The Denver Broncos suffered several injuries during Sunday’s 39-36 victory over the Miami Dolphins.
Linebacker Brandon Marshall will go through the league-mandated post-concussion protocol, while cornerbacks Aqib Talib and Kayvon Webster are “day-to-day” with hamstring and shoulder injuries, head coach John Fox announced...
DENVER (AP) Running back Ronnie Hillman and cornerback Kayvon Webster are inactive for Denver's opener against the Indianapolis Colts.
Both players became ill at the Broncos' preseason finale on Aug. 28 and were hospitalized in Dallas. But Hillman wasn't on the injury report all week. And Webster was listed with a nagging ankle injury, but was a full participant and had been projected...
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September 07, 2014
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) Cornerback Kayvon Webster and running back Ronnie Hillman didn't return with the Denver Broncos from their preseason finale in Dallas on Thursday night after falling ill. Both were taken to a hospital and Webster was kept overnight.
The Denver Post first reported the story Saturday. The Broncos confirmed that neither player flew with the team back to Denver...
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August 30, 2014
RB Ronnie Hillman and CB Kayvon Webster were both hospitalized for an illness following the final preseason game Thursday night. (Mike Klis)
Injury settlements are likely for WRs Mario Manninham and Trindon Holliday after the team placed them on season-ending injured reserve. (Ralph Vacchiano)
Undrafted rookie WR Corey Washington has made the team.
Denver Broncos running back Ronnie Hillman and cornerback Kayvon Webster did not travel with their team back to Denver from Dallas following their preseason finale on Thursday evening. Both players were hospitalized overnight after coming up with uknown illnesses. Neither played in Denver’s 27-3 win over Dallas (via the Denver Post). Hillman, a third-year running back from San...
Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. returned to the field Wednesday for the first time since suffering a partially torn left ACL in the Broncos’ Jan. 12 victory over the San Diego Chargers in the AFC divisional playoffs. “I know everyone always talks about Adrian Peterson’s comeback, but you all need to talk about my comeback because I came back a lot faster than...
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
— MileHighReport (@MileHighReport) June 17, 2014
To the Broncos players’ happiness, the...
Most of the starting spots for the Denver Broncos are set. A team with Super Bowl dreams doesn’t have a lot of questions in their starting lineup.
But there are still some spots that players have to battle for. With OTAs starting, the Broncos’ offseason has officially begun. Here are some position battles to keep an eye on.
5. Kevin Vickerson/Sylvester Williams/Malik Jackson...
The entire TGB writing staff were collectively hoping Ryan Shazier would be there at 31. Or at least be within striking distance in the mid-late 20s. Alas, it was not meant to be. The Pittsburgh Steelers swooped him up.
But Bradley Roby is an excellent consolation prize. As the 9th defensive back off the board, he fell to the Denver Broncos because of a combination of character...
The Denver Broncos have a well-built roster that but there are still a few holes left. They have done a good job of bringing in some keys guys in free agency. Getting their players back from injury go a long way to help as well. The Broncos filling these needs will help a lot with achieving their one goal, to win the Superbowl.Cornerback-Denver signed Aqib Talib and brought back...
Last week, we covered safeties. This week, we're on cornerbacks. This is a position that has been in high flux for the Denver Broncos.The team lost Champ Bailey, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Quentin Jammer. But they added Aqib Talib.Let's take a look at how each corner fared in 2013 and what we can expect in the future.Champ BaileyIt's a surreal thought, knowing that Champ Bailey...
Well, this is awkward.
After cutting Champ Bailey today, the state of the Denver Broncos’ defensive backfield is in doubt.
OK, cutting Champ was a necessary evil and it’s time the Broncos move forward despite all the great play he put forth on the field for 10 seasons.
But that move leaves them without any of their starting cornerbacks from last year.
Sound the alarm, people...
Round 1: 0-5
Round 2: 0-4
Round 3: 0-3
Round 4: 0-2
Round 5: 0-1
Round 6 & 7: Same system as undrafted. Points only awarded if player was productive, no scale.
Round 1 – Sylvester Williams DT, UNC
Analysis - Williams was disappointing with just 19 tackles and 2 sacks. The Broncos had to be hoping for more from their first rounder.
If there has been one part of the Denver Broncos that has been talked about the most it has been the secondary.
They have dealt with inconsistent play, injuries and flat out bad play. The injury bug bit early by knocking out Champ Bailey for most of the season and has bit again by sending Chris Harris Jr. to the sidelines with a torn ACL.
Losing Harris the week before the AFC Championship...
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 did...
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December 13, 2013
San Diego chargers Keenan Allen displayed some impressive athletic ability on a 19-yard second quarter touchdown in Thursday night's game by hurdling over Denver Broncos cornerback Kayvon Webster on the way to the end zone.Webster went in low for the hit, and Allen jumped right over him. That's one way for an offensive player to protect his knees.GIF via GIFDSports. Visit us at...
San Diego Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen continued his rampage on Thursday night against the Denver Broncos with this awesome play. A run of the mill crossing route turned into a phenomenal touchdown when Allen hurdled a Broncos DB Kayvon Webster and then used sheer force to power his way into the end zone. This will be on SportsCenter’s Top Ten later for sure.