The Denver Broncos must like Manny Ramirez as their center after all. On Wednesday the Broncos gave Ramirez a new contract which will keep him in Denver though 2015.
Ramirez was making $715,000 this season but terms of his new deal are unknown at this time.
The Broncos had hoped that J.D. Walton would be their center when the season started but an infection in his injured ankle has...
Mike Klis of the Denver Post reports that the Broncos have reached an agreement with C Manny Ramirez on a two-year contract extension.
Ramirez, 30, will now be under contract through the 2015 season. Denver turned to Ramirez after they lost Dan Koppen and J.D. Walton for the season.
Ramirez’s Week 1 performance was fairly average, according to Pro Football Focus. Then again...
Denver safety Quinton Carter has landed on season-ending injured reserve for the second straight year.
Carter started 10 games as a rookie in 2011 and had interceptions in consecutive playoff games that year. But a torn right hamstring at an indoor practice the following summer led doctors to discover he needed surgery on his left knee. He played in just three games in 2012 before...
1) Denver Broncos center Dan Koppen joins the growing list of injured NFL playersAt Sunday's training camp, Denver Broncos center Dan Koppen tore his anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. Reports out of Denver have confirmed it to be a season ending injury.This is definitely news that no team wants to hear. Losing the team's center is not only crushing to the player...
With Broncos center Dan Koppen lost for the season the first name that came to everyone’s mind was that of Jeff Saturday. Saturday, 38, was the longtime center for Peyton Manning in Indianapolis but the [...]
The Denver Broncos are now in the market for some offensive line help. Center Dan Koppen suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during Sunday’s practice. Koppen was carted off the field and taken for an MRI, which revealed the season-ending injury, reports The Denver Dan Koppen tears ACL, sign Steve Vallos appeared first on Sports Glory.
The preseason injury bug has found its way to Denver.
Broncos center Dan Koppen will miss the entire 2013 season after tearing his left ACL, the team announced on Sunday. He was participating in a team drill at training camp when he was injured in a pile and carted away, according to ESPN.
“I always cringe,” coach John Fox told ESPN after practice. “You never like to see players...
Broncos center Dan Koppen is out for the season after tearing his left ACL on Sunday in 9-on-7 drills less than six weeks after rejoining Denver following J.D. Walton's setback in his comeback from ankle surgery.
Koppen an 11-year veteran who played his first nine seasons with the Patriots was caught in a pile early in the workout and was carted off the field and taken for an...
Broncos center Dan Koppen is out for the season after tearing his left ACL on Sunday in 9-on-7 drills, less than six weeks after rejoining Denver following J.D. Walton's setback in his comeback from ankle surgery.
Koppen, an 11-year veteran who played his first nine seasons with the Patriots, was caught in a pile early in the workout and was carted off the field and taken for...
Broncos center Dan Koppen may have torn his ACL in Sunday's practice, according to NFL.com's Ian
Rapoport. This would be the second center the Broncos have lost this season
as Koppen was signed last month after the Broncos projected starting center
J.D. Walton had ankle surgery. Reports indicate Denver is already afraid that
Koppen may be lost for the season...
The Denver Broncos have placed center J.D. Walton, who has had ankle suregery, on the active/PUP list. Walton, who has had two surgeries, his most recently a month ago, is a possibility to play during the second half of the year.
Expect Nick Koppen to start in Week 1.
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Denver signed center Dan Koppen to a one-year deal.Fantasy Spin:The Broncos starting center, J.D. Walton, needed more ankle surgery and is expected to miss most, or all, of this season, which makes this signing important to fantasy owners. Peyton Manning can't throw if he's on his back.
The Denver Broncos signed free-agent center Dan Koppen, bringing the 11-year veteran back after J.D. Walton had offseason surgery on his left ankle.
Koppen signed with the Broncos last October and started 12 regular season games after Walton first hurt his ankle. Walton was expected back this season but needed more surgery this offseason.
Koppen played his first nine seasons with...
