7:59 AM EDT, Tue October 25, 2016
Denver Broncos Rumors & News
Smith threw two touchdown passes in another calm, efficient outing, and Daniel Sorensen returned an interception of Drew Brees for another score as the Chiefs held on for a 27-21 victory.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Latavius Murray scored twice in his return from turf toe, and the Oakland Raiders handled listless Jacksonville 33-16 Sunday and gave coach Jack Del Rio a victory against his former team.
The boy Rae Carruth wanted dead is working hard.
Who can you trust to carry your squad to victory Sunday and who should you leave on your bench this week?
Kiz: Hmm, seems to me that DeMarcus Ware was a broken-down Cowboy when the Broncos picked him up to play linebacker. That worked out OK, don’t you think?
Denver Post Oct 22, 2016
Broncos listed outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware out for Monday's game against the Texans. Left tackle Russell Okung and wide receiver Cody Latimer (concussions) are listed as questionable, but both did practice Saturday.
Football lovers are in for a treat in a couple days. Yes, the game will suffice but Denver's lone appearance on Monday Night Football this season means only one chance to hear Jon Gruden cover a Broncos game.
Denver Post Oct 22, 2016
Al Wilson is a part of Colorado football again, but with a new role and new team and, frankly, this is all a little surreal for him.
Over the past 23 years, Kubiak has earned a reputation as a quarterback whisperer of sorts with his ability to develop young talent, get the best out of veterans and win the trust of (and Super Bowl rings with) late-career legends.
A gameplan and keys to victory for the Broncos' Monday night game against the Texans
Denver Post Oct 21, 2016
When the Broncos used a seventh-round draft pick on Syracuse punter Riley Dixon earlier this year, the team set up a heated punting battle in training camp. And Dixon won out.
As Russell Okung was wheeled away on a golf cart with his spikes still on and an IV in his arm, the Broncos' offensive line looked, at least in the crowded bowels of the stadium in San Diego minutes after a second consecutive loss, like it hit a low point.
With a young quarterback, Denver would like to lean on its running game to be the catalyst of the offense.
The Broncos game against the Houston Texans on Monday night will be full of reunions. Texans players Brock Osweiler, Antonio Smith and Chris Clark return to their old stomping grounds in Denver.
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Gary Kubiak’s health scare is not the first time a Broncos coach suddenly suffered a problem