Excitement is building on the Broncos’ road to the Super Bowl. It starts with the big playoff game this weekend. 4 On Your Side Money Saver Suzanne McCarroll found on Tuesday prices for the game are dropping.
Broncos/Ravens Ticket Prices Drop Slightly For 2 Reasons
While the debate over Robert Griffin III’s injuries continued Tuesday, his abbreviated performance against the Seattle Seahawks was ratings winner.
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NFL roundup: Andrews backtracks on Griffin; Seahawks-Redskins draws big ratings (The SportsXchange)
The Denver Broncos road to the Super Bowl continues against the Baltimore Ravens this Saturday, and fans are ready. But with all the excitement comes a warning to watch out for ticket scammers.
Broncos Ticket Scammers Step Up Their Game During Playoffs
Denver running back Willis McGahee returned to practice Tuesday for the first time since suffering a knee injury Nov. 18 against San Diego. He is elig…
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McGahee gets back to practice
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — There’s a new ”Gloved One” – in Denver, at least.
Manning goes with glove as weather gets frightful (The Associated Press)
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Nobody knows the value of right guard Chris Kuper’s presence like Peyton Manning.
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Broncos G Kuper ready for 1st playoff appearance (The Associated Press)
DENVER (CBS4) – Denver Broncos safety Mike Adams is a 9-year veteran of the NFL and on Saturday he will be playing in his first-ever playoff game. It’s safe to say, he’s very excited. “It feels great, you know, right about now I’d be on a beach somewhere drinking a mai-tai,” Adams said on Xfinity Monday Live! “It’s great to be playing now, finally getting those goals reached. Everybody’s ultimate goal is to have the confetti come down and get that trophy. It’s a great feeling knowing that I’m a step closer to it.” Adams spent the bulk of his career with the Cleveland Browns, a team that hasn’t done well in the NFL in years. Part of the reason Adams wanted to come to Denver was to be playing in January. “That was the main goal,” he said. “Coming here, it was a great choice … and I don’t regret it — none of it.” The Baltimore Ravens come to Denver for the second AFC divisional playoff round with revenge on their minds after the Broncos beat them 34-17 in Week 15. Not a lot of people know that Adams is actually good friends with Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. “We’re both Delaware Blue Hens … that’s my boy, but come (Saturday) we both have a goal on our minds and hopefully we come out with that victory,” Adams said. “Hopefully he plays alright, or whatever, but we come out with that win.” Adams said Flacco’s style reminds him of Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. “He has a big arm, he can make all the throws, he can be on one hash and throws it opposite field, he’s accurate,” Adams said. “You can’t take anything away from him, but we’re up for that challenge as well. We contained him, we did a good job against him the first time and we plan on doing it again.” It will be Adams’ job to keep Ravens receivers Anquan Boldin and Torrey Smith from having a big game. In Week 15 in Baltimore the Broncos secondary shut them down. Smith was ineffective and they actually held Boldin without a catch. “We just played hard, we just stayed within our technique, and I thought we had a great scheme. The coaches came up with a defensive package that held up,” Adams said. “We didn’t do much adjusting at halftime. We just stuck with the game plan and did well.” The Broncos host the Ravens on Saturday. Kickoff is at 2:30 p.m. on CBS4. – By Matthew J. Buettner, CBSDenver.com Watch more of the video with Mike Adams in the Xfinity Monday Live! section .
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9-Year NFL Vet Mike Adams Ready For His First-Ever Playoff Game
The Arizona Cardinals announced Tuesday that they promoted Steve Keim to general manager.
Cardinals promote Keim to GM (The SportsXchange)
After a week-long search, the Arizona Cardinals announced that they have promoted vice president of player personnel Steve Keim to fill their vacant general manager position . The Cardinals fired longtime general manager Rod Graves, along with head coach Ken Whisenhunt, on Dec. 31 after the Cardinals lost 11 of their final 12 games during the 2012 season to finish with a 5-11 record. Graves was with the organization for 16 seasons and was the team’s GM since 2007. Over his tenure, the club reached the Super Bowl (a loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLIII), but missed the playoffs the last three seasons and have failed to adequately address the quarterback position since the retirement of Kurt Warner following the 2009 season. Keim’s first priority will be assisting team president Michael Bidwill in the team’s search for a head coach. Thus far, the Cardinals have interviewed current defensive coordinator Ray Horton and Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy and have received permission to interview Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley and Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden. A second priority for Keim will be addressing the Cardinals’ quarterback position.
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Steve Keim named general manager of the Arizona Cardinals (Shutdown Corner)
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — The Arizona Cardinals have promoted Steve Keim to general manager.
Cardinals promote Steve Keim to general manager (The Associated Press)