Returning to a defense that didn’t seem to miss him much, Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams is willing to do anything – even play special teams – to get back on the field after missing the first nine games of the season because of suspensions.
Every week during CBS4’s Football Preview show Gary Miller answers questions from fans. Below are this week’s questions and Gary’s answers.
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.
Eric Decker spent his first year in the NFL recovering from a foot injury that ended his college career and his second season catching an average of two passes a game from Tim Tebow.
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.
Just a month ago, Tracy Porter in street clothes on the Denver sideline was a welcome sight for any opposing quarterback.
It was early November in Cincinnati. The Broncos quarterback dropped back to pass and found a receiver open for a 30-yard gain.
Between Peyton Manning and Willis McGahee, the Broncos have a quarter century of experience in their starting backfield. Rookie running back Ronnie Hillman.
Starting corner Tracy Porter will miss his third straight game Sunday, but all other Broncos are listed as probable for the game in Cincinnati, while the Bengals will be missing two of their own.
Denver Broncos cornerback Tracy Porter didn’t travel with the team to Cincinnati and will miss his third straight game as doctors continue to regulate his medication to control seizures.