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Broncos offensive guard Chris Kuper, who injured his lower fibula broke in multiple places in January, is hoping to be back on the field practicing again in June. The team’s organized team workouts begin on Monday and the team will begin practicing in May.
Kuper recently spoke to the Denver Post and told them that he thinks it will be weeks, not months, before he is back in the lineup protecting new quarterback Peyton Manning.
“I think June, 100 percent I’ll be there,” Kuper said.
Kuper was drafted in the fifth round of the 2006 NFL Draft by the Broncos and started in eleven games in his second season. From 2008-2011, Kuper started in at least fifteen games each season — including sixteen games in the 2011 regular season.
Considered one of the leaders on the Broncos’ offensive line, Kuper allowed a team-low 1.5 sacks last season. One of four offensive guards on Denver’s roster, Kuper hopes to be practicing again with fellow starter Zane Beadles and reserve guards C.J. Davis and Manny Ramirez this summer.
Hopefully Kuper can fully recover in time for training camp come August. If Kuper’s estimation is correct, he’ll be back on the field within two months.
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For those of you who live near Denver, the Denver Broncos Team Store will debut the new 2012 Nike jersey’s during an exclusive 24-hour event on April 26th before they become available elsewhere. And yes, this includes Peyton Manning swag!
On hand will be alumni, cheerleaders and of course the lovable Miles the Mascot. The event will also hold raffle...
During an NFL offseason, players get a short period of time to rest their bodies before it’s back to the grind and preparing for the upcoming season. The Denver Broncos will get back to work tomorrow when the team begins voluntary offseason workouts.
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The Denver Broncos have released cornerback Andre' Goodman, a move that's been expected ever since they signed free agent cornerback Tracy Porter last month.
Goodman spent the last three season with the Broncos, starting 40 regular season games and collecting 109 tackles, a sack, seven interceptions and 35 pass breakups to go with three fumble recoveries. He also had five...
The addition of Tracy Porter, even for one year, has marked the end of Andre Goodman‘s time with the Denver Broncos.
The Broncos released the 11th-year cornerback Friday, the team announced.
The Broncos announced today that they had parted ways with starting cornerback Andre Goodman. Goodman was a veteran cornerback who had played his last three years in Denver, but had also played in Miami and Detroit.
Goodman, who has been in the league since 2002, started every game in 2011, eight in 2010, and all 16 in 2009. He was due a base salary of $4.62 Million this year...
Demaryius Thomas and Tim Tebow will always share one great moment in Denver Broncos history. In an AFC Wild Card playoff game this past postseason, Tebow found Thomas for an 80 yard overtime game winning touchdown to defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers. Apparently, Thomas is not the sentimental type.
“It’s a business decision. I ain’t going to say I was sad because...
Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas admitted that he isn't too heartbroken now that quarterback Tim Tebow has joined the New York Jets.
Although he reeled in an 80-yard touchdown grab against Pittsburgh in the postseason, Thomas said that those opportunities weren't always available with Tebow. With a more traditional-style quarterback like Peyton Manning in the...
It was all good a couple months ago… Before the Broncos successfully landing future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning, everyone was in ful support of now Jets QB Tim Tebow. The city of Denver loved Tebow. Teammates praised Tebow’s ability to play through his deficiencies and make winning plays every week. Apparently, now that Tebow [...]
Dude, this guy can throw. I don't get why everyone is giving him **** about not being able to throw because he CAN indeed- just watch the video. Maybe the Broncos were just running an offense that didn't allow Tebow to flourish or maybe the entire world's vision is blurred by Tebow's overwhelming pro religious speeches and just love to hate on him for that. Admittedly...
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