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Phillip Lindsay enjoying spoils of I-told-you-so season

Denver Broncos rookie sensation Phillip Lindsay is attending the Pro Bowl even though he can't play in the all-star game because of a wrist injury

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Denver Broncos: Chris Harris Jr. is Pro Bowl Bound

As a result of the New England Patriots win over the Kansas City Chiefs, Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. will be heading to the Pro Bowl. Despite the season ending injury to Chris Harris Jr., the veteran cornerback will get to play one more game before the Super Bowl champion is crowned. Because the […] Denver Broncos: Chris Harris Jr. is Pro Bowl Bound - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.


Getting a grip on the Broncos new coaching staff... and all that salt on the stadium pretzels

Just who are these guys? Vic Fangio? Ed Donatell? Rich Scangarello? Mike Munchak? Just who are these guys and how are they going to affect the 2019 Denver Broncos? Take it from me and Mick Klis, with all these names coming to Denver with various backgrounds and from all over the NFL, it’s easy to get confused. Laurie, Tim, and Jess look at the new staff and start to critically eye expectations for the upcoming season in this week’s Something Something Broncos podcast. What’s going to happen with Emmanuel Sanders considering his achilles injury? Who do we expect to depart in free...

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Should the 49ers look into bringing Ed Donatell back?

He missed out on the Chicago Bears defensive coordinator job, and now his future is uncertain. Should the 49ers sweet-talk him into returning? The Chicago Bears have concluded their defensive coordinator search by hiring Chuck Pagano to fill the role left by Vic Fangio, who left to become head coach of the Denver Broncos. Many have fond memories of Fangio as the San Francisco 49ers’ defensive coordinator during the Jim Harbaugh era. Fangio coached one of the best defenses in the league, playing at a high level even in the face of numerous injuries. The bend, don’t break defense offered...


Lamar Miller will replace Broncos’ Phillip Lindsay on Pro Bowl roster

Denver Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay will be unable to play in this year’s Pro Bowl due to a wrist injury. As a result, a spot on the roster has been opened for Houston Texans running back Lamar Miller. The Texans were already well-represented, with four of their players being named to the Pro Bowl. […] The post Lamar Miller will replace Broncos’ Phillip Lindsay on Pro Bowl roster appeared first on ClutchPoints.


2018 Broncos offensive line performance

Despite the loss of three starting offensive lineman to season-ending injuries, the Denver OL was actually quite good this season. First off, don’t yell at me in the comments section about how crappy the Denver Broncos offense was in general this season. I am fully aware. What this article is going to do is try to evaluate the offensive line as a unit comparatively to the rest of the league. Here’s how I am going to do that. First, we’ll look at FootballOutsiders.com, which does a really good job of getting into the nitty gritty of run blocking. We’ll see how our offensive line...

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Broncos' Lindsay headed to Pro Bowl as social correspondent

Broncos' Phillip Lindsay heading to Pro Bowl as social media correspondent after wrist injury

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Broncos’ Phillip Lindsay to attend Pro Bowl as NFL social media correspondent

Phillip Lindsay's historic 2018 season ended on a sour note with wrist surgery keeping the Broncos' running back from becoming the first ever undrafted offensive rookie Pro Bowler.

Houston Chronicle

Texans RB Lamar Miller named to Pro Bowl

Texans veteran running back Lamar Miller has been named to the Pro Bowl as an injury replacement for Denver Broncos rookie running back Phillip Lindsay.

The Denver Post

Courtland Sutton’s New Year resolutions: fewer drops, paying it forward, and leading the Broncos back to the postseason

“Saw trades, saw injuries. Man, you name it, I probably saw it this year,” the Denver Broncos’ rookie wide receiver told The Post late last month as he was packing up his locker at Dove Valley. “The only thing I didn’t get to experience was the playoffs. But next year, we’re going to definitely get that fixed and going to get to experience that. But I think everything that you can experience in the regular season, I feel I experienced it. And it definitely molded me into what to expect moving forward in my career.”

