Sunday, August 31, 2008

Hack is back.... is reporting:
The Denver Broncos on Sunday signed safety Josh Barrett, guard Mitch Erickson, quarterback Darrell Hackney and defensive tackle Steven Harris to their practice squad Head Coach Mike Shanahan announced.
Barrett (6-foot-3, 225 pounds) is a rookie from Arizona State University who was selected by the Broncos in the seventh round (220th overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft. He played in all four Denver preseason games in 2008, ranking fourth on the club in defensive tackles (11) and tying for third in special-teams stops (2). A two-year starter at Arizona State, Barrett attended Reno High School in Reno, Nev., and was born on Nov. 22, 1984.
Erickson (6-foot-6, 290 pounds) is a rookie from South Dakota State University who entered the NFL with the Broncos as a college free agent on April 28. He appeared in all four preseason games for Denver in 2008 following a collegiate career in which he received first-team All-America honors from the Associated Press as a senior at SDSU. Erickson attended Hutchinson High School in Hutchinson, Minn., and was born on May 14, 1985.
Hackney (6-foot-0, 248 pounds) is a second-year player from the University of Alabama-Birmingham who spent the final eight games in 2007 on Denver’s 53-man roster after beginning that season on its practice squad. In four games (1 start) with the Broncos in the 2008 preseason, Hackney completed 24-of-38 (63.2%) passes for 285 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions (94.7 rtg.). A first-team All-Conference USA selection at UAB as a senior, Hackney attended Douglass High School in Atlanta and was born on Aug. 7, 1983.
Harris (6-foot-5, 305 pounds) is a second-year player from the University of Florida who entered the NFL with the Broncos as a college free agent on May 2, 2007. Harris, who saw time in all four preseason contests for Denver in 2008, played four games for the Broncos in 2007 and totaled six tackles (all solo). A member of the Gators’ National Championship team in 2006, Harris attended Coral Gables High School in Coral Gables, Fla., and was born on Aug. 14, 1984.
For the blog entry, click here.

Breaking news...

The following is from has been reported from
Patriots cut Lynch

The New England Patriots released 36-year-old safety John Lynch on Sunday, just 16 days after signing the 15-year veteran.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick left the door open for a possible return by Lynch later in the season.

"It goes without saying but John is an all-time great safety, one of the league's classiest professionals and his elite play speaks for itself," Belichick said. "As has been the case in other situations, I would not rule anything out down the road."

Lynch, recently released after four seasons in Denver, is a nine-time Pro Bowler.

"I have no regrets about my time thus far with the Patriots," Lynch said. "The immense respect that I've long held for the organization has been only heightened over the past couple of weeks. I am going to keep all options open and look forward with excitement to see what the future brings."

Saturday, August 30, 2008

NFL cuts

Some names...
Delta O'Neal cut--Bengals
Rudi Johnson--Bengals
Ashley Lelie--Niners
Joey Harrington--Falcons
Chris Simms--Bucks
Vernand Morency--Packers

Many more NFL players were and still will be cut here is a link to a full list: NFL CUT PLAYERS

Broncos start to trim down to 53

The Denver Broncos on Saturday made several transactions to reduce their roster to the 53-man limit, Head Coach Mike Shanahan announced.
The club waived 17 players while placing running back Anthony Alridge (left foot) and fullback Cecil Sapp (left quadriceps) on its reserve/injured list. Denver also moved tight end Brett Pierce (left ankle) to its waived/injured list.
Beginning Sunday, the Broncos can establish a practice squad of up to eight players.
The following 17 players were waived by the Broncos on Saturday: guard P.J. Alexander, safety Josh Barrett, linebacker Jordan Beck, defensive end Larry Birdine, cornerback Wale Dada, guard Mitch Erickson, guard Dylan Gandy, quarterback Darrell Hackney, defensive tackle Steven Harris, wide receiver Glenn Martinez, wide receiver Marquay McDaniel, tight end Chad Mustard, punter Sam Paulescu, cornerback Tyrone Poole, wide reciever Clifford Russell and safety Vikiel Vaughn.
For the blog entry, click here.

Well, I never really saw anything in Glenn. But about Darrell I am kinda mad. And Cecil is on reserverd/injured so like he’s not totally gone yet. I think? Jorden Beck I thought was nice on ST. But we got other good guys on special teams so. I thought it was dumb that we picked up Tyrone Poole then just cut a little later.

Broncos 28 Cards 14

It was a sweet game. I am so excited about Jack Williams. I've liked him since draft day. And now people are not looking at me like I'm dunmb. :)
I can't put a ton right now, but here is a great video: Broncos 28, Cardinals 14

85 is SO dumb! Chad, you are crazy...

Chad Johnson had legally changed his name to Ocho Cinco! Why? Mainly because duh, we are talking about him. He likes pupblisity. Here is a good link from Yahoo! sports:
He actually did it: Bye, Chad Johnson. Hello, Chad Ocho Cinco

Friday, August 29, 2008

Breaking News...

