Week in and week out, injuries can really hurt a team. This week, two of the Denver Broncos two most valuable players are listed as “questionable” for their big Monday Night Football match-up against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Terrance Knighton has experienced quite a growth spurt in Denver this season. Granted, that sounds outlandish for a 331-pound guy known as “Pot Roast.”
Peyton Manning was limited Thursday when the Broncos reconvened for their first practice since their win at San Diego on Sunday.
There was actually a little bit more to the year in sports in Colorado than the Broncos. Not much more, but a little.
He hasn’t done it often in his career, but on Sunday Peyton Manning threw a block for his running back. Teammate Rahim Moore was amused on the sidelines.
Injuries are simply a way of life in the National Football League. But, it seems the teams who can weather the storm the best are the ones who can find success in the postseason.
Chargers fans weren’t outnumbered by CBSDenver.com’s Brett Heinzerling and all the other Broncos fans who made the trip to San Diego for Sunday’s game, but it was close.
Unlike baseball players who have easy access to a bathroom in the clubhouse through a hallway in the dugout, pro football players can find themselves in a bit a pickle when nature calls while on the sidelines during a game.
John Fox has no problem with nose tackle Terrance “Pot Roast” Knighton’s Super Bowl bravado. “I think that’s been the goal all season,” the Denver Broncos coach said when asked for his take on Knighton’s Joe Namath-like guarantee.
Denver Broncos linebacker Danny Trevathan’s season is over after tests revealed a dislocated left kneecap.