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Mile High Report Nov 27, 2015

Broncos vs. Patriots injury report: Emmanuel Sanders is probable, and Danny Amendola is questionable

Here's your Friday injury report for the Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots. Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders put in a full day of practice on Friday and is listed as probable for Sunday night's game against the Patriots. This will give Brock Osweiler all his weapons as he prepares to take on the tough New England defense. Sanders says he is feeling good and healthy for Sunday's game. "I'm good. My ankle feels good. I practiced all week. I started off on Wednesday and finally got a full week under my belt. It felt good to do that. I think that I'm mentally and...
Denver Post Nov 27, 2015
Emmanuel Sanders probable against Patriots after full week of practice

Emmanuel Sanders probable against Patriots after full week of practice

Receiver Emmanuel Sanders sat out the Broncos' victory at Chicago last Sunday because of a lingering ankle injury. On Friday, Kubiak said Sanders has made good progress in his recovery and will be listed as probable to play against the Patriots.
Mile High Report Nov 25, 2015

Patriots-Broncos injury report: Emmanuel Sanders practices Wednesday

DeMarcus Ware and Peyton Manning missed practice. Editor's Note: SB Nation's partner FanDuel is running a $1.25M fantasy football league on Sunday. First place wins $100,000. Join now! Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders rested his ankle against the Chicago Bears Sunday, and that decision appears to already be paying dividends. Head coach Gary Kubiak said Sanders was basically a full participant in practice Wednesday (the injury report officially designates him limited), which we take to be a good sign that Sanders will play Sunday, barring any setbacks. On DeMarcus Ware Ware did...
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 ...
Mile High Report Nov 25, 2015

Christian Ponder signed by Broncos to back-up Brock Osweiler

With Peyton Manning ailing, the Broncos added veteran QB insurance Wednesday, according to multiple reports. DE/OLB Kenny Anunike will reportedly be placed on Injured Reserve to make room for Christian Ponder. The Denver Broncos added veteran QB depth on Wednesday withPeyton Manning in a walking boot/cast and expected to miss at least two weeks. Former Minnesota Vikings quaterback Christian Ponder will be the latest (backup) signal-caller to wear the orange and blue. Broncos have reached agreement with QB Christian Ponder. #9news #9sports — Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) November 25,...
Mile High Report Nov 25, 2015

Brock Osweiler named AFC Offensive Player of the Week

Brock Osweiler's NFL debut was memorable in any context. Brock Osweiler had an efficient, poised debut against the Chicago Bears, and it was actually the most impressive offensive performance in the AFC in Week 11. For that, Osweiler has been named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week, the NFL announced. Osweiler completed 20 of 27 passes (74.1%) for 250 yards with two touchdowns and a 127.1 passer rating. Osweiler's passer rating was the best among AFC QBs in Week 11. Osweiler's game was also impressive in the context of a Broncos QB debut. In addition to posting the highest...
Mile High Report Nov 25, 2015

Denver Broncos power rankings around the web Week 12

After a win in chilly Chicago, the Broncos are close to being back where they were in the power rankings before the two losses to the Colts and Chiefs. Last week not only did the DenverBroncos have their worst game of the season, but the author of this series (me) had the stomach flu, and was unable to write this post. SPOILER ALERT: the Broncos went down in the power rankings last week. This week the Broncos are coming off an important road win against the Chicago Bears. Here is where the Broncos landed on power rankings around the web going into Week 12. ESPN: 3 (last week 7) Brock...
Denver Post Nov 23, 2015
Emmanuel Sanders learns from Chiefs game in sitting vs. Bears

Emmanuel Sanders learns from Chiefs game in sitting vs. Bears

Receiver Emmanuel Sanders missed his first game with the Broncos in nearly two seasons on Sunday.

Emmanuel Sanders learns from Chiefs game in sitting vs. Bears

No one will ever question Emmanuel Sanders' toughness. He has played through vicious hits, his body serving has a human pinball. He missed his first game as a Bronco against the Chicago Bears because of a sprained left ankle, a decision that showed he had learned from the previous week's experience.
Mile High Report Nov 22, 2015

Horse Tracks: Emmanuel Sanders is expected to play today

Running a bit late this morning on the Horse Tracks, so I apologize for that. In any case, I did wake up to the news that Emmanuel Sanders is a go for today's matchup, while Alshon Jeffery is not a go and will miss today's game between the Denver Broncos and Chicago Bears. Others: #Eagles OT Jason Peters (back) has an uphill battle to play, Cards WR John Brown & #Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders expected to play — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 22, 2015 Whether or not Sanders is going to be an impact is another question. He came back too soon last week and was more of a liability than...
Mile High Report Nov 22, 2015

This is no Peyton Manning obituary

This is no obituary for Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning. I still believe. But if it turns out his last game was last weekend, I'm not going to lament the loss. I'm going to celebrate all we gained. When No. 17 steps on to Soldier Field today, he'll be one number - and years and years of experience - short of No. 18. But while Brock Osweiler doesn't have the hundreds of comebacks, the five NFL MVPs, the 14 Pro Bowl appearances or the 539 touchdowns that Petyon Manning has, he does have the starting job for the Broncos today. And maybe for a lot more. That potential fact is creating...
Mile High Report Nov 20, 2015

Broncos vs. Bears injury report: Sanders, Smith, and Walker are all game-time decisions

Here is your Friday injury report for the Denver Broncos and the Chicago Bears. The Broncos returned to practicing outside today after practicing inside the Pat Bowlen Field House on Wednesday and Thursday. Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders returned to practice today after sitting out Wednesday's practice, and being limited yesterday. Despite practicing today, Sanders is going to be a game-time decision according to Head Coach Gary Kubiak. Antonio, Emmanuel and Vance all listed as questionable. All game time decisions — Troy Renck (@TroyRenck) November 20, 2015 I'd expect...
Denver Post Nov 20, 2015

Antonio Smith, Vance Walker still absent from Broncos'practice; Emmanuel Sanders returns

The Broncos' defensive line appears to be thinning as they prepare to face the Bears in Chicago.
Mile High Report Nov 20, 2015

Miles 'Rampage' Taylor shows Broncos' T.J. Ward who's 'Boss'

The Pro Bowl safety and his foundation created a "Boss of the Month" campaign for the 2015 season, and his first "Boss" is a 5-year-old with a lot of fight in him. That's T.J. Ward's kind of kid. Miles "Rampage" Taylor didn't care that Peyton Manning threw four interceptions last Sunday. He didn't care that the Broncos lost to the Chiefs or even that the AFC West leaders are a vulnerable 7-2 right now. The 5-year-old might have cared that T.J. Ward got ejected since he was sporting his hero's No. 43 jersey, but since it was thanks to his favorite player that Miles was getting to see his...
Mile High Report Nov 19, 2015

Broncos vs. Bears injury report: Sanders limited, and Ware ruled out

Here is your Thursday injury report for the Denver Broncos and the Chicago Bears. The Denver Broncos once again practiced inside today because their outdoor practice field was "really, really wet" according to Head Coach Gary Kubiak. The big news from today's practice was that wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders returned to practice on a limited basis today. He sat out Wednesday's practice with an ankle and finger injury. Head Coach Gary Kubiak said after practice that he expects that Sanders will have a full practice on Friday. Kubiak said he expects Emmanuel Sanders will be "full go" at...

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