The Denver Broncos may have had the number one offense in the league, but were left with many defensive starters injured for the playoffs and Super Bowl. Many starting positions were filled with backup players as one by one defenders dropped like flies toward the latter of the season. Perhaps not as well known as others, starting defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson was one of...
The Denver Broncos have placed defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson on season-ending injured reserve with a dislocated hip and have signed Sione Fua.
Vickerson was injured in the Broncos' loss at New England Sunday night. He's the second Denver defensive starter to get hurt this month, joining safety Rahim Moore (leg), who was put on recallable IR.
Vickerson was in the midst...
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November 27, 2013
Kevin Vickerson is only 30 years old, but the defensive tackle dislocated his hip against the Patriots and is expected to miss a minimum of six weeks, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Vickerson won’t require surgery, per the report, but his season could be over depending on how far Denver travels into the postseason. It […]
(note: this article began following closely after the Colts/Broncos game, and was updated as news came in)I usually try not to label too many players as “dirty.” To me, that label is reserved for those who make blatant attempts to hurt another player. Then we have Kevin Vickerson of the Denver Broncos. In this video, watch what Vickerson does to Sampson Satele. Yes football fans...
Although the Denver Broncos and Indianapolis Colts delivered a dandy of a Sunday Night Football game, it wasn’t all pretty. The Broncos’ Kevin Vickerson appeared to intentionally injure the Colts’ Samson Satele on an extra point during the third quarter. As you can see in the above GIF, Vickerson punches Satele after Satele blocks him low. Satele, who had injured his leg earlier...
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The Denver Broncos‘ second free agent signing of 2013 was agreeing on a new two-year deal with defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson.
The news was first reported by ESPN‘s Adam Schefter and later confirmed by the Denver Post‘s Mike Klis. Details of Vickerson’s contract are unknown, but he will likely eat up to $4 million of Denver’s 2013...
(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) By EDDIE PELLS AP National Writer Take less money, gain more weight.
Defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson heard both of those messages from the Denver Broncos in the offseason and complied with both.
The result has been one of the strongest seasons in his seven-year NFL career - and at a bargain to boot.
Playing at 330 pounds, about 40 pounds more...
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November 29, 2012
Von Miller and Kevin Vickerson are appealing fines they said they received from the NFL for hits on Carolina quarterback Cam Newton last weekend.
Miller's $21,000 fine was for a low hit, but Denver's star linebacker insists he was blocked into Newton and didn't come anywhere near his knees.
Vickerson's $15,000 fine was for a horse collar tackle that he insists was...
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November 16, 2012
Denver Broncos defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson in 2010. (Joe Amon/Denver Post)
A position of terrible need last year has become a position of incredible depth. On paper, the Denver Broncos should continue their climb back to defensive respectability against opposing rushing attacks. The first team defense was stellar in the three preseason games and only faltered during the Seattle...
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Denver Broncos defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson in 2010, still not as big as Vickerson in 2012. (Joe Amon/Denver Post)
Apparently Denver Broncos defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson has been busy — eating. He’s probably eating a gallon-size bowl of chili even as you read this.
The six-year veteran hopes to start for the Broncos in 2012, and to that end, he has upped his weight from...