(reported from
On Thursday Broncos wide receiver Brandon Marshall was notified that his suspension for violating the NFL Personal Conduct Policy has been reduced upon appeal to one game without pay plus an additional fine of one game check.

Marshall’s suspension for the Broncos' first regular-season game will begin on Saturday, August 30. He is eligible to return to the Broncos’ active roster on Tuesday, September 9 following the team’s September 8 opener against the Oakland Raiders.

For the blog entry, click here.

That is So crazy! I can't belive it. He is so luckly.

Thursday, August 28, 2008

I'm still here...

Hey sorry about not doing much lately. I still be blogging. I have just been busy. Pretty much the only thing that happened was we cut Taylor Jacobs.
Next week I think I'll be geting back on top of things...

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Nate Webster is our MLB

Nate Webster has been named the Broncos starter. "It's an honor, first of all, to be named the starter,The next goal is to get to work and start winning." -Nate Webster
Webster said that when the Broncos signed Niko it forced him to play harder-and win the job.
Coach Shanny said it was a "nip and tuck," battle. "We play the best player and we've been doing it that way for 14 years," Shanny basically admitted that he paid Niko to big of a contract and wont start him just because if it. "It doesn't matter if it's a draft choice, free agents. If you start playing people based on money, you won't have a very good chance of becoming a special team."-Shanahan
"I was doing my job. I just wasn't making a lot of plays out there," Koutouvides said. "I felt like if I could have made more plays it probably would have helped me out more. I'm not going to sit here and give you a bunch of excuses. You've got two guys competing and one guy wins, you've got to deal with it."

The following is from:
Lindsay H. Jones, The Denver Post

Broncos' starting linebackers
D.J. Williams

6-1, 240, weakside, in 5th year

After a failed one-year experiment at middle linebacker, Williams moves back to the position where he was so effective in his rookie season. He will call the plays in the defensive huddle.

Nate Webster

6-0, 232, middle, in 9th year

The natural middle LB excels at stopping the run and feels more "at home" here than on the strong side, where he played in 2007.

Boss Bailey

6-3, 232, strongside, in 6th year

Bailey had a career-high 3 1/2 sacks last season with Detroit and, when healthy, should be the Broncos' best linebacker in pass coverage.

Lindsay H. Jones, The Denver Post

Nate Webster (John Leyba, The Denver Post)

Monday, August 25, 2008

Nate Webster

I think this stinks:
Ian Henson thinks that Nate Webster will start this season as the Broncos MLB.
Take a look at the link:

Breaking news...

When I heard about Parker, I was kinda surprized. But the other two we all kinda saw it coming.
The Denver Broncos on Monday released wide receiver Samie Parker and waived defensive tackle Josh Mallard along with wide receiver Lorne Sam, Head Coach Head Coach Mike Shanahan announced.

Parker, a fifth-year player, joined the Broncos as an unrestricted free agent on April 15 after spending his first four seasons with Kansas City.

Mallard, who is in his fifth NFL season, played eight games with the Broncos last year after joining the team as a free agent on Nov. 6.

Sam, a rookie, entered the NFL with Denver on April 28 as a college free agent from the University of Texas-El Paso.

For the blog entry, click here.


Rocky Mountain News:Saturday’s Horsing Around With Jon
moving to Denver .
Giants' Umenyiora requires season-ending knee surgery
Falcons name Ryan starter
Raiders lose two key players for the rest of the year
Raiders Stink in preseason
Merriman has 2 torn knee ligaments

Sunday, August 24, 2008


I was out the other day, and was looking at XBOX360 games and I saw Madden. And Brett was in a Jet uniform! I went and looked at the PLAYSTATION Madden, and on that he was still in a Packer Jersey. So crazy.

Jay Cutler is PICture Perfect_Packers game

This pre-season Jay Cutler has not had one int! And the Broncos starting O-line did’t give up a single Cutler sack. Very Impressive. I am so please with the way Jay has played behind rookie Ryan Clady. That kid is something!

In the game Friday night, Jay started out playing poor. He was having a hard time getting a completion. But later in the game he got into it and hooked up with B-Marsh for a long 49 yard TD. And he also hit Nate Jackson for a score. At the end of the night he was 6-13 for 115 yards and two TD's, which is not that bad. Then of course if we wanna lose a game we put in the Pat Rat. Ramsey came in and actually got a touchdown pass. It was to Michael Pittman. But then late in the game he was hit in the pocket and the ball went up into the air, and a Packer grabbed it. Then the Packers scored with great field position. The final score was Packers 27 Broncos 24. It was not really a bad game.

Jay Cutler Video
Click here to see the TD's pass to Brandon Marshall.

