NFL.com "On an afternoon when the NFL Media newsroom erupted with cheers several times, the loudest was reserved for Denver Broncos kicker Matt Prater. Prater broke the NFL record with a 64-yard field goal to draw within one point of the Tennessee Titans going into halftime of Sunday's game. The..." December 09
RT @ESPNLockerRoom: Woodyard says he’s been told to take a decreased role to get ready for the playoffs. “I don’t like it.” Woodyard says
Denver Post "The puffs of icy breath were visible all the way up in the press box. Peyton Manning's play calls were clouds, breath, breath, breath, snap. This was supposed to be his downfall, this crisp, clear cold, the kind that'll freeze a foot, cleat, sock and all, upon contact with the frozen..." December 09
Rotoworld "Wes Welker left Sunday's Week 14 game against the Titans with a concussion and will not return. With under a minute to go in the first half, Welker went low to try to catch a Peyton Manning pass and got his neck bent awkwardly by Titans S George Wilson. It's even scarier than usual because Welker..." December 08
CBSSports.com "It's official, John Fox will be coaching the Broncos from the sideline on Sunday. Denver's game against Tennessee will mark Fox's first game back since undergoing heart surgery on Nov. 4 and Fox wasn't sure if he was going to coach from the field or the press box. The Broncos coach said on..." December 06
PSD Staff If you survived the ups and downs with underperformers and gut wrenching injuries to wind up in your leagues playoffs, than congratulations. But you know you're not done yet as just making the post-season is not enough. League championships and a year of bragging rights are on the line. Let's see... December 05
USA Today "Tim Tebow, the telegenic former QB, will almost certainly be a college football TV analyst next year, either for ESPN’s SEC Network, CBS Sports, or Fox Sports, multiple sources tell The Big Lead. Tebow, who was released by the Patriots in August, is finally beginning to realize his NFL career..." December 04
CBS Washington "There is not enough evidence to establish a link between football and the increase risk of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), says a new study. Previous information had shown that National Football League players may be at a higher risk of death associated with Alzheimer’s and other..." December 04
Fox said he's unsure whether he will coach on the sideline or in the press box.
Fox: "I feel tremendous. Obviously the doctors feel good about me getting back to work."
Denver Post "As always, Peyton Manning did a lot of waving and pointing before the ball was snapped. What he should have done is wave after the snap. Keep going, Eric. Keep going. Hey, Demaryius, go long. Longer. Lon-ger! OK, here g-o-o-o-e-s! At 37, Peyton Manning has become the NFL's new Mad..." December 02
Trindon Holliday (shoulder) is questionable. Sherman with the big hit on him on that last kick return. #Chiefs
Denver Post "A little before 7 a.m. Monday, regardless of whether his team wins or loses without him Sunday at Kansas City, John Fox will walk into his expansive office at the Broncos headquarters and resume his job as head coach. "The longest bye week in history," Fox said Friday during an interview with..." December 01
Denver Post "Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe has been ruled out of Sunday's game at Kansas City because of an illness. Wolfe is being treated at a Denver hospital after becoming ill on the team's bus to Denver International Airport on Friday. He was taken by ambulance to a local hospital after becoming..." November 30
Denver Post "Maybe this weekend Knowshon Moreno will get 38 carries. He had a career-high 37 carries last weekend at New England, gaining a career-high 224 yards. "But it went by so fast," Moreno said Friday. "Especially during the game, you don't know how many carries you've got. You're just out there..." November 30
RB Knowshon Moreno, TE Julius Thomas, CB Champ Bailey moving better in practice today. CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie appeared limited.
Knowshon Moreno at practice
Oh Peyton Manning at practice
ESPN.com "Denver Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno is in his fifth NFL season. In terms of NFL experience that puts him in the middle of road in the team’s locker room. However, when the team’s running backs meet, Moreno has more NFL seasons than the other three in the room combined. And if experience..." November 28
Jay Glazer just reported on Fox that John Fox will return to the Broncos practices on Monday and will coach the team in Week 14 vs Ten.
Denver Post "Broncos coach John Fox returned to Denver on Wednesday and was back at his area home by early afternoon. Fox underwent aortic valve replacement surgery Nov. 4 in North Carolina, where he has a home and has been recuperating ever since. "He'll spend Thanksgiving at his home, and at some point in..." November 28
RB Knowshon Moreno, CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie; TE Joel Dreessen also missing practice.
DenverBroncos.com "Monday afternoon, Interim Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator Jack Del Rio relayed positive injury news. "A couple of the injuries that we were concerned about are not going to be significant," he said. But the one player he was waiting to hear back about was defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson,..." November 27
Broncos owner Pat Bowlen sent his plane to pick up John Fox in Charlotte and to bring him back to Denver before Thanksgiving.
Pro Football Talk "The Broncos expect to have cornerback Champ Bailey and tight end Julius Thomas back in the lineup for their date with the Chiefs in Week 13, but it doesn’t look like they’ll have defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Vickerson dislocated his hip in Sunday night’s..." November 26
Jack Del Rio said he expects CB Champ Bailey (foot) and TE Julius Thomas (knee) to play this week against Kansas City.
