The Broncos are beaten, but not broken heading into the final week of the season. Still, three should-be starters will sit out the final game against the Chiefs due to various injuries.
Starting right guard Chris Kuper looks to miss his third straight game this week against the Browns, while 10 other Broncos appeared on the team’s injury list Friday.
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The NFL said the 76-yard punt return by Denver’s Trindon Holliday against Carolina on Sunday should have been ruled a touchback, not a touchdown.
The Denver Broncos are rolling, and wide receiver Brandon Stokley says the team needs to keep a level head amid the success.
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.
Trindon Holliday was again magical for the men from the Mile High City, and overall, Denver’s special teams unit played their best game of the year in the Broncos’ 36-14 win over Carolina.
Peyton Manning made sure John Fox’s return to Carolina was a successful one, throwing for 301 yards and a touchdown to lead the Denver Broncos to a 36-14 win over the Panthers on Sunday.
Trindon Holliday is the NFL’s shortest — and quite possibly fastest — player. His 105-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Cincinnati went down as the longest play in Broncos history.
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.