Friday, August 22, 2008

Broncos Packers Live game blog

Hey, the second half I'm gonna blog live the best I can. Click the link for blog: Broncos_Packers LIVE blog
In order to view the event, simply click here. Or alternatively, copy-paste this link in your browser:


Wednesday, August 20, 2008


I have recently become a Columnist on BroncoMadness and do a weekly column every Saturday: Horsing Around With Jon Krause. Also, this week I'll be on vacation till like the first week of September. And I'm not sure that I'll be able to get to a PC everyday, so while I'm away head over to for all the new "Bronco Buzz."
And as you know the Broncos play the Packers this Friday, here is a pick from the last time we played. I really like it. B-Marsh and Al Harris.

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Fantasy Football '08

I've been wanting to do fantasy for awhile now, and I finally got into it this year. This morning was our draft. Here is my team:
*Note I am trying to trade for Eddie Royal, and I may drope/trade Josh scobee

Active: Reserve:
QB-Cutler, Jay QB DEN Leinart, Matt QB ARI
RB-Young, Selvin RB DEN Williams, Ricky RB MIA
WR-Marshall, Brandon WR DEN Welker, Wes WR NE Gonzalez, Anthony WR IND Hackett, D.J. WR CAR Hester, Devin WR CHI
TE-Scheffler, Tony TE DEN Daniels, Owen TE HOU
K- Rackers, Neil K ARI Scobee, Josh K JAC
D-Broncos DST

That's it, what do you think?

Monday, August 18, 2008

Cool Pix:

I found this cool photo of Lynch on Yahoo! sports.
(Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)

He doesn't even care they lost the game, he's just happy to see his old buddy Derrick Brooks.

Sunday, August 17, 2008 put up an WR rating list:

You see it as ProFootballTalk has it, the red is my opinion:
Posted by Mike Florio on August 15, 2008, 9:27 p.m. EDT
1. Terrell Owens, Cowboys. -Fine, I can live with him on top...
2. Randy Moss, Patriots. -He's still great but he wont be busting records like last year
3. Braylon Edwards, Browns. -Third is just about where I'd put him
4. Chad Johnson, Bengals. -~~IDK
5. Reggie Wayne, Colts. - IDK
6. Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals. He'll do good this year
7. Torry Holt, Rams. -What!! no way! he is WAAAAY to high up on the list
8. Brandon Marshall, Broncos. -change him and Chad maybe
9. T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Bengals.
10. Andre Johnson, Texans. -He scares me...
11. Marques Colston, Saints. -people don't know what he can really do...
12. Steve Smith, Panthers. -trade him and Reggie and make him #5 guy, well I might make him #1
13. Marvin Harrison, Colts. -No, No way to high
14. Wes Welker, Patriots. -Not sure, maybe
15. Santonio Holmes, Steelers. -He has to prove himself
16. Anquan Boldin, Cardinals. -I've always liked that guy
17. Roy Williams, Lions. -Roy, don't get hurt!!
18. Plaxico Burress, Giants.
19. Roddy White, Falcons. -I don't know how he got so high up
20. Lee Evans, Bills. -Whoa, crazy, he's not that good
21. Jerricho Cotchery, Jets. -Wait...who??
22. Kevin Curtis, Eagles.
23. Dwayne Bowe, Chiefs. -We'll see about him
24. Greg Jennings, Packers. -Greg, without Brett, I don't know
25. Vincent Jackons, Chargers. Vincent Jackson! How'd he get on the list?
26. Javon Walker, Raiders.-lol, he'll be gone and with a new team in no time, if not retired
27. Chris Chambers, Chargers. -Aren't you kinda old?
28. Donald Driver, Packers. Greg is above you...ouch!
29. Nate Burleson, Seahawks.-? Who
30. Hines Ward, Steelers. Wow, wow, wow, wait! He should be WAY up!
31. Calvin Johnson, Lions. -Show what you can do
32. Santana Moss, Redskins. -Vote for Santana :)
33. Joey Galloway, Buccaneers.
34. Jerry Porter, Jaguars. -Not sure
35. D.J. Hackett, Panthers. -I think he'll be real good across from Steve
36. DonteStallworth, Browns. -He may surprise
37. Patrick Crayton, Cowboys. -No
38. Bernard Berrian, Vikings. -How old are you??
39. Reggie Brown, Eagles.
40. Laveranues Coles, Jets. He can be pretty sweet
41. Devin Hester, Bears. -Oh, that's SOOOOO sad he is a WR, he'll still be great
42. Reggie Williams, Jaguars.
43. Robert Meachem, Saints.
44. Mark Clayton, Ravens. -You need a good QB to get a good WR
45. Anthony Gonzalez, Colts. -That young guy is sweet
46. Ronald Curry, Raiders. -~~~??
47. Eddie Royal, Broncos. -Sweet! The no-name rookie in Denver made the list! That is saying so much. Look at all the names of players that he is on the same list with. Cool
48. Muhsin Muhammad, Panthers. -Get a QB
49. Ted Ginn Jr., Dolphins. -I liked him in collage
50. Jabar Gaffney, Patriots. -~Maybe, just maybe

