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Denver, CO….The 2011 season for the Denver Broncos was one of the craziest, most memorable in team history. The year began with Kyle Orton under center and a typical pro style offense with the usual play action passes and drop-backs into the pocket. Because of an incredibly inept offense paired with a 1-4 start, the …
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With the Denver Broncos now off to a 1-2 to start, people have noticed that Peyton Manning isn’t getting the ball out of his hands the way he used too. In his defense though, he’s still rehabbing, so we know he’s not 100 percent healthy.
One NFL scout told Albert Breer of the NFL Network that “Peyton Manning can’t throw the ball anymore.”
I think that’s a little harsh...
Denver Broncos linebacker Joe Mays is appealing his one game suspension given by the NFL for his hit on Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub, according toAdam Schefter.
Mays was fined $50,000 by the league and given a one game suspension for the hit.
Mays was asked after the game if he expected to be fined for the hit, he said: "Oh yeah. I'm expecting that. But it was...
Broncos wideout Eric Decker had his best game of the season in Week 3, catching eight passes for 136 yards.Fantasy Spin:Demaryius Thomas was Peyton Manning's favorite target in the first two weeks but Decker stepped up Sunday against Houston. His day could have been even better but a touchdown intended for him was tipped into the air and ended up in the hands of tight end Joel...
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The NFL has just announced that they will be suspending Denver Broncos middle linebacker Joe Mays for one game due to a hit he delivered Sunday to Houston Texans‘ quarterback Matt Schaub. The hit left Schaub missing a portion of his earlobe.
Mays has apologized to Schaub twice and Schaub accepted, but apologies and accepted apologies are...
Denver running back Willis McGahee (ribs) is listed as day-to-day, according to the Denver Post. McGahee left Sunday's game against the Texans in the third quarter due to a rib injury.Fantasy Spin:McGahee had two lackluster fantasy performances so far this season but rushed for 113 yards and two scores in Week 2 and is the clear-cut No. 1 back on the Broncos when healthy. Ronnie...
Broncos’ Mays Suspended 1 Game For Hit On Schaub -
Broncos LB Joe Mays has apologized for his vicious hit on Texans QB Matt Schaub on Sunday, but the NFL doesn’t think an apology is enough. And the league office doesn’t think a heavy fine is enough, either. Instead, Mays has been suspended for one game for his helmet-to-helmet hit. A source with knowledge of the situations...
Matt Schaub lost part of his ear during the Texans' win in Denver on Sunday, and the action isn't going unpunished. Broncos middle linebacker Joe Mays was the guilty party in the gruesome hit that saw Schaub's earlobe cut in half, and now he'll pay the price for his action. Mays will be suspended one game and fined $50,000 for the hit, the NFL announced Tuesday. Mays...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the NFL may suspend Denver Broncos linebacker Joe Mays for his helmet to helmet hit on Texans quarterback Matt Schaub during yesterday’s game. He’ll at least get a fine for sure.
Schaub lost a piece of his ear from the hit below. Pretty sick.
Denver Broncos head coach John Fox has been fined $30,000 and defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio has been docked $25,000 for verbal abuse of the replacement officials.
They were fined for their actions in last Monday night's loss in Atlanta.
NFL executive vice president of football operations Ray Anderson says he is reviewing incidents from Sunday night's New England-Baltimore...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the NFL has suspended Denver Broncos linebacker Joe Mays for one game for his helmet to helmet hit on Texans quarterback Matt Schaub this past Sunday.
Mays is appealing his suspension. So he’ll be able to play until the appeals process is over.
Denver Broncos linebacker Joe Mays will serve a one-game
suspension for the helmet-to-helmet hit he put on Texans
quarterback Matt Schaub in Week 3, according to multiple
At about 2AM on Sunday morning, I found myself in the rare position of singing “Happy Birthday” to a 63 year-old man. Not really singing as much as screaming at the top of my lungs. And it wasn’t just me, it was me and 55,000 other people. And it wasn’t just any 63 year-old man, it was Bruce Springsteen. After seeing The Boss play Giants Stadium on Friday and Saturday night...