American football isn’t the only sport Denver Broncos players enjoy. Many, including Kayvon Webster, Julius Thomas, and Montee Ball cheered on the USA yesterday during the team’s game against Ghana in Natal, Brazil.
Do you have World Cup fever? These #Broncos do http://t.co/WxLKQYZUAx
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To the Broncos players’ happiness, the...
Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker, cornerback Kayvon Webster and defensive end Derek Wolfe all returned to practice Wednesday afternoon. Welker suffered a concussion in the team’s Week 14 win against the Tennessee Titans, and Wednesday was his first day back at practice. “I think just getting back out there, running around, being with his teammates, getting his timing back...
Another week, another injury for Denver's dwindling secondary.
This time, its rookie cornerback Kayvon Webster, who fractured his right thumb in the Broncos' 27-20 loss to San Diego on Thursday night.
Webster was scheduled for surgery Friday.
He might miss a game and will have to play with a cumbersome cast for several weeks afterward, much like Denver linebacker Von Miller...
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December 13, 2013
(Eds: Adds details, quotes. Will stand. With AP Photos.) By ARNIE STAPLETON AP Pro Football Writer Kayvon Webster has risen up Denver's depth chart as quickly as he climbed up the Broncos' draft board, and not just because of injuries in the secondary, either.
Many personnel people across the league considered it a bit of a reach when the Broncos selected Webster with the...
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September 27, 2013
The Broncos selected corner back Kayvon Webster from South Florida in the 28th, third round spot (90 overall). Nightmares of the last game the Broncos played make it clear the Broncos need some backfield power and Webster has definite potential for that power.
The main reason is the rookie is fast. In the draft combine Webster performed a 4.41 second 40-yard dash, being one of the...
3.28 Denver Broncos Kayvon Webster, CB, South Florida (5-10 ½, 195)
With the 28th pick in the third round of the NFL Draft, the Broncos selected CB Kayvon Webster from South Florida. Perhaps the last best player among the CB’s in the draft, Webster couldn’t have picked a better team to get drafted by. Going just a few picks later to the Dolphins was Will Davis who doesn’t...
Kayvon Webster is a 5’10, 194 pound cornerback who was considered one of the best corners in the Big East. He appeared in all 12 games, starting 11, at cornerback, and was invited to the East-West Shrine Game. Webster led the team with 82 tackles to go along with two sacks, four TFL, six PBU and three forced fumbles. He is a playmaker and is ready to make an impact in the NFL. ...
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Whenever cornerback Kayvon Webster arrived at practice at South Florida, he'd proclaim, ''Champ Bailey's here.''
Now, the third-round draft pick has a locker across from the Denver Broncos perennial Pro Bowler and one day might succeed his idol.
The Broncos added Webster and free agent Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie this offseason to a stellar group of cornerbacks...
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May 11, 2013