(Calf) and linebacker Brandon Marshall(Shoulder). Thomas was never really in doubt of missing Sunday’s...
Broncos Wire Oct 18, 2017
Host of Broncos starters missed practice Wednesday

Host of Broncos starters missed practice Wednesday

Eleven Broncos players were held out of practice Wednesday, but four players sat out for non-injury reasons. Receiver Cody Latimer (knee), quarterback Paxton Lynch (shoulder), linebacker Brandon Marshall (shoulder), receiver Isaiah McKenzie (ankle), receiver Emmanuel Sanders (ankle), receiver Demaryius Thomas (calf) and offensive tackle Menelik Watson (calf) were all sidelined. Running back Jamaal Charles, tight end A.J. Derby, nose tackle Domata Peko and cornerback Aqib Talib did not practice for non-injury reasons. Quarterback Trevor Siemian (shoulder) fully participated. For the...
Broncos Wire Oct 15, 2017
3 takeaways from Broncos' 23-10 loss to Giants

3 takeaways from Broncos' 23-10 loss to Giants

The Denver Broncos dropped to 3-2 on Sunday evening following a 20-10 loss to the previously winless New York Giants. Here are three quick takeaways from the meltdown at home: 1. Covering tight ends is a problem 1. Why did Aqib Talib not man Evan Engram all game? 2. Why not give Andy Janovich some short carries? 3. Whats up with Brandon McManus? — Jon Heath (@JonHeathNFL) October 16, 2017 Covering tight ends has been an issue over the last three seasons in Denver. That continued on Sunday evening with Giants rookie tight end Evan Engram hauling in five receptions for 82 yards and a...
Mile High Report Oct 12, 2017
Injury report: Broncos vets return to practice while Giants remain in turmoil

Injury report: Broncos vets return to practice while Giants remain in turmoil

Here is your Thursday Injury R The Broncos continue to have no major injuries to really worry about this week. Their veterans Jamaal Charles, Domata Peko, and Aqib Talib all returned to practice today after receiving the day off on Wednesday. Broncos QB Paxton Lynch (right shoulder) doesn’t have a timeline for a return. Just started throwing short passes yesterday. About 5 yards— James Palmer (@JamesPalmerTV) October 12, 2017 The only injuries of note remain to be Cody Latimer and Paxton Lynch. Latimer is continuing to deal with a knee injury while Lynch is just beginning to start...
Broncos Wire Oct 12, 2017
Few changes to Thursday injury report for Broncos and Giants

Few changes to Thursday injury report for Broncos and Giants

For the second straight day, Broncos receiver Cody Latimer (knee) and quarterback Paxton Lynch (shoulder) did not practice Thursday. Both players seem unlikely to play against the Giants on Sunday. Elsewhere on Denver’s injury report, nose tackle Domata Peko, cornerback Aqib Talib and running back Jamaal Charles all fully participated Thursday after receiving veteran rest days on Wednesday. The Giants’ injury report is not as positive. As was the case Wednesday, linebacker Jonathan Casillas (neck), safety Landon Collins (ankle), running back Paul Perkins (ribs), center Weston Richburg...
Denver Post Oct 11, 2017
Kiszla: Here is NFL’s chance to be better than Washington politicians in tackling anthem controversy

Kiszla: Here is NFL’s chance to be better than Washington politicians in tackling anthem controversy

Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib proudly stands during the national anthem. Why? “For the people who go to war for us,” Talib said Wednesday.
Broncos Wire Oct 11, 2017
Aqib Talib says kneeling for national anthem doesn't solve the problem

Aqib Talib says kneeling for national anthem doesn't solve the problem

Amid controversy surrounding player protests during the national anthem before NFL games, Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib gave his take after practice Wednesday. “I stand anyway,” Talib said when asked about a potential rule change that would require players to stand for the anthem. “It won’t affect anything I do. I stand anyway. Like I said, I don’t feel like taking a knee and all that. That’s not really solving the problem in my eyes. “There definitely is a problem out there but taking a knee and all that — I stand for the people that go to war for us. [President Donald] Trump...
Broncos Wire Oct 11, 2017
Cody Latimer and Paxton Lynch did not practice Wednesday

Cody Latimer and Paxton Lynch did not practice Wednesday

Broncos wide receiver Cody Latimer (knee) and quarterback Paxton Lynch (shoulder) were the only players held out of practice with injuries Wednesday. Running back Jamaal Charles, cornerback Aqib Talib and nose tackle Domata Peko were also given veteran rest days. “I think having a plan for the entire year helps to keep players healthy,” coach Vance Joseph said after practice Wednesday. “It’s Jamaal Charles not working on Wednesday, Talib not working on Wednesday and Domata not working on Wednesday. It’s having recovery day on Friday. Long-term you have to plan early for...
Denver Post Oct 11, 2017
Why Vance Joseph makes plan for player health; Aqib Talib talks anthem protests