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June 20, 2013
According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the Denver Broncos will be signing free agent center Dan Koppen.
Broncos to sign Dan Koppen, per a league source
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) June 20, 2013
With J.D. Walton out for the season, this makes a lot of sense.
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Denver Broncos center J.D. Walton had surgery on his left ankle Monday and could possibly miss the 2013 season, reports Jeff Legwold of The Denver Post. Walton needed surgery to replace some hardware in his left ankle that was originally
According to Jeff Legwold of the Denver Post, Broncos center J.D. Walton is expected to miss the entire season after undergoing another ankle surgery.
#Broncos center J.D. Walton has had an additional surgery on his ankle this week. Is expected to miss season. A tough deal for him.
— Jeff Legwold (@Jeff_Legwold) June 19, 2013
This is a big blow to the Broncos offense.
Jeff Legwold of the Denver Post mentions that the Broncos could consider the idea of bringing veteran C Dan Koppen into the fold after J.D. Walton recently underwent another surgery on his ankle.
Legwold adds that Walton is expected to miss the entire season.
Walton, 26, suffered a fractured and dislocated ankle back in September last year. Legwold mentions that the Broncos...
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Last Sunday, Broncos star linebacker Von Miller missed the Pro Bowl with a shoulder injury. Fortunately, the injury won’t force Miller to undergo surgery.
Due to incentives, cornerback Champ Bailey ($500,000), tight end Jacob Tamme ($125,000), wide receiver Eric Decker and center J.D. Walton ($693,000) have all received pay raises.
Bailey and Miller are...
Peyton Manning says he's sick over center J.D. Walton's broken ankle that ended his season and feels fortunate a veteran like Dan Koppen is able to step in.
Manning said Wednesday that while everybody was focused on his arm strength upon his arrival in Denver seven months ago, the biggest thing on his mind was working with his new snapper to get the center-QB exchange down...
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October 03, 2012
Broncos 37, Raiders 6 — you know what a victory means, fellas. Give out your BT Game Balls!
I have been hard on Eric Decker basically since he has been a rookie. Whether it was that he was a better punt/kick returner than receiver or that he was only good to catch every third pass that came his way. When I say pictures of him last off-season hanging out with Kyle...
All indications seem to be that veteran center Dan Koppen will start against his former team, the New England Patriots, on Sunday. Koppen jumped in the lineup last week when starter J.D. Walton suffered an ankle injury against the Raiders; the Broncos placed Walton on injured reserve the next day, clearing the way for Koppen to get his first start of the season.
Koppen (6-2, 300...
The Denver Broncos have placed center J.D. Walton on injured reserve with a broken and dislocated left ankle.
Walton was hurt just before halftime in the Broncos' 37-6 win over Oakland on Sunday when Raiders defensive end Jack Crawford inadvertently crashed into his legs as he was making the tackle on running back Lance Ball.
Walton was replaced by Dan Koppen, who was signed...
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October 01, 2012
Denver Broncos center J.D. Walton is out for the year after the team placed him on injured reserve Monday, a day after he broke an ankle during a 37-6 rout of the Oakland Raiders. Walton left late in the first half and was replaced by veteran Dan Koppen. The move was announced by Broncos coach John Fox during his weekly press conference. Fox said Koppen should have no problem...
Denver Broncos center J.D. Walton is most likely out for the remainder of the season with a broken ankle, the Denver Post reported Monday. Walton left late in the first half of the Broncos 37-6 rout of the visiting Oakland Raiders on Sunday. He was replaced by veteran Dan Koppen. Denver travels to New England next Sunday to face the Patriots, Koppen's former team.
The Denver Broncos rolled Oakland 37-6 Sunday but lost a key offensive player in center J.D. Walton during the game at Mile High.
Walton suffered a season ending broken ankle late in the first half.
"Disappointed in the injury, but the guys did a great job and I'm glad we got the win and got back on the right track," said Walton via The Denver Post.
Walton went down...