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Nic Clemons tackles Warrick Dunn for a loss (Reuters photo) It wasn’t the type of game you would expect from offensively-minded Head Coaches Mike Shanahan and John Gruden. Yards were scarce, points scarcer, and field goals and punts were traded at will. Ultimately, the Broncos defense silenced their critics, and the Denver Broncos (4-1) sent [...]

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Published on 10/05/2008 at Sun Oct 05 17:41.   16 Comments
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Does that even look right? Come on… We all know how John Lynch left, with fans of the Denver Broncos confused and shocked, ultimately ending up with just a bad taste in their mouths. Then Lynch signed with the (at the time) shoe-in Superbowl contender New England Patriots. Was he interested in having a shot [...]

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Published on 09/19/2008 at Fri Sep 19 09:25.   39 Comments
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S Roderick Rogers was waived to make room for Calvin Lowry.  [Rocky Mountain News] One more move could be coming… Domonique Foxworth to be traded?  [BroncoTalk] Youth movement officially in effect.  [RMN] That there’s a lot of linemen and linebackers, that there is.  [Denver Post] Brett Kern bareled edged Sam Paulescu for the punting job.  [...]

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Published on 09/01/2008 at Mon Sep 01 14:32.   1 Comment
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Better late than never… Good news came to fans of quarterback Darrell Hackney, safety Josh Barrett, guard/tackle Mitch Erickson and defensive tackle Steven Harris, the Denver Broncos signed the four to their practice squad. In other news, the Denver Broncos have also signed safety Calvin Lowry who was waived yesterday from the Tennessee Titans. Lowry [...]

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Published on 08/31/2008 at Sun Aug 31 20:32.   18 Comments
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Did John Lynch betray the Broncos by signing with the New England Patriots?  Check out Lynch’s video interview above, then take the poll and dish it out in the comments.

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Published on 08/19/2008 at Tue Aug 19 09:19.   20 Comments
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ProFootballTalk.com is reporting that former Denver Broncos safety John Lynch has signed with the New England Patriots. The nine-time Pro Bowler visited with the team on Wednesday. I love John Lynch and can’t thank him enough for his years in Denver. He was a stand up guy and a leader on this team, both physically [...]

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Published on 08/14/2008 at Thu Aug 14 08:54.   15 Comments
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Running late today folks, sorry. Back to back to back meetings at my place of employment – what’s a blogger to do? An MRI revealed further damage to his elbow than first thought, requiring surgery, and Ryan Torain is now expected to miss three months.  [CBS 4] And in the second post of his new [...]

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Published on 08/07/2008 at Thu Aug 07 15:44.   11 Comments
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John Lynch held an impromptu press conference this afternoon, announcing that he and the Broncos have amicably agreed to part ways. “I want to thank [Head Coach] Mike [Shanahan], [President and Chief Executive Officer] Pat Bowlen and the Broncos’ organization. The last four years here have been wonderful. As I told Mike, I only have [...]

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Published on 07/31/2008 at Thu Jul 31 21:14.   3 Comments
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Rod Smith… John Lynch…. a season ago, Al Wilson and Jake Plummer.  All 4 team captains from 2006.  Who takes over the leadership role? Brandon Marshall can’t escape a feeling of impending doom.  [DPO] TE Tony Scheffler‘s nagging injuries are the team’s inside joke.  [Rocky Mountain News] More buzz about rookie WR Eddie Royal.  [DPO] [...]

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Published on 07/31/2008 at Thu Jul 31 10:03.   20 Comments
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John Lynch and the Denver Broncos have agreed to part ways. While it’s disappointing as fans to see a favorite player go, it’s an inevitable step in a 16-year NFL career. Had Lynch not asked for his release this year, he likely would have retired the next, so let’s discuss less what the future has [...]

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Published on 07/31/2008 at Thu Jul 31 08:00.   12 Comments
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