Of the nine players listed on the Broncos injury report, only one, Omar Bolden, is questionable for this week’s game in Kansas City.
Some Denver Broncos players made good use of their day off on Tuesday to help out in the community.
With the massive match-up of the Broncos and Chargers in the Mile High City Sunday, Denver looks to miss two crucial linemen in Elvis Dumervil and Chris Kuper.
Chris Kuper returned to practice, in a limited role, while Kevin Vickerson and Jim Leonhard were full participants, Wednesday. Unfortunately for the Broncos, Elvis Dumervil and Tracy Porter each did not practice.
It’s one thing to block for a quarterback. It’s quite another when that quarterback is Peyton Manning, the NFL version of a national treasure.
Eight players show up on Denver’s injury report this week, but the Broncos should be without only two starters in Tracy Porter and Chris Kuper this Sunday in Carolina.
Guard Chris Kuper and Tracy Porter were again out of Broncos practice Wednesday. Luckily for Denver, the Panthers like to run, which will limit the impact of Porter’s injury if he is indeed held out.
It was early November in Cincinnati. The Broncos quarterback dropped back to pass and found a receiver open for a 30-yard gain.
While eight players have been placed on Injured Reserve for Denver, none of them have been season-killing injuries for the team and they’ll use this week off to heal their hurt players.
After giving up 86 points to the Patriots last year, the Denver Broncos realized just how far away they were from becoming a championship contender.