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“Madden NFL Ratings Performance Adjuster”: Former CSU, Broncos player’s gig in video games

Clint Oldenburg once had Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton take off his walking boot after the star NFL player had ankle surgery.

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Broncos careen into another offseason of uncertainty

The Denver Broncos were saddled by bad play-calling and riddled with injuries in 2018

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Broncos’ Emmanuel Sanders on injury: “Definitely, for sure be ready” for Week 1 of 2019

Emmanuel Sanders isn’t just quick out of the box. The Broncos’ receiver is a quick healer, too, and said Monday he’ll “definitely, for sure be ready” for Week 1 of the 2019 season once he recovers from an Achilles torn during the first week of December.

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Melvin Gordon will be ready to play against Ravens

Los Angeles Chargers star running back Melvin Gordon left Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos with an ankle injury during the 4th quarter. At the time, there was some fear that one of the team’s most important players could be lost or at least slowed down for the playoffs. According to Melvin Gordon, via Eric Williams’ Twitter, there is no reason for worry. I talked to Melvin Gordon and he said that he just tweaked his ankle and could have went back in the game, but coaching staff held him out. Gordon said he’s good to go for next week.— Eric Williams (@eric_d_williams)...

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Broncos Game Plan: How Denver matches up against the Chargers, injury report and predictions

A look at Sunday's matchup between the Denver Broncos and the Los Angeles Chargers.


Here’s how to watch the Broncos-Chargers game

The Denver Broncos will play their final game of 2018 at home against the playoff-bound Los Angeles Chargers in Week 17. Here’s how to watch. Game Preview The Denver Broncos (6-9) have locked in their first back-to-back losing season since 1971 and could end up having their first back-to-back 10-loss season in 51 years as well if they are unable to complete a clean sweep of their AFC West rival Los Angeles Chargers (11-4) in the final week of the season. Royce Freeman will see a bulk of the work this week as Phillip Lindsay was sent to injured reserve with a season-ending wrist injury and...


Royce Freeman is next man up for the Broncos

The rookie running back was on 1st & 10 @ 10 on Friday to talk about his opportunity now that Phillip Lindsay is out. One of the most common mantras in the NFL is “next man up.” For the Denver Broncos that is rookie running back Royce Freeman. With Phillip Lindsay out for Sunday’s game versus the Los Angeles Chargers with a wrist injury, Freeman will be the guy in the backfield. On Friday’s 1st & 10 @ 10 on Orange and Blue 760, Freeman told Ryan Edwards, Andrew Mason and Steve Atwater that he’s looking forward to the opportunity on Sunday. It serves as the last chance for...

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Raiders-Chiefs injury report: Gareon Conley still limited by concussion

Last week Gareon Conley was limited in practice all week while in the concussion protocol and missed the Raiders game against the Broncos. Despite the concussion happening 11 days ago now, Conley is still limited by that same concussion, putting him in danger of missing the Raiders’ season finale in Kansas City as well. Starting cornerback Daryl Worley was placed on injured reserve last week with a shoulder injury, leaving the Raiders without both of their starters. In their absence the Raiders Marcus Gilchrist at cornerback across from Rashaan Melvin with Nick Nelson playing in the slot...


Broncos move Phillip Lindsay and Andre Holmes to IR; sign two others to roster

The Denver Broncos made several roster transactions on Friday as they moved two players to injured reserve. The Denver Broncos have officially moved running back Phillip Lindsay to injured reserve after suffering a wrist injury that will require surgery and an extensive rehab. They also moved wide receiver Andre Holmes to injured reserve. To fill out their roster, the Broncos signed linebacker Aaron Wallace from the Cincinnati Bengals practice squad and cornerback Horace Richardson from the Kansas City Chiefs practice squad in preparation for their game against the Los Angeles Chargers on...


