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Denver Broncos coach John Fox is appealing his $30,000 fine by the NFL for inappropriate behavior toward a replacement officiating crew, ESPN.com reported Friday. Defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio is expected to appeal his $25,000 fine as well. Fox and Del Rio were fined for arguing with the officials during a six-minute delay in Denver's loss to the Atlanta Falcons in Week 2. The league had asked coaches and team personnel to tone down their behavior toward replacement officials. New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick and Washington Redskins offenses coordinator Kyle Shanahan were fined last week for similar offenses. A source told ESPN that fines will not be rescinded, even though replacements will no longer be used after the NFL reached a contract agreement with its regular officials earlier this week.
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Former San Diego Chargers running back Mike Tolbert (35) is tackled by Denver Broncos free safety Quinton Carter during the first half of an NFL football game last season on Sunday, Nov. 27, 2011, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)
The Denver Broncos have announced three roster moves a little more than 24-hours before their game in Denver versus the Oakland Raiders.
Joe Mays won't play this week vs. the Raiders after all.
After it was leaked that Mays was suspended for one game following his helmet-to-helmet collision with Matt Schaub that resulted in the quarterback losing not only his helmet – but a piece of his ear also – the NFL upheld their ruling of suspending Mays for one game. Mays will be barred from the team's facilities...
Denver running back Willis McGahee (ribs) will likely play Sunday, according to the Denver Post. McGahee practiced fully Thursday after turning in a limited session Wednesday.Fantasy Spin:The Post said McGahee "appears to be on track to play Sunday against Oakland." He'll decide later this week if he'll wear additional padding to protect the ribs but he should be...
Brian Dawkins Honored To Have His Jersey Retired -
Brian Dawkins has no idea how he’ll react Sunday, when he watches his No. 20 jersey formally retired before the Eagles-Giants game at Lincoln Financial Field. “I’ve thought about it, and I just don’t know,” he said. “Will I kick into game mode or will I be a mushy tear machine? I don’t know. All I know is it’s an...
Brian Dawkins has no idea how he'll react Sunday, when he watches his No. 20 jersey formally retired before the Eagles-Giants game at Lincoln Financial Field.
''I've thought about it, and I just don't know,'' he said. ''Will I kick into game mode or will I be a mushy tear machine? I don't know. All I know is it's an awesome thing. Last...
Denver running back Willis McGahee (ribs) is listed as probable for Week 4, according to the Denver Post.Fantasy Spin:McGahee left Sunday's game against Houston with injured ribs but he's been fine in practice this week. Even if he wears protection for his ribs he should still be fine to start as a RB2 in 12-team leagues.
On Sunday the Philadelphia Eagles will honor safety Brian Dawkins during a halftime ceremony. The ritual will take place as the Eagles take on their division rivals the New York Giants.
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This Sunday, the Eagles will honor their former Safety and fan favorite, Brian Dawkins. On Sunday night, the Eagles will retire the legendary #20 prior to the start of the game. B-Dawk was remebered for his on, and off the field leadership. Brian gave absolutely everything he had, night in and night out. Besides his on field play, and his never give up attitude, Dawkins was...
This Sunday the Oakland Raiders will be going up against long time rival, the Denver Broncos. The Raiders lead this series overall with a record of 53 wins, 39 losses and 1 tie. The Raiders hope to make that 54 wins this Sunday, but the Broncos will do their best to keep it from happening. [...]