Broncos 23_Cowboys 10

What a game! Jack Williams almost got a pix six :( And Kern our punter made an awsome play.
J. Cutler was 16/20 for 178yards and 1TD.
J. Williams made a game-changing play late in the game.
And M. Prater was 3/4 on field gaols.
-A.Hall up the middle for 1 yard, TOUCHDOWN
-J.Cutler pass short right to 15-B.Marshall for 3 yards, TOUCHDOWN
-B.Johnson pass short right to 19-M.Austin for 5 yards, TOUCHDOWN
-N.Folk 42 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-91-L.Ladouceur, Holder-14-B.Johnson.
-M.Prater 29 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-83-M.Leach, Holder-1-B.Kern.
-M.Prater 19 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-83-M.Leach, Holder-2-S.Paulescu.
-N.Folk 29 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-91-L.Ladouceur, Holder-1-M.McBriar.
-M.Prater 43 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-83-M.Leach, Holder-1-B.Kern.

Saturday, August 16, 2008


The game was GREAT!! I want to go to bed so I'll put up tomorrow a post of the game. Here is the game center.
The final score was: 23-10 Broncos!


My good bud Garrett Barnes and I are doing a live blog for Bronco Madness:
Click Here For The Live Blog


(thanks to
This Week in Gameday: Aug. 16, 2008 -- Friday, August 15, 2008
Walking around the facilities in street clothes, the 5-foot-11 Young seems to always have a smile on his face, ready to talk and joke with anyone willing to do it.
But when he straps on his helmet and jogs out onto the field, it's a whole other story. Stiff-arms to the face. Jukes so bad your cleats might go one way and your ankles the other. Most of all, speed that will leave you wondering why your face is in the dirt and his is on the big screen, standing in the endzone. And there's that smile again.
"Setting your mind to something and accomplishing it after putting so much work into it is a great feeling," Young said of last season. "To be able to go start over and put more on myself and demand more goals and to be able to accomplish that this season would be a plus for me. Hopefully it will help me grow and become a complete NFL back."

John Lynch

Well this stinks...I be a Pat fan this fall:


(Stephan Savoia/Associated Press)

John Lynch (No. 47) is fitting in with his new teammates.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- John Lynch thought he'd end his football career with the Denver Broncos.
Now the veteran safety and nine-time Pro Bowl pick, who spent four seasons with Denver after 11 years with Tampa Bay, has signed with the New England Patriots. NFL Network's Adam Schefter is reporting that the Patriots and Lynch agreed on a one-year, $1.5 million contract.
John Lynch, S New England Patriots Age: 36Born: 9/25/1971, Hinsdale, Ill.Height: 6-2 Weight: 220College: StanfordExperience: 15th season
"I thought Denver would be my last stop, but things happened and here I am," Lynch said Friday.
Lynch parted ways with the Broncos early in training camp after being told he would no longer be an every-down player. He was contacted by the Patriots, a team he nearly signed with as a free agent in 2004 before selecting the Broncos.
After talking to coach Bill Belichick and taking a physical, Lynch went back to Denver to confer with his family about accepting the Patriots' contract offer. He returned to Foxborough Thursday and the Patriots finally officially announced the contract signing Friday.
The Patriots need help in the secondary after safety-linebacker Tank Williams had a season-ending knee injury Aug. 7 in their first exhibition game, a 16-15 loss to Baltimore. Neither of last season's starters, Rodney Harrison and James Sanders, played in that game and both have missed several practices in training camp.
Lynch, whose career totals include 1,277 tackles, 13 sacks and 26 interceptions, said he was flattered when New England expressed an interest in his services.
"I've always admired the Patriot organization from afar," he said.
Lynch cited the number of star players who dot the roster, but said that wasn't the determining factor in signing with New England.
"The thing that's always impressed me the most is the way they play the game," he said. I think they play it the right way. They embody the sense of team as well as anyone."
Whether Lynch will play Sunday night in the Patriots' second preseason game against Tampa Bay remains to be seen. He said he got through the playbook in one night and felt good after his first practice, even though he had little sleep.
Lynch was asked whether, at the age of 36, he could still be an every-down player.
"We'll see," he said. "You produce and things like that happen."
Belichick said he would confer with his coaches, Lynch, and watch film of the practice Friday before deciding whether to put Lynch on the field Sunday night.
"I am excited to have John on the team," Belichick said. "He is a guy I have admired for a long time -- his playing style and his production. He has been a great player with different organizations and with nine Pro Bowls."
Also on Friday, Randy Moss spoke to the media for the first time since the start of training camp, cautioning fans and the media against expecting the same fireworks that produced a slew of NFL records last season.
"I'm kind of nervous, the reason why being what we did last year as a whole unit," he said. "We're going to try and come out and put points on the board because that's what the coaches ask us to do. The expectations -- the bar's set so high here, not by you all and not by the fans, but the coaches and the team. We have high expectations for this offense and this team as a unit, but what we did last year, man, I don't think we can really live and dwell off that."
In another roster move, the Patriots placed offensive lineman Barry Stokes, whom they recently signed, on the injured reserve list.

