St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher has announced that wide
receiver Danny Amendola is shaping up to be a game-time decision Sunday against
the Buffalo Bills, while running back Stephen Jackson is probable to play.
WR Danny Amendola (foot), LB Mario Haggan (elbow) are questionable. Coach Jeff Fisher said Amendola will be a game time decision.
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St. Louis Rams backup linebacker Mario Haggan injured his right elbow early in the first quarter against the New York Jets and the team said his return was questionable.
A Jets player landed on Haggan at the end of a 1-yard carry by backup quarterback Tim Tebow out of the wildcat formation on the third play of the game. After walking off the field, Haggan flung his helmet to the...
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November 18, 2012
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The St. Louis Rams and outside linebacker Rocky McIntosh, a starter for most of six seasons with the Redskins, have signed a free-agent contract.
The 29-year-old McIntosh could challenge for a starting spot in St. Louis, which has also signed Jo-Lonn Dunbar and Mario Haggan to contracts at the position.
McIntosh was a second-round draft pick in 2006 and played under Gregg Williams...
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June 14, 2012
Hot News for OT Barry Richardson
League-wide free agency begins March 13th. The Browns have stated all along they prefer to build the team through the draft, but will take a look at the players available in free agency. Yesterday we looked at the receivers available. Another area of concern is the outside LB position.
So who is available this off-season and who should the Browns target? Let’s take a look at the...
Maybe the Denver Broncos locker room was always this hug-happy. Or maybe it's an underrated aspect of the new Tim Tebow regime. Either way, there were lots and lots of embraces on Sunday after Denver won a crazy 29-23 wild-card game over the favored Pittsburgh Steelers.
Elvis Dumveril is hugging Demaryius Thomas. So are Mario Haggan and Jeremiah Johnson. John Elway and Tim Tebow...
The Bills made sure to talk about some of the exceptionally hard hits in the preseason game by the Broncos back in the summer heading into today’s contest.
Donald Jones sustained a concussion when Rahim Moore went head hunting on a deep sideline pass.
Johnny White suffered a head injury when he was body slammed to the turf by Mario Haggan on the tail end of a run play.
When linebacker Mario Haggan signed with the Broncos in November 2008, the team was well on its way to the AFC West title and a playoff berth. Then came a disastrous December.
The Denver Broncos won their fifth straight game and tied the Oakland Raiders for the AFC West lead with their 35-32 win in Minnesota Sunday. It was another thrilling come-from-behind victory for Tim Tebow and company. BTer’s, let’s dish out game balls.
Replacing the injured Von Miller, Haggan did a great job filling a void on Denver’s defense. He didn’t provide...
Mario Haggan didn't have to be nice, but that wouldn't have been in his nature. As the NFL lockout dragged on into summer, Haggan began working with Von Miller, the kid who was going to take his job.
Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller will miss Sunday's game at Minnesota because of the right thumb he had recently had surgery on.
The rookie practiced Friday with a hard cast but was listed as questionable on the injury report. Miller is third in the league with 10 1/2 sacks. He will be replaced by Mario Haggan.
Miller, the second overall pick in this year's draft, tore...
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December 04, 2011
Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller will miss Sunday's game at Minnesota because of the right thumb he had recently had surgery on. The rookie practiced Friday with a hard cast but was listed as questionable on the injury report. Miller is third in the league with 10 1/2 sacks. He will be replaced by Mario Haggan.
Minneapolis _ Broncos rookie linebacker Von Miller will not play today. He is inactive as the team decided to give him a week to recover from surgery to repair torn ligaments in his right thumb. Mario Haggan is expected to start at strongside linebacker.
Rahim Moore and Mario Haggan are largely special-teams players, with Haggan also filling in for Von Miller at strongside linebacker in some of the Broncos' looks to stop the run.