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Champ Bailey to sign one-day contract with Broncos on Tuesday

            Champ Bailey, who announced his retirement from the NFL last month, will sign a one-day contract with the Denver Broncos on Tuesday, Broncos VP of public relations Patrick Smyth announced on Friday. Tuesday, 12-time Pro Bowler Champ Bailey will sign a “one day” contract to officially retire as a Bronco after 10yrs w/team. 1pm press conf...
Via Sports-Glory
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Crucial players returning for the Broncos after bye

Health is a constant concern for every NFL team throughout the season and undoubtedly the bye week is when banged up players can rest and injured players can heal. That is just what the Denver Broncos emphasized in their week four bye. Sunday the Broncos play the undefeated Arizona Cardinals and after three tough battles to start the season three players in particular where forced...
Via Mile High Sports
September 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Bruton misses Broncos' game vs. Chiefs

DENVER (AP) Broncos special teams ace David Bruton is among Denver's inactives against Kansas City. Bruton separated his left shoulder in the opener last week. He returned to practice Thursday but only on a limited basis. Other inactives for the Broncos are WR Cody Latimer, CB Tony Carter, LB Danny Trevathan, guard Ben Garland and tackle Michael Schofield. The Broncos only had...
Via AP on Fox
September 14, 2014  |  Discuss

From substitute teacher to the Super Bowl in three years

Sunday, 26-year-old David Bruton will play in his first Super Bowl. Less than three years ago, he was teaching second-graders.  The Denver Broncos safety was a substitute teacher during the NFL lockout in 2011, working primarily at an elementary school but also at Miamisburg High School in his hometown of Miamisburgh, Ohio.  "The teachers have a game plan laid out for...
Via This Given Sunday
January 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Noting Ohio's ties to Super Bowl squads

Super Bowl XLVIII is going to be the first since 2007 without a participant from Ohio State, but the Buckeye State has a few ties to the big game. The Broncos roster includes safety David Bruton from Miamisburg who went to Notre Dame, center Steve Vallos from Boardman who played at Wake Forest, and backup quarterback Zac Dysert is an Ada native who went to Miami University. Also...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
January 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Broncos sign safety Michael Huff, put Rahim Moore on IR

The Denver Broncos announced Tuesday that safety Rahim Moore has been placed on injured reserve with a designation to return. Moore must miss six weeks of practice and eight weeks of games before he is eligible to return to the active roster.  The earliest he can return to practice is Dec. 31, and will be able to play in the AFC Championship Game, if the Broncos reach it. ...
Via Sports-Glory
November 19, 2013  |  Discuss
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