Broncos sign Poole

I don't remember this guy...but he doesn't look half bad.


The Broncos on Wednesday signed cornerback Tyrone Poole, Head Coach Mike Shanahan announced.
Poole is a 13th-year defensive back who has played for Oakland, New England, Denver, Indianapolis and Carolina during his NFL career. Poole, who competed in Houston’s 2007 training camp in his most recent NFL action, entered the league with the Panthers as a first-round, 22nd overall, choice in the 1995 NFL Draft from Fort Valley State University.
In 142 career regular-season games, 112 starts, Poole has totaled 477 tackles, 18 interceptions, six sacks, 121 pass breakups, nine forced fumbles and five fumble recoveries. The defensive back has started at least 12 games in a season seven times and also owns 58 career punt returns for 429 yards.
During his one season with the Broncos in 2002, Poole saw time in all 16 games, including four starts. He finished the year with 51 tackles, one sack, 10 pass breakups and one forced fumble.
Denver also on Wednesday released fourth-year cornerback Christian Morton.

Saturday, August 9, 2008

Broncos and Texans game

Hey tomorrow I am going to a week boot camp, so to fill you in on all the Bronco Buzz while I'm gone head over to Bronco Madness. Before I go to bed here is a over-view of our game:

At the start of the game I saw some nice flashes of Eddie, he had 2 catches for 13 yards, and 2 kick returns for 42yrds.
Jay Cutler went 8-10 with 59 yards, and a 15 yard touchdown run.
Our HB's I was kinda disapointed in.
Matt Prater miss a 30 yard field goal-wide right.
But the guy that really cought my eye was Darrell Hackney, he went 4-7 and 62 yards, and 16 yard run.

The final score was 16-19 Texans

Kris Brown, 23 yd field goal , 7:05. Drive: 11 plays, 51 yards in 4:23
Jay Cutler, 15 yd run (Matt Prater kick is good), 0:56. Drive: 12 plays, 74 yards in 6:09
2nd Quarter
Kris Brown, 52 yd field goal , 11:59. Drive: 10 plays, 37 yards in 3:57
David Anderson, 16 yd pass from Sage Rosenfels (Kris Brown kick is good), 9:40. Drive: 2 plays, 26 yards in 0:49
3rd Quarter
Kris Brown, 23 yd field goal , 9:39. Drive: 10 plays, 76 yards in 5:21
Matt Prater, 38 yd field goal , 6:10. Drive: 4 plays, 4 yards in 0:47
4th Quarter
Matt Prater, 31 yd field goal , 14:52. Drive: 8 plays, 39 yards in 3:02
Matt Prater, 26 yd field goal , 5:50. Drive: 8 plays, 72 yards in 4:29
Kris Brown, 25 yd field goal , 0:00. Drive: 15 plays, 54 yards in 5:50 reports:
Ronald Martinez/Getty Images
Jay Cutler produced for Denver through the air and on the ground.
What we learned ...
Schaub, Rosenfels look sharp: The Texans look just fine at the quarterback position, as starter Matt Schaub was very efficient, going 4-of-5 for 29 yards, and backup Sage Rosenfels, taking the bulk of the snaps, went 10-of-15 for 137 yards and a touchdown.
Texans' running game stalled: While Ahman Green did not get a carry, his immediate backups didn't show much. Chris Taylor ran hard, but gained just 19 yards on 10 carries, and Darius Walker fared just slightly better, running for 29 yards on eight carries. Rookie Steve Slaton looked promising, with 11 carries for 37 yards.
Jay Cutler takes over: Denver's starting QB picked apart Houston's defense, going 8-of-10 for 59 yards. On his final play, Cutler scrambled and ran past the Texans' defense for a 15-yard touchdown.
Surprising RB steps up: As Selvin Young struggled on the ground, gaining just 3 yards on four carries, Andre Hall made his mark for Denver, carrying the ball eight times for 43 yards, including converting a couple of third downs. Young did pitch in as a receiver, however, with two catches for 20 yards.
Broncos LB taken off on stretcher: Denver's Louis Green left the field on a stretcher after colliding with teammate D.J. Williams in the first quarter. He was taken to the hospital with a neck injury and a concussion, but did move his fingers and hands as he left the field. Green was replacing Boss Bailey, who sprained his right ankle early in the game
Here some photos (thanks RONALD MARTINEZ /AFP/ Getty Images)
Till the Cowboys,



Louis Green hurt

Denver LB Green leaves game on stretcher
Associated Press
HOUSTON -- Denver Broncos linebacker Louis Green left the field on a stretcher with a neck injury and a concussion in the first quarter of Saturday's preseason game against Houston.
The 6-foot-3, 237-pound Green collided with teammate D.J. Williams as the two converged to tackle Texans tight end Owen Daniels, who caught a short pass.
Green lay motionless for several minutes as medical staff rushed to check on him. Green was strapped to the stretcher and was moving his fingers and hands as he was rolled off the field.
The Texans said Green was taken to a hospital for further evaluation.
Green had replaced Boss Bailey, who sprained his right ankle and limped off the field on the Texans' second play from scrimmage.
The 28-year-old Green, starting his fifth NFL season, played in all 16 games for Denver in 2007 and finished with nine tackles.


