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The New England Patriots and the Denver Broncos released their final injury reports before tomorrow’s game, and while the Patriots have 13 players listed as questionable, it’s Denver’s declaration of who’s out that caught my eye. No, it’s not wide receiver Eric Decker that I’m referring to, but long snapper Lonie Paxton. You may recall Paxton from his time in New England, playing for all three Super Bowl championship teams and making a snow angel at the end of the Tuck Rule Game. Lonie is missing the game due to personal reasons (Sidenote: New England hopes everything’s OK with Lonie and his family), and his absence could have a significant impact on the game.
But he’s just a long snapper? Don’t say that to the New York Giants.
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Denver Broncos long snapper Lonie Paxton will miss Saturday's AFC divisional round playoff game against the New England Patriots to be with his pregnant wife, who is having complications with their twins.Paxton has been away from practice all week for what the team was calling "personal reasons."Paxton and his wife have been flooded with well wishes from teammates and...
Denver Broncos long-snapper Lonie Paxton was ruled out for Saturday night's divisional round playoff game against the New England Patriots so that he could take care of his wife, who is experiencing complications related to her pregnancy.
Lonie Paxton received plenty of hugs from Broncos teammates today as players gathered to clean out their lockers and attend a final team meeting of the 2011 season.
Paxton, Denver’s longsnapper, missed Saturday’s game in New England because he chose to remain in Denver with his wife who was experiencing complications with her pregnancy. Paxton’s wife is carrying fraternal twins...
Providence, R.I. _ Broncos long snapper Lonie Paxton is staying back from the team’s playoff game Saturday against his former New England Patriots to help care for his wife, who has been having complications with her pregnancy with twins.
Paxton wanted to reach out to Broncos fans after he and his wife have been overwhelmed with well-wishers.
“”He really appreciates the tremendous...
Broncos long snapper Lonie Paxton is missing his first game since 2003 so that he can stay behind in Denver and care for his pregnant wife Meghan. The former Patriots player wanted to thank Denver fans and the organization for their well wishes. Meghan is having life-threatening complications with her pregnancy with twins. “He really…
While the Patriots are getting healthy — and have been getting healthy — the Broncos are just the opposite. In fact, they just got hit in a tough spot thanks to a personal situation with one of their players.
According to the Broncos participation report, Lonie Paxton, the former Patriots fan favorite, is out for Saturday’s game. The team has said he is dealing with a family...
Veteran safety Brian Dawkins, one of the leaders and key players for Denver's defense, is inactive for Saturday night's game with the New England Patriots.
Dawkins missed last weekend's victory over Pittsburgh with a neck injury and has not recovered sufficiently to play in the divisional round. David Bruton was expected to start.
Also missing for the Broncos is receiver...
Eric Decker is out. It’s Matthew Willis‘ time. [Predominantly Orange]
Willis suggests the Pats‘ defense is much better than its stats indicate. [Denver Post]
The Broncos are emboldened by their upset last week, underdog status, and the early start against New England earlier in the season. [Yahoo! Sports]
If Willis McGahee stays healthy this time, they might just pull it off...
The Denver Broncos signed long-time long snapper David Binn on Friday after Lonie Paxton was ruled out of their divisional playoff game against New England so he could continue dealing with a family issue.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) The Denver Broncos signed long-time long snapper David Binn on Friday after Lonie Paxton was ruled out of their divisional playoff game against New England so he could continue dealing with a family issue.
It's no surprise that the Denver Broncos will be without wideout Eric Decker for Saturday's division round match against the New England Patriots, but there's a chance they could veteran safety Brian Dawkins back into the mix as they face Tom Brady and the vaunted Patriots aerial attack.
With Lonie Paxton unavailable, the Broncos today signed former San Diego Chargers’ long snapper David Binn, 39, to step into the role against New England Saturday.
Binn is renowned as one of the best at the craft in NFL history, but this is how long he was at it before the Chargers released him last summer. He was part of one of the most fun stories I’ve ever done — my Sporting...