Royce Freeman will see a lot of work against Chargers

With Phillip Lindsay out, Royce Freeman will see the “lion’s share” of work for the Denver Broncos against the Los Angeles Chargers. The Denver Broncos are reeling from the loss of rookie Phillip Lindsay who suffered a wrist injury that will likely keep him in rehab for up to six months after surgery. Offensive Coordinator Bill Musgrave called Lindsay the pace setter for this offense. “We’re going to miss Phillip, obviously, both in the run game and in the pass game, and in the leadership category. He set the tone, he was our pace setter. We’re looking for a bunch of guys to...

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Denver Broncos: Royce Freeman is Next Man Up

The loss of Phillip Lindsay is a crushing blow to the backfield for the Denver Broncos, but Royce Freeman is capable of performing well in Lindsay’s stead. Everyone in the media circles has been taken to the story of Phillip Lindsay and the Denver Broncos. The hand and/or wrist injury is a crushing blow to […] Denver Broncos: Royce Freeman is Next Man Up - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.


Chargers at Broncos injury updates: Matt LaCosse back to full participation

The Denver Broncos will have all of their non-IR’d players healthy and ready to compete against the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 17. The Denver Broncos are wrapping up their 2018 season with a very long list of injured reserve players that grew by two more on Friday, but of those remaining they’ll have everyone back at full strength for a potentially strong finish against the Los Angeles Chargers. The AFC West, and by proxy AFC homefield advantage, is still in play as the Kansas City Chiefs will need to take care of the lowly Oakland Raiders at home. However, if they choke it away (It...


Jeff Heuerman receives Broncos 2018 Ed Block Courage Award

Denver Broncos tight end Jeff Heuerman has been named the 2018 Ed Block Courage Award recipient. The Denver Broncos announced on Friday that tight end Jeff Heuerman would be their 2018 Ed Block Courage Award winner. According to the Broncos press release, the award is given to a player voted on by his own teammates for his hard work and dedication fighting through injury. Each year, the Ed Block Courage Award honors players who exemplify commitments to the principles of sportsmanship and courage. Heuerman was selected for the award by his teammates for his toughness in overcoming...


Chargers at Broncos injury updates: Phillip Lindsay likely heading to injured reserve

The Denver Broncos will sent Phillip Lindsay to injured reserve as they prepare for the final game of 2018 against the Los Angeles Chargers. The Denver Broncos finish out a disappointing season against the Los Angeles Chargers who will be looking to exact a bit of revenge for a fluky loss to the Broncos earlier in the season. In a season beset by injuries, the Broncos a likely to send rookie sensation Phillip Lindsay to injured reserve next as he is slated to have surgery on an injured wrist that could set him up for a lengthy 6 month recovery. Head Coach Vance Joseph said on Wednesday...

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Broncos Briefs: Surgeon details what Phillip Lindsay’s rehabilitation will entail

A surgeon who specializes in hand and wrist procedures said Thursday that Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay faces a long recovery once surgery is completed.

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Denver Broncos: Team interested in bringing Billy Turner back

According to Mike Klis, the Denver Broncos are interested in bringing back versatile offensive lineman Billy Turner, who has started as a tackle and guard. Denver Broncos offensive lineman Billy Turner was once a high third-round draft pick of the Miami Dolphins out of North Dakota State. The Minnesota native struggled with injuries in his […] Denver Broncos: Team interested in bringing Billy Turner back - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.


Chargers at Broncos participation report: Brendan Langley is practicing

The Denver Broncos have more players on injured reserve than we can keep track of, but heading into Week 17 against the Los Angeles Chargers those that remain are at least mostly healthy. The latest to return from injury is second-year cornerback Brendan Langley. Langley hasn’t played much all season and has struggled mightily coming out of college, but he figures to get some much needed playing time in the teams final - and meaningless - football game of 2018. Then again, maybe not. Head Coach Vance Joseph said on Thursday that Langley will have the same role he’s had all year, which...

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“I hate it”: Broncos react to Phillip Lindsay missing Pro Bowl after season-ending wrist surgery

Wide receiver Courtland Sutton scrolled through his phone on Christmas night to discover surprise news: Broncos’ running back Phillip Lindsay suffered a right wrist injury in the Raiders loss that will require surgery.

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