I'm sorry, but I can't do this...I GOTTA watch the it on one of the links: :) Game Center

Jay Cutler pass to gain...Selvin Young run -5yrd....penalty R-Harris -5yrd...Selvin Young run +3yrd...4th and 17...punt 51yrd.

I'll update you all night long on the game...We're just about to start.
Click here:

Live Game Blog
Pre-game Photo Gallery

Friday, August 8, 2008

Photos from

Here is a link to some cool photos. Replacing a legend .

Kenny Peterson

Kenny Peterson answered my question! Click the link, go to Video and Audio, watch "A few moments with: Kenny Peterson". It's the last question, from "Jon".

Royal to start

Eddie Royal is our new #2 WR, it's crazy right now. And I don't have anytime to put up more info...but I will later.


The Beijing Olympic Games start tonight. The Olympic Games are so fun to watch, I personally like to watch our basketball team. This year they are so good, it seems impossible for them not to win. I can just imagine---"And Lee Chung Chen Lu is starting at Center for China, at 5-7 he's the tallest player on the team." There are so many different sports, yet America's Game is not included. Football is not nor ever has been an Olympic game. I have wondered so much why it is not. I figure it is because: can you imagine an All-American football team. Like if we grabbed the best players in the NFL, and put them all on the same team! Nobody could even be on the same field with them. We would DESTROY any other team. So I think the reason that we don't have football in Olympics is mainly fear. Fear that America will have the best Football team in the WORLD.
Enjoy the games, and your weekend. Be sure to watch the Broncos and Texans tomorrow.

I had some fun and put last year's Pro Bowl NFC and AFC rosters together, just to see what our team would look like. Just think what this team could do:
*I added some players that did not go, that I thought should have.

QB---Tom Brady, Brett Favre, Peyton Manning

RB---Adrian Peterson, LaDainian Tomlinson, Clinton Portis

FB---Tony Richardson

WR---Terrell Owens, Brandon Marshall, Steve Smith, Braylon Edwards, Randy Moss

TE---Jason Witten, Kellon Winslow, Chris Cooley

T---Flozell Adams, Matt Light

G---Alan Faneca, Steve Hutchinson

C---Tom Nalen, Jeff Saturday
DE---Osi Umenyiora, Jared Allen

DT---Pat Williams, Albert Haynesworth

OLB---Lance Briggs, DeMarcus Ware, Mike Vrabel

MLB--- Ray Lewis, Patrick Willis

CB---Champ Bailey, Al Harris, Asante Samuel

S---John Lynch, Ed Reed, Bob Sanders, Roy Williams, Darren Sharper
P---Shane Lechler

K---Neil Rackers

KR---Devin Hester

ST---Terrell Suggs
Just think...that game would be a BLOW-OUT!

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Brett back and a Jet, we'll play him again...

Hey as you know Favre was traded to the Jets, and right after he was the first thing I thought was "stink!" It just happens that on Sunday November 30th at the Giants Stadium 1p.m. EST on CBS* the Denver Broncos will play the New York Jets. And Brett Favre. I have bad memories of last year's game in Denver when on the second play of over-time Brett tossed a 80yrd. pass over the head of Donald Andre Bly's head. The Jets had a great offseason, picking up Alan Faneca, Brett, and Tony Richardson among others. The Broncos I think had an even better one, as you know. Some negitive things were Elam going to Atlanta, and Lynch leaving as well. But anyway, back to the point when I first saw our '08 season schedule the Jets game was one that I just glanced over, now it is one that I'll be waiting for all fall. I am sure that this game will be big for Dre' Bly, and the rest of our DB's.

50th post: game center: Broncos VS. Texans

Congratulations! To me, this is my 5oth post on blogger! I hope to keep the post going for a long time.
Anyway, lets get to the post:

(thanks to
Well they think just about what I said before, Matthew has to show off his leg, and our backs have to run wild. And about the Texans...who cares! :)

Quick Take: Broncos vs. Texans

Broncos coach Mike Shanahan is extremely optimistic about the ability of a healthy Jay Cutler.
Keep your eye on ...
1. Denver running backs: Selvin Young came into the league as an undrafted rookie and a year later sits atop the depth chart in Denver. This week in camp, fifth-round pick Ryan Torain broke his elbow and the Broncos will look for undrafted rookie Anthony Alridge or second-year player Andre Hall to make a name for himself in the preseason.

