ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — On almost a daily basis, John Fox needs about as little time to roll through the Broncos injury report as it takes cornerback Chris Harris to return an interception 98 yards for a touchdown.
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Health, depth both key to Denver’s success (The Associated Press)
The Eagles and Redskins both gained from trading Donovan McNabb, writes Adam Schefter.
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Donovan McNabb helped Washington Redskins after all – Adam Schefter’s 10 Spot
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) – The National Football League announced on Wednesday that Denver Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week. Moreno rushed for 118 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries in the Broncos’ 34-17 win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. “His 118 yards were the most by a visiting player against Baltimore since the 2010 season, and his effort represented just the 17th all-time individual 100-yard rushing game by a Ravens visiting opponent,” the Broncos said in a prepared statement. It was Moreno’s fourth 100-yard rushing game of his career. He also ran for over 100 yards in the previous game against the Oakland Raiders. “Moreno currently ranks fourth in the NFL in scrimmage yards per game (121.8) and fifth in the league in rushing yards per game (97.8) during the last four weeks as Denver’s starting running back,” the Broncos said. It’s the first time Moreno has been honored as the AFC Offensive Player of the Week. “Overall, Moreno’s honor is the 47th such award for an offensive player in team history since it was initiated by the NFL in 1984.” Denver has had seven individual Conference Player of the Week awards this season, which leads the NFL.
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Knowshon Moreno Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week
Chargers receiver Vincent Brown is returning to practice Wednesday. He has been on the injured reserve (with the designation to return) since the pres…
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Vincent Brown to practice, not play
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — Joe Flacco has fumbled three times and thrown three interceptions in his last three games, each of which the Baltimore Ravens have lost.
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Flacco shoulders blame for Ravens’ 3-game slide (The Associated Press)
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indianapolis allowed one postseason-clinching chance to slip away at Houston.
Indy hoping to make most of 2nd chance at playoffs (The Associated Press)
BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Trent Richardson doesn’t think Nick Saban will follow him from Alabama to the Cleveland Browns.
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RB Richardson thinks Saban will stay at Alabama (The Associated Press)
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — It all began as an intriguing idea, the thought of Tim Tebow running around as an exciting spark for the New York Jets’ offense.
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Ryan says Jets, Tebow had bigger expectations (The Associated Press)
1. Julio Jones — OK, so maybe the young Mr. Jones hasn’t quite lived up to the lofty expectations fantasy owners had for him after Jones made the preseason look like child’s play. But he certainly hasn’t had a bad season, and maybe he can still carry some of his fantasy owners to titles. Jones owners who were involved in playoff games last week got two TD catches out of their athletic young pass catcher, along with six catches for 74 yards in the Falcons’ rout of the Giants. …
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Jones could have big game vs. reeling Lions (Pro Football Weekly)
Here is a look at the division leaders in key statistical categories after Week 15: PASSING YARDS Player: Peyton Manning, Denver Yards: 4,016 Comm…
By the numbers: Best in West