Why Vance Joseph makes plan for player health; Aqib Talib talks anthem protests

Perhaps it’s a sign, and if it is, Vance Joseph will take it. The Broncos, he believes, had the best Wednesday practice they’ve had all year as they return from a bye and prepare to face the 0-5 Giants.
Broncos Wire Oct 4, 2017
Watch Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib mic'd up against the Raiders

Watch Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib mic'd up against the Raiders

The Broncos mic’d up Pro Bowl cornerback Aqib Talib for their showdown with the Raiders on Sunday. Following a 16-10 win, Denver’s social media team released this footage of Talib wired for sound: The best part comes at the 1:09 mark when Oakland receiver Johnny Holton shoved Talib and cornerback responded, “You did that for Crab? You did that for Crab?” Talib was referring to Raiders receiver Michael Crabtree. Last season, Talib broke the receiver’s chain necklace during a game. Before playing Oakland again this season, Talib called the receiver “Crab boy.” Crabtree is...
Broncos Wire Oct 2, 2017
Aqib Talib says 'young bull' Justin Simmons stepped up for Broncos

Aqib Talib says 'young bull' Justin Simmons stepped up for Broncos

Leading by six points late in the fourth quarter, the Broncos were relying on their defense and “No Fly Zone” secondary to clinch a win against the Raiders on Sunday. Second-year safety Justin Simmons stepped up, intercepting an EJ Manuel pass and sealing a 16-10 victory at home. My man’s got hops. Great play, @jsimms1119! Game over. @Broncos win! pic.twitter.com/ooqThdYKtr — Tim Holland (@Tim_G_Holland) October 1, 2017 “One of our young bulls stepped up like a vet in the clutch,” cornerback Aqib Talib said after the game. “High pointed the ball, you cannot do much better...
Broncos Wire Oct 1, 2017
Bleacher Report shares hilarious meme of Broncos' Trevor Siemian

Bleacher Report shares hilarious meme of Broncos' Trevor Siemian

After the Broncos defeated the Raiders 16-10 on Sunday, Bleacher Report shared a meme “featuring” Aqib Talib, C.J. Anderson, Demaryius Thomas and Von Miller showing off some nice dabs. Then Trevor Siemian botches his attempt to be trendy. Broncos celebrate after taking down the Raiders! pic.twitter.com/u5JLxuA53p — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) October 1, 2017 Three Broncos linebackers shared their approval on Twitter. https://t.co/Yu6l6BWGjo — Brandon Marshall (@BMarshh54) October 2, 2017 https://t.co/SIq3Tzuu1i — Todd Davis (@BamBamDavis51) October 2, 2017 ...
Broncos Wire Sep 29, 2017
Aqib Talib is no longer worried about ‘Crab boy’s chain'

Aqib Talib is no longer worried about ‘Crab boy’s chain'

Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib went viral on social media last season when he ripped off the chain of Raiders cornerback Michael Crabtree. “He just been wearing that chain all year, man, it’s just been growing on me,” Talib said after the game. “I said, ‘If you wear that chain in front of me, I’ma snatch it off. So he wore it in front of me so I had to snatch it off. He started crying for the ref, he called for the ref. He didn’t say nothing to me though.” ICYMI: #Broncos CB Aqib Talib broke Michael Crabtrees chain necklace, then laughed about it: https://t.co/lb4gi5g4ag...
Mile High Report Sep 27, 2017
Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders injury report: Broncos are getting healthy

Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders injury report: Broncos are getting healthy

Here is your Wednesday injury report for the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders. The Denver Broncos and the Oakland Raiders released their first injury reports of the week today, and the Broncos are starting to get healthy as they head into their big week four matchup. RB Jamaal Charles and CB Aqib Talib with their vet rest day. Bradley Roby with no helmet but walking through drills.— Nick Kosmider (@NickKosmider) September 27, 2017 The Broncos have three veterans listed on their injury reports as NIR(Non-Injury Related). Those players being running back Jamaal Charles, cornerback...
Mile High Report Sep 24, 2017
Broncos-Bills second quarter update: Buffalo found their offense

Broncos-Bills second quarter update: Buffalo found their offense

The Denver Broncos defense faltered a bit in the second quarter, but the Buffalo Bills were unable to keep the lead. Game is tied going into halftime. The Buffalo Bills found their offense as Tyrod Taylor began to go HAM with two long pass plays. They soon found themselves in a first and goal situation at the Denver Broncos two yard line. On third down, the Broncos defense was about to stand firm with Aqib Talib batting a pass away from the intended receiver. The ball was then caught by a Bills player in the back of the end zone. Bills 7, Broncos 3. C.J. Anderson provided the Broncos a...

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