Executives from up to four NFL teams could wind up in Denver this weekend to visit with Mike McCoy for what will essentially be a get-to-know-you interview for both the coach and the interested suitors looking for head coaches. Jack Del Rio’s path back to a head-coaching job could be a little trickier.
If he wants, Peyton Manning can use all that time at home to crank up the DVD player and watch the highlights.
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.
In a league where injuries can make or break a team’s season, it’s Denver’s lack of them, along with its ability to replace the few players who do go out, that has turned the Broncos into legitimate Super Bowl contenders with a nine-game winning streak.
Wesley Woodyard and Chris Kuper, two valuable starters for the Denver Broncos, could both be sidelined when their team takes on the Ravens in Baltimore this Sunday afternoon.
With his rare combination of around-the-corner speed and nimble footwork that helps him beat offensive tackles, then dance over fallen quarterbacks, Denver’s Von Miller is changing the equation.
Wesley Woodyard, Denver’s leading tackler, is vowing to be back on the field Sunday for the Broncos’ showdown at Baltimore.
Denver Broncos linebacker Wesley Woodyard is one of many on the team who enjoys giving back.
Peyton Manning could be missing two of his wide receivers this week, while the Denver defense may be without important linebacker Wesley Woodyard when the team goes to Oakland to play the woeful Raiders this Thursday.
So much is made of what Peyton Manning’s passes look like after four neck operations and a season away from football. No matter, they’re almost always on target.