I sometimes wonder if John Fox is psychic. I will get to that in a moment. The bad news for the Denver Broncos is that starting defensive tackle Ty Warren is yet again injured with a triceps tear. The worse news is that his 2012 NFL season is effectively over. While this certainly diminishes the strength and the depth of the defensive line of the Broncos, I don’t think that this will hurt them a great deal as the season progresses.
Denver Broncos Lose Ty Warren with Another Season-Ending Injury: Fan’s Take (Yahoo! Contributor Network)
On September 9, 2012, the Pittsburgh Steelers traveled to face Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos in the season opener of Sunday Night Football. The Steelers lost the hard-fought game when Ben Roethlisberger threw an interception that Tracy Porter returned for a touchdown. The Steelers said that they will learn from this game and move on to the next one. Here are three building blocks:
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Steelers Can Build on Tough Loss to Broncos: A Fan’s Take-Aways (Yahoo! Contributor Network)
Center Dan Koppen, who was released by the Patriots on Aug. 31, has agreed to a one-year contract with the Denver Broncos, ESPN.com reported Monday.
Report: Broncos sign center Koppen (The SportsXchange)
Cleveland Browns starting cornerback Joe Haden has been suspended for four games for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy, the team and league announced Monday.
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NFL roundup: Browns’ Haden suspended 4 games for substance abuse (The SportsXchange)
Former New England Patriots center Dan Koppen has agreed to a one-year deal with the Denver Broncos, a league source says.
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Source — Former New England Patriots center Dan Koppen to join Denver Broncos
Ty Warren’s horrible health luck has continued. Warren suffered a torn triceps in the first half of the season opener against Pittsburgh on Sunday ni…
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Ty Warren suffers another serious injury
If you look up the word “bittersweet” in the NFL dictionary, you’ll find a picture of a forlorn Indianapolis Colts fan staring at a calendar turned to September 9, 2012. You see, that’s the day that Andrew Luck made his debut for the Colts and the day that Peyton Manning made his debut for the Denver Broncos. In the early game, we watched the Colts jump out in front of the Chicago Bears (sweet!) only to see the mirage crumble (bitter). …
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No Luck Required as Peyton Manning Wins Denver Broncos Debut: Fan Reaction (Yahoo! Contributor Network)
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Mike Tomlin needed only two words to describe the guy who ripped apart the Pittsburgh Steelers’ defense in the Mile High City.
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Manning shows no rust from long layoff (The Associated Press)
NEW YORK (AP) — Yes, it’s one game in a four-month season. Many teams that sizzle in September disappear in December.
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49ers, Cowboys, Redskins, Jets start well (The Associated Press)