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Denver Broncos guard Chris Kuper twisted his left ankle in a line of scrimmage pile up during the third quarter of the Broncos' 31-23 win over the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday.
"He was frustrated, but the ankle was straight," Ryan Clady said via The Denver Post. "It wasn't bent or anything."
X-rays revealed no break in the ankle. Kuper suffered a severe sprain but the extent of his absence wont be known until an MRI is taken Monday.
"That's the last guy we want to have this happen to, again," said Broncos left guard Zane Beadles. "It sounds like it's not as bad as it could have been."
Kuper just returned to the Broncos lineup in Week 6 after suffering a broken left forearm during practice Aug. 14.
Manny Ramirez is expected to start in Kuper's place.
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It may be too soon to put Super Bowl expectations on the Denver Broncos, but the only reason Peyton Manning came back was to win a Super Bowl. Manning chose the Broncos and his decision has proven to be a good one, especially with the remaining teams they have to face. When you look at the remaining schedule for the Broncos in 2012, they face chump teams with the exception of the...
He just continues to set records and win football games. The Broncos 96 million dollar man did it again folks, he brought the Broncos back in the fourth quarter to beat the Cincinnati Bengals 31-21 to hand the Bengals their fourth loss in a row. Manning took control of the Broncos in the 4th quarter to lead the team to 2 touchdowns. Manning now has the Denver Broncos at the top of...
Just a month ago, Tracy Porter in street clothes on the Denver sideline was a welcome sight for any opposing quarterback.
Now teams might actually prefer to see him back on the football field.
Porter, who leads the league with three game-sealing interceptions since 2009, hasn't played in a month while dealing with problems related to a seizure he had over the summer.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Eric Decker is congratulated by center Dan Koppen (67) after Decker scored on a 13-yard pass reception in the first half of an NFL football game against the Cincinnati Bengals, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012, in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/Michael Keating)
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Peyton Manning had no trouble clearing those two interceptions out of his head and leading a fourth-quarter comeback.
''I've been there before,'' the four-time MVP said.
And no one's ever been better at it.
Manning threw for a pair of touchdowns in the fourth quarter Sunday, rallying the Denver Broncos to a 31-23 victory that left him 8-0 against the Cincinnati...
Peyton Manning overcame a pair of interceptions by throwing three touchdown passes Sunday, rallying Denver to a 31-23 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Trindon Holliday also returned a kickoff a Broncos-record 105 yards for a touchdown.
Manning improved to 8-0 career against Cincinnati (3-5), which has lost four in a row for the first time in two years. This win didn't come...
In today’s game against the Bengals, Trindon Hollidy took back the second half kickoff 105 yards for a score.
Holliday was picked up by the Broncos after being released by the Texans. He returned three kicks for touchdowns in the preseason. The return was the longest in Denver Broncos history.
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The focus in the Denver Post is that of Champ Bailey and AJ Green. Of course it is a Denver paper so they praise Bailey as shutting down AJ at key moments (like when Dalton under throws the ball). Bailey got beat by AJ flat out. If the Bengals had anything else to test the Broncos D then they would have won this game. As it stands the playbook should look like this from here on out...
Peyton Manning has won four NFL MVP awards. The Denver Broncos quarterback is no stranger to what it takes to win the NFL MVP. In fact, although he did not play a single snap during the 2011 NFL season, which turned out to be his final one with the Indianapolis Colts, many felt as if Manning still deserved a few votes for MVP as it proved just how important he was to his team and...
CINCINNATI -- Peyton Manning came back from throwing a pair of interceptions in the third quarter to rally the Denver Broncos to a 31-23 victory against the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday afternoon at Paul Brown Stadium. Manning, named the AFC Player of the Month for October, threw a 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end Joel Dreessen with 11:47 left in the fourth quarter for a go-ahead...