2. Denver kicker Matt Prater: Second-year man Prater has big shoes to fill, as three-time Pro Bowler Jason Elam, who kicked four game winners for the Broncos last year, signed with the Falcons in the offseason.

3. Texans QB Matt Schaub: Fans in Houston are eager to see what Schaub can do when consistantly healthy. He missed the final four games last year but he'll be under center with the first-team and looking to reconnect with WR Andre Johnson.

4. Texans rookie RB Steve Slaton: With a few impressive cutbacks in the preseason, the diminutive third-round pick out of West Virginia has a chance to prove he can be the reliable third-down back the team needs.

Brett Now A Jet

Here is the Full Story . Here is a little thing I made with the help of paint:

Wednesday, August 6, 2008


I am a HUGE Madden fan, when I was like ten my older brother went shopping with my mom and when he got back he had a computer game with him, called Madden NFL 2003. That was what got me started with not just Madden's but also football period. My family had lived in Denver in the '90's so that's where I got into all the Bronco stuff.

Well anyway the main reason I am talking about Madden is the "curse" and our low ratings on '09. Our linebacker's are crazy, we are WAAAAY better than that! And no wonder the Packers don't wont Brett Favre, he's been cursed! They will be lucky if the Bucks or Jets take him. John (Madden) thought he was smart and put a retired player on his game to "stop" the curse, but it sure didn't work. Madden, you didn't do so good this year, I love how Eli Manning shot way up from his 85 rating, he did not get all that much better just cause he won one game. Niko is gonna show how totally wrong you are about his ratings!

I can't wait to play it. :)

Ryan Torain gone 6-8 weeks..."That's football"

When the Broncos were doing offensive VS. defensive drills rookie running back Ryan Torain ran right on a run and fell awkwardly with defensive players all over him. Torain broke a bone in the upper elbow. Coach Mike Shanahan thinks he'll be out 6 to 8 weeks. Torain will will get an MRI today.

Coach said just what I thought when I heard the news:
"That’s football, You’re going to lose guys, there’s nothing you can do about it. Except get better.”

Ryan Torain Gallery

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Marshall suspended 3 games!! :(

I really wanted to see him play the Raiders...stink!!
(thanks to the Denver Broncos for the info)
Statement by an NFL spokesperson:
Brandon Marshall of the Denver Broncos has been suspended without pay for the team’s first three regular-season games of 2008 for violating the NFL Personal Conduct Policy. If Marshall fully complies with required counseling and other conditions of the suspension, Commissioner Goodell will consider reducing the suspension to two games.
Subject to a potential appeal, Marshall’s three-game suspension would begin on Saturday, August 30 and he would be eligible to return to the Broncos’ active roster on Monday, September 22 following the team’s September 21 game against the New Orleans Saints.
Marshall is eligible to participate in all preseason practices and games. videos: Broncos

Brandon and Steve
Broncos Camp
Camp News

Texan's picking up Broncos:

(Thanks to for the info.)
Of course we all know about Gary Kubiak being our offensive coordinator in '95-'05, and a quarterback for the team in '83-'91. And we know about alot of the players like Niko, but did you about the following:...

Texans General Manager Rick Smith spent 10 seasons from 1996-2005 in various roles on Denver's coaching and personnel staff… Texans Defensive Coordinator Richard Smith was special teams coordinator for Denver from 1993-96 and assisted with coaching its linebackers from 1993-95… Houston Senior defensive Assistant Frank Bush was a special teams coach for the Broncos from 2001-03, coached the secondary in 2000 and instructed its linebackers from 1995-99… Texans Wide Receivers Coach Larry Kirksey was a volunteer assistant with Denver in 2004… Houston Tight Ends Coach Brian Pariani instructed the Broncos' tight ends from 1995-2004… Houston Assistant Defensive Backs Coach Ray Rhodes was the Broncos’ defensive coordinator from 2001-02… Texans Assistant Head Coach/Offense Alex Gibbs was the Broncos' assistant head coach from 1995-2003 and was Denver's offensive line coach from 1984-87… Texans Offensive Assistant Mike McDaniel was a coaching intern with the Broncos during the 2005 season... Texans National Scout Ed Lambert was a college scout for Denver from 2002-06… Houston Director of College Scouting Dale Strahm was a college scout for the Broncos from 1998-2005… Houston Operations Manager Doug West was the Broncos’ equipment manager from 1993-2003… Texans College Scout Bob Beers served in the same capacity with Denver from 1995-2002... Houston T Ephraim Salaam was a Bronco from 2002-03… Houston C Chris Myers was drafted by the Broncos in 2005 and played for Denver until he was traded to Houston during the 2008 offseason… Houston C Greg Eslinger was on the Broncos' practice squad in 2006 and the beginning of 2007… In 2007, Texans C Mark Fenton spent the season on the Broncos practice squad…Texans S Nick Ferguson spent 2003-07 with Denver… Texans RB Mike Bell played for the Broncos from 2006-07 before signing with Houston during training camp.

