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Denver Broncos: Players coming off of injury in 2019

The Denver Broncos have some key players coming back from injury in the 2019 season. We look at the kind of impact some of them are set to make. When a team like the Denver Broncos goes through a 6-10 season, you’ve got to be mindful of the reasons why. Injuries are not the only reason certain […] Denver Broncos: Players coming off of injury in 2019 - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Troy Fumagalli is already exceeding some of the Broncos expectations already

Tory Fumagalli is a name to watch this summer during Denver Broncos training camp. The Denver Broncos selected former Wisconsin tight end Troy Fumagalli in the 5th round, pick 156 of the 2018 NFL Draft. He was expected to contribute early as a rookie for the Broncos but injuries quickly derailed his season with the team. Fumagalli was dealing with a sports hernia injury that limited him for the majority of camp and eventually got him placed on the season-ending injury list at final cuts. Really love seeing Troy Fumagalli do well. Does a nice job finding gaps in coverage inside of 10...

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Royce Freeman is primed for a bounce-back season in 2019

Second-year Denver Broncos running back Royce Freeman should have a bigger role in 2019. The Denver Broncos selected running back Royce Freeman in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft out of Oregon. After having a prolific career for the Ducks, many expected Freeman to be the Broncos starter and have a Pro Bowl caliber rookie season for them. However, he was outshined by teammate and fellow rookie Phillip Lindsay and was slowed down by injuries throughout the year as well. Now with a complete overhaul on the offensive side of the ball, I think we will see Freeman have a bigger impact on...

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Broncos’ Emmanuel Sanders says ‘nobody in the NFL’ can match Antonio Brown’s work ethic

Emmanuel Sanders is known as one of the hardest-working players in the NFL. The Denver Broncos’ wide receiver, to no one’s surprise, has continued living up to that billing during his ongoing recovery from a ruptured Achilles tendon, on track to be ready for the regular season despite suffering the injury in December. Needless to […] The post Broncos’ Emmanuel Sanders says ‘nobody in the NFL’ can match Antonio Brown’s work ethic appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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Broncos’ Emmanuel Sanders uncertain when he’ll back back from Achilles injury

Emmanuel Sanders stood in the batter's box at Coors Field with high expectations on both the baseball diamond and football field.

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2019 Broncos roster review: Safety Su’a Cravens

Can Su’a Cravens make the transition this year from linebacker to safety? Su’a Cravens came to the Denver Broncos last offseason via a trade with Washington that was rumored all offseason, and then finally happened. He has been a player that has received a lot of attention and there was excitement when he was brought in, that he could carve out a nice role here defending running backs and tight ends. Unfortunately, like much of Cravens’ career so far, he didn’t live up to the, perhaps too lofty expectations Broncos Country had for him. Cravens continued to struggle with injuries...

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Bryce Callahan was arguably the best addition the Broncos made this offseason

Bryce Callahan will keep the slot position a strength for the Denver Broncos moving forward. After the first wave of free agency concluded, one surprising name who many thought would get a deal during that first wave remained unsigned. That player is former Chicago Bears cornerback, Bryce Callahan. He was coming off a bit of a breakout year for the Vic Fangio led Chicago Bears defense. He was a lockdown slot corner for them who ended up missing the final part of the regular season and postseason because of a foot injury. He eventually did his contract when he reunited with former Defensive...

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Broncos’ Emmanuel Sanders is back to ‘running routes’ as he recovers from Achilles injury

Emmanuel Sanders seems well on his way to reaching 100 percent come kickoff of the regular season. The Denver Broncos’ wide receiver posted a video of himself running routes at near game speed on Friday, just six months after tearing his Achilles tendon. View this post on Instagram Back in the lab running routes. Month […] The post Broncos’ Emmanuel Sanders is back to ‘running routes’ as he recovers from Achilles injury appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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Denver Broncos: Emmanuel Sanders on track from Achilles tear

Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders sustained a devastating Achilles injury detailing a chance to come back in 2018, but he looks really good now. The Denver Broncos wide receiver posted on Instagram a video of himself cutting on a dime during multiple routes to test the strength of his Achilles. By the looks of […] Denver Broncos: Emmanuel Sanders on track from Achilles tear - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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O’Halloran: Nearly 2 years after injury, Broncos DL Billy Winn ready to compete for roster spot

Nearly two years later, Billy Winn can still recall the sounds and sensations of the knee injury he sustained in the Broncos’ preseason opener at Chicago.

