Monthly Archives: October 2018

Injury report: Five Broncos sit out practice — Mile High Report – All Posts

Here is your Wednesday injury report. The Denver Broncos and the Houston Texans released their first injury report of the week today ahead of their Sunday afternoon match up. For the Broncos, they had five players sit out practice including multiple starters. Watch out for werewolves tonight #HappyHalloween pic.twitter.com/yzOhLqCc2O— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) October 31, 2018…

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Paul Millsap’s overtime winner gives Nuggets thrilling win over Bulls — The Denver Post

CHICAGO — Nuggets coach Michael Malone had a feeling his team would be in for a fight Wednesday night, even against the lowly Bulls. Just two days after Golden State embarrassed Chicago, Malone felt Chicago’s NBA-worst defense would have something to prove. Malone’s premonition was right, but Paul Millsap‘s last-second putback after a Nikola Jokic…

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Broncos Head Back To Practice Without D.T.: ‘It’s Weird’ — CBS Denver

By Romi Bean DENVER (CBS4) – Just one day after the Denver Broncos traded 9-year-veteran Demaryius Thomas, it’s business as usual at team headquarters. The Broncos spent their Wednesday as they usually do, practicing and game planning for their next opponent: the Houston Texans. (credit: CBS) The Texans just so happens to be D.T.’s new team. The good…

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Denver Broncos: Analyzing the depth at wide receiver after trade — Predominantly Orange

Taking a look at the Denver Broncos’ depth at the wide receiver position after their trade of Demaryius Thomas to the Houston Texans. The Denver Broncos face the daunting task of replacing the legendary Demaryius Thomas at the wide receiver position. Despite Thomas’ incredible career numbers and his willingness to play through injury the past…

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Schlereth: Broncos o-line better beware of rejuvenated J.J. Watt — KKFN

Don’t look now, Mark Schlereth said on Wednesday, but “J.J. Watt is J.J. Watt again,” which could spell disaster for the Denver Broncos offensive front. “I played against the late, great Reggie White. … Frightening when that guy lines up over you. I have never seen J.J. Watt’s equal, including Reggie White, when it comes…

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Broncos podcast: Why trading wide receiver Demaryius Thomas was a smart move — The Denver Post

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In the latest First-and-Orange podcast episode, Broncos beat writers Ryan O’Halloran and Kyle Fredrickson examine the fallout of wide receiver Demaryius Thomas’ trade to the Houston Texans and break down rookie Courtland Sutton’s new role in Denver. Subscribe to the podcastSoundCloud | iTunes | Stitcher | RSS Related Articles WATCH: Broncos Case Keenum, DaeSean Hamilton welcome military family to Denver Broncos…

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Stat of the Week: the Denver Nuggets defense remains focused when the offense falters — Denver Stiffs – All Posts

While it will never be perfect, Denver is at its best defensively after they struggle offensively. This week’s edition of Stat of the Week will focus on a curious tidbit regarding the Denver Nuggets defense: the Nuggets haven been at their best defensively after the offense struggles. According to Inpredictable’s possession tracking data, there are…

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