CBSSports.com "It wasn't exactly the homecoming Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker envisioned. By the time it was over, not only did the former Patriot have just four catches for 31 yards (not to mention several drops), but he was also responsible for the game-deciding turnover. With just over three minutes to..." November 25
Broncos RB Knowshon Moreno was spotted on crutches, in walking boot, after Denver's OT loss. Hurt foot in OT.
Denver Post "Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno, who limped off the field in overtime Sunday night, appeared in the Denver locker room on crutches and wearing a boot on his right ankle after the game. The former first-round draft pick finished the game with 224 rushing yards, a career high. "My line just..." November 25
Denver Post "Just in time for Thanksgiving, Broncos coach John Fox will return Wednesday to Denver, according to a team source. Fox has been on leave since having heart valve-replacement surgery Nov. 4 in Charlotte, N.C. He has been recovering at his offseason home in Charlotte, walking every day, watching..." November 25
WEEI Boston "A furious second-half comeback by the Patriots — capped off by a 31-yard field goal from Stephen Gostkowski with 2:21 left in overtime — allowed New England to pull off the 34-31 win over the Broncos Sunday night at a chilly Gillette Stadium. The Patriots, who trailed 17-0 at the end of the..." November 25
Denver Post "Just in time for Thanksgiving, Broncos coach John Fox will return Wednesday to Denver, according to a team source. Fox has been on leave since undergoing heart valve replacement surgery Nov. 4 in Charlotte, N.C. He has been recovering at his offseason home in Charlotte, walking every day,..." November 24
Pro Football Talk "Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey may not play tonight against the Patriots, as he continues to recover from a foot injury. “I got a good week of practice in, feel pretty confident about going forward,” Bailey said. “I just need to make sure I’m all the way there, mentally and physically.” But..." November 24
SB Nation "Denver Broncos tight end Julius Thomas is officially inactive for Sunday night's game against the New England Patriots. Thomas' knee is not healthy enough for the Broncos to risk in an important AFC showdown. Thomas suffered a knee injury in last week's win over the Kansas City Chiefs. He tried..." November 24
Denver Post "Snap. Catch. Chop, chop, chop. Earhole. Throw. It takes longer to type what Peyton Manning does from snap to release than it does for him to get rid of the ball. Don't call Manning the quickest draw in the West. He has the fastest release of any NFL quarterback in the West, East, Midwest,..." November 24
Boston Herald "Kyle Arrington’s progression from the Patriots practice squad to becoming one of the most respected slot cornerbacks in the league was aided by daily battles with Wes Welker. Now, even though Arrington won’t feed the hype machine, the two are set to square off in a marquee matchup before a..." November 23
Denver Post "Receiver Wes Welker was listed as probable on the Broncos injury report Friday and is available to play Sunday night on the road against the New England Patriots. Interim head coach Jack Del Rio reported after Friday's practice that if there were a definite category on the injury report, a..." November 23
Welker and Julius Thomas practicing again. Julius looks to be doing more in individual drills than yesterday.
Broncos WR Wes Welker passed the protocol of concussion tests and now is listed as probable for Sunday night's game vs. Patriots.
Boston Herald "Wes Welker was back out on the practice field yesterday for the first time since suffering a concussion in Sunday’s game against the Chiefs. The Broncos receiver and former Patriot practiced on a “limited” basis, but hopes to be ready for Sunday night’s showdown with his former team. “That’s..." November 22
PSD Staff He's only 5 foot 8 inches tall but weighs 212 pounds, making him fast and hard to stop as he can get really low to the ground. Bobby Rainey has stepped into fill the rather big shoes of Doug Martin who's out for the season. He's a starting running back that you need on your team heading into the... November 21
Wes Welker Is practicing
Wes Welker not practicing.
Denver Post "Broncos receiver Wes Welker initially was evaluated on the field for a neck injury during the Broncos' game Sunday night, and no concussion symptoms were apparent at that time, the team said Tuesday. It wasn't until Welker was on the sideline several minutes later that he began experiencing..." November 20
CBSSports.com "CBS Sports' Dan Dierdorf, the longest-tenured NFL analyst in television, will retire after the 2013 season. Dierdorf, a Hall-of-Fame player and broadcaster, has been around the NFL for the last 43 years. After a 13-year career as an offensive lineman with the St. Louis Cardinals, Dierdorf..." November 20
Denver Post "I have received a lot of e-mails and questions inquiring about Wes Welker’s concussion and how he was treated by the Broncos’ medical team. And so I looked into it further and here’s what I found. Welker, the Broncos’ star slot receiver, had a nice catch-and-run for 20 yards with 11:22 left in..." November 19
#Broncos will put Rahim Moore on IR, designated to return to add Huff to roster. They expect Moore back.
National Football Post "The Denver Broncos plan to sign former Baltimore Ravens and Oakland Raiders safety Michael Huff, according to a league source. The Broncos also worked out former Indianapolis Colts safety John Boyett and former New York Giants safety Tyler Sash. The Broncos needed a replacement with Rahim..." November 19