Revenge of the Birds

Cards’ WRs: Bigs, Burners and Broncos

A couple of years ago, Bruce Arians claimed at the start of training camp that he had 10 legit NFL WRs...that is until a number of them started missing practices due to an assortment of injuries and then came a few cases of the drops. Of those 10 WRs in 2017 only Larry Fitzgerald and Chad Williams remain---while Jaron Brown, John Brown, J.J. Nelson and Brittan Golden are furthering their careers elsewhere. As the Cardinals head toward this year’s mandatory minicamp, they have a stable of WRs, most of whom have a legitimate chance to make the 53 man roster. What is especially attractive...

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Phillip Lindsay steadily works way back from wrist injury

Denver Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay participated in individual drills at minicamp as his surgically repaired right wrist heals

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Troy Fumagalli fights for a spot on the final 53-man roster

Can Troy Fumagalli impress Denver Broncos coaches during offseason minicamp? As the Denver Broncos 2019 1st round draft selection (20th overall), tight end Noah Fant is expected to be a dynamic, offensive weapon. But if you’re a 2018 5th round draft selection (156th overall), the expectation is to compete for a job. Troy Fumagalli was drafted by the Broncos after having surgery to repair a sports hernia. His recovery kept him out of rookie minicamp and OTAs. Fumagalli returned to practice for 1 week during the 2018 training camp, before re-aggravating his prior injury. The Broncos...

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Don’t worry, be happy Broncos fans

It feels good to be a Denver fan again, and we should soak it up. While we were in Rome over the last week (a wonderful city, by the way), we decided to do a dawn E-bike tour through the city. It was a great way to see as many sights as possible and I would highly recommend the experience to anyone visiting the Eternal City. It was really lovely except for the fact that one of our group fell and broke her arm. Guess we should have seen that coming... While she was at the Italian hospital, looking pained and worried, a doctor - who apparently looked like a pirate - wrapped her arm to...

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2019 Broncos roster review: Offensive guard Don Barclay

The former Green Bay Packers offensive lineman will be hoping his versatility earns him a chance on the final 53-man roster. Don Barclay is the epitome of a journeyman depth signing along the offensive line. He began his career as an undrafted free agent with the Green Bay Packers and earned a spot as a reserve tackle on their roster for six years. During his stint with the Packers, he mostly played right tackle, and aside from stepping into a starting role for the 2013 season due to a swath of injuries along the O-line, he has stayed in a reserve role. At the beginning of 2017 after his...

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2019 Broncos roster review: UDFA Fullback, George Aston

Could “the Juggerneck” threaten Andy Janovich for a roster spot with the Denver Broncos in 2019? In 2014 George Aston was just another Steelers fan trying to walk-on as a linebacker. One redshirt and a position switch later, he got his chance to make an impact. Instead of growing into the next Jack Lambert, he looks more like Larry Csonka coming out of Pitt. He played in 25 games from 2015-2016, scoring 19 touchdowns as a short yardage monster and devastating blocker before his junior year was derailed by ankle injuries. In 2018 he returned with gusto, helping Pitt’s running backs...

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Denver Broncos: Tim Patrick is flying way under the radar

Denver Broncos wide receiver Tim Patrick isn’t getting the kind of hype or attention as his fellow young receivers. He should be. How will Courtland Sutton become the Denver Broncos’ new alpha in the passing game? How is Emmanuel Sanders going to look coming off injury? How soon will DaeSean Hamilton become the receptions monster […] Denver Broncos: Tim Patrick is flying way under the radar - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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New Broncos tackle Ja’Wuan James limited due to hip injury

New Broncos right tackle Ja’Wuan James was limited in Wednesday’s organized team activity workout, but coach Vic Fangio is not concerned.

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How Courtland Sutton takes a huge leap in his second season

The Denver Broncos are going to be relying on Courtland Sutton to give them more in his second NFL season. Here’s what he needs to do. The Denver Broncos are expecting wide receiver Courtland Sutton to make huge strides in year two. With Emmanuel Sanders making his way back from an Achilles injury, Sutton became […] How Courtland Sutton takes a huge leap in his second season - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Texans acquire Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas for playoff run I Pro Football Talk I NBC Sports

The Texans acquired Demaryius Thomas from the Broncos to fill the void left due to Will Fuller's season-ending injury and help them make some noise in the playoffs. #NBCSports #ProFootballTalk #DemaryiusThomas »

#2 Peyton Manning Returns from Neck Injury to Lead Broncos | Top 10 Player Comebacks | NFL

Peyton Manning comes in at #2 on the list of Top 10 Player comebacks.

Tony Romo Look-Alike Takes In Broncos-Patriots Game

Tony Romo -- well at least his doppleganger -- enjoyed the AFC Championship when the Denver Broncos played against the New England Patriots. NESN.com's Andre Khatchaturian explains how the real Tony Romo will instead be having surgery to repair his should