Sunday, August 3, 2008


Well right now the score is 30-16 and the Redskins will most likely win...don't got time to tell alot right now but here is a little what I noticed: M. Hart(sorry can't find a pix of him) is just like the collage star he was...GREAT!! Q. Gray can pass very good while scrambling, and M. Mason has really impressed me, and A. Randle El has some good hands.

With 'brick' on shoulder, Dumervil pounds QBs for Broncos

By Jeff Zillgitt, USA TODAY
PHOTOS: Broncos training camp

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Denver Broncos defensive end Elvis Dumervil has heard it before and heard it repeated over and over.
At 5-11, not tall enough to play defensive end. At 260 pounds, not big enough to take on offensive linemen.
Turns out, player personnel staffs were measuring the wrong part of Dumervil's game.
"Everybody wants to measure him by his height," Broncos defensive line coach Bill Johnson said. "He has the qualities of what it takes to be a good pass rusher — long arms, big hands, quick feet."
"And he's strong," Broncos coach Mike Shanahan added.
Then, there are immeasurable qualities: will, desire, heart.
"I'm a guy who loves the game," Dumervil said. "I don't take anybody lightly. A lot of guys underestimate people. Not me. Any guy from a sixth, seventh rounder, a free agent, first rounder, I approach them the same way — that he's a Pro Bowler. But I think I can outwork the guy in front of me.
"I actually have a natural knack of wanting to kill quarterbacks. That's what I love to do."
If that wasn't apparent at Miami Jackson High when he compiled 60 sacks during his junior and senior seasons and if that wasn't apparent at Louisville after he had 20 sacks and an NCAA-record 10 forced fumbles in his senior season, it is apparent now after two seasons in the NFL.
Last season, Dumervil led the Broncos with 12½ sacks, tied for sixth best in the NFL. It was the highest sack total for a Bronco since 1999. In the past two seasons, just five players have accumulated more sacks than Dumervil's 21.
"I take pass rushing personally," Dumervil said. "You want to beat that guy in front of you. It's an all-out conscious effort. Sacks don't come easy. When you do get them, you really appreciate them."
Dumervil also forced four fumbles, two of which were returned for touchdowns. "There's no better feeling than getting a sack and a forced fumble," he said.
Every team passed on Dumervil in the 2006 draft, and the Broncos selected him the fourth round. He uses that as motivation. Dumervil doesn't just play with a chip on his shoulder: "I play with a brick on it," he said.
He looked to another undersized pass rusher, former Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Derrick Thomas, for inspiration. Dumervil also wants to learn more about defensive end Fred Dean. Though Dean, who will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday, was 6-3, he was considered small at 230 pounds.
Heading into his third season, Dumervil is poised for another strong year, Johnson and Shanahan said.
"When you look at his production, it ain't a flash in the pan," Johnson said. "He's been consistent since the day he started playing. That's tangible evidence that this guy is a quality football player."
Said Shanahan: "He'll be one of the top defensive ends this year. I'll be surprised if he's not in that 15-sack range. You can tell he enjoys playing the game. It's one of the reasons why I think he'll have a heck of a year."
Another reason the Broncos are excited for Dumervil is the 24-year-old's improvement with the mental part of the game. Pairing his physical gifts with a deeper understanding of X's and O's should increase his effectiveness.
"He doesn't start playing the play when the ball snaps. He is playing the play once the huddle breaks," Johnson said. "His professionalism has grown. He's out there leading the pack. He's practicing with a lot of energy."
Dumervil displayed that intensity during drills against the offensive line in practice Monday. Dumervil beat his man and started running his mouth. Veteran center Tom Nalen didn't like that and threw a football at Dumervil.
"He just said, 'Be quiet, Elvis,' " Dumervil said.

Friday, August 1, 2008

8 Days till Broncos play!! Yes! :)

With all the off-season stuff going on football season creaped up on me! And today I noticed: Just over a WEEK TILL THE BRONCOS PLAY! I am SO pumped! The NFL is back! So anyway here is a game preview:

Denver Broncos VS. Houston Texans Aug 9, 2008 8:00 pm - Buy Tickets

Okay first off Ryan Clady and the rest of the O-line have to give our QB's lots of time, keeping Mario Williams out of our back-field will be a big +. Speaking of back-fields our RB's have to EXPLODE and if they can do that it will open up our passing game. In defence we need to stop Andre Johnson, with Lynch possible out of the picture Foxworth, Domonique will be getting lots more playing time, Foxworth has been playing very well in Broncos camp and is expected to soon push Bly, Dre' for a starting job. Matt Prater needs to prove he can be "clutch".

This is just a pre-season game but, there is no such thing as "just a pre-season game" players still play and it gives coaches a good idea of what the season will be like.

Since former Broncos offensive cortinate Gary Kubiak left Denver and became the Texans head coach he has picked up about half a dozen cut/or traded Broncos Bell, Mike, and Ferguson, Nick are among the current.