Broncos defensive back Rahim Moore reportedly suffered an injury which could cost him the rest of the season. Balancing that, though, is the news is that injury shouldn’t cost him his leg. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida explains the uncommon injury called “compartment syndrome.”
Von Miller looked great Wednesday in his first practice since serving his six-game drug abuse suspension – all 270 pounds of him.
Champ Bailey provided a glimmer of hope to Denver’s staggered secondary Wednesday when he practiced without limitations for the first time since Aug. 15.
The Denver Broncos put up 51 points on Dallas, the same amount the Jacksonville Jaguars have managed to score all season.
John Elway has been down this lonely road before, trudging through the tunnel in deafening silence after a stunning loss at home as the AFC’s prohibitive Super Bowl favorite following a 13-3 regular season.
Eight months ago, a teary-eyed Rahim Moore stood in Denver’s hushed locker room and took the blame for the Broncos’ playoff pratfall against the Baltimore Ravens.
Von Miller brushed past reporters after another stellar practice, choosing not to stop and talk about the latest report that he could be facing an even longer suspension that originally thought.
Shaun Phillips has forced enough fumbles in his day that he doesn’t mind the occasional cleanup job of just pouncing on the ball and safely recovering it. He got a little more than that in the Broncos’ 10-6 exhibition win against the 49ers.
Around these parts, John Elway is affectionately known as the “Duke” for scrambling and slinging his way to a Hall of Fame career.
Joel Dreessen and Jacob Tamme combined for 93 catches, 911 yards and seven touchdowns last season, yet the tight end making all the noise at the Denver Broncos’ training camp is a third-year pro with all of one career catch to his name.