Horse Tracks 12/20/09 - Bruton expected to start in place of injured S Hill

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DB - Matchup: Broncos vs. Raiders - Broncos TV

DB - A Closer Look: Oakland Raiders - Gray Caldwell

DP - Broncos elevate Carter; waive Taylor - Jeff Legwold
"With the league’s practice squad rules Carter could be released Monday and re-signed to the Broncos practice squad once he clears waivers if they wish to bring Taylor back for additional offensive line depth."

LTC - Youngsters ready to contribute - Brian Howell

DPP - Playoffs? Thank Stokley - Woody Paige
"Should the Broncos beat the Raiders today and the Chiefs in the finale, and fall at Philadelphia in between, and should the Ravens and the Dolphins win their last three games, which is quite possible, the Broncos might be eliminated as an AFC wild card by dissimilar tiebreakers."

DPP - December the sore spot of NFL season - Jim Armstrong
"Rest assured, there are some current Broncos playing through injuries that will land them on a surgeon's table after the season."

DPP - Profile: Track background comes in handy for Broncos rookie Bruton - Lindsay Jones

DP - Fan-tastic send-off for Broncos' "Barrel Man" - Annette Espinoza
"No matter what the temperature, what the score, he was always positive," said former Broncos wide receiver Rod Smith. "He had heart and soul, and I'll never forget him."

PFW - Underutilized Scheffler may be stuck in Denver - AFC Whispers
"Sources familiar with Scheffler say they get the sense he would like to play in a different system, but he'll be a restricted free agent this offseason barring a new Collective Bargaining Agreement and may be stuck in Denver."

PFW - Orton’s success unlikely to alter Broncos’ approach - Dan Parr
"If no new CBA is in place before free agency begins, Orton will be a restricted free agent, and Denver will likely retain the 27-year-old by issuing him a one-year tender for a little more than $1 million. Sources don't expect other teams to risk losing draft picks by signing him to an offer sheet."

DB - There For The Taking - Mike Rice

DB - Carter Gets the Call - Kyle Sonneman

DPP - TE requires more respect - Mike Klis
"Five key Denver players — QB Kyle Orton, OLB Elvis Dumervil, WR Brandon Marshall, G Chris Kuper and TE Tony Scheffler — will have expired contracts at season's end. Barring a new NFL collective bargaining agreement, however, all will be controlled by the Broncos through restrictive free agency and could be subject to no more than one-year contracts worth $1 million to $3 million."

DPP - Unfamiliar faces get fresh look - Jeff Legwold
"Bruton is expected to start at safety in place of Renaldo Hill, who missed practice this past week because of an ankle injury."

DP - Is Bailey expendable? - Mark Kiszla

CSG - Broncos need more than Marshall in offense - Frank Schwab

CSG - Broncos: Three things to watch vs. Oakland - Frank Schwab

CSG - Broncos top 10: Greatest wins - Frank Schwab

GJS - Broncos in control of their own destiny in playoff picture - Rick Jussel

CBS4 - Broncos Fans Pay Tribute To Barrel Man - Andrea Lopez

AP - Broncos Fired Up For Charlie Frye, Raiders - Arnie Stapleton

FOX - Fearless Prediction: Raiders-Broncos
PREDICTION: Broncos 21-9

AFC West News

SFC - 3-back attack hasn't helped - David White

OT - Beating Broncos would serve Cable well - Jerry McDonald

SDUT - Norv Turner’s team peaking late again - Tim Sullivan

SDUT - Chargers learn to beat the elite - Kevin Acee

SDUT - Five things to watch: Chargers vs. Bengals - Jay Posner

KCS - Chiefs’ Charles has always believed in himself - Kent Babb

KCS - Chiefs are not just about Pioli, Haley - Jason Whitlock

KCS - Down economy and team losses toss Chiefs into tailspin - Bill Reiter

KCS - Chiefs bring back Bowe, put Savage on injured reserve - Kent Babb

NFL Results

NFL - Dallas Cowboys 24 at New Orleans Saints 17

NFL - Ripple effect of Cowboys' win could have far-reaching impact - Steve Wyche

NFP - Post Game Notes: Cowboys-Saints - Matt Bowen

NYT - Cowboys Expose Weaknesses in Saints’ Offense - Judy Battista

SI - Cowboys could be a real playoff force with efforts like this - Peter King

CBS - Prideful Cowboys quiet naysayers with big December win - Pete Prisco

NFL News

NYT - N.F.L. Suspends Its Study of Concussions - Alan Schwarz

NFL - East Coast snowstorm causes teams to adjust; game times changed

NFL - Holmgren declines offer to rejoin Seahawks in senior position

NFL - Ochocinco doesn’t want to be distraction over jersey

NFL - Redskins start their search for a new head coach; Gray interviews

NFL Opinion

NFP - Sunday at the Post - Mike Lombardi
"But as a high-ranking NFL official told me, it’s still Mike Shanahan in Washington, with his son Kyle and former defensive coordinator Bob Slowik in a yet-to-be-determined role. The only team that can derail this Shanahan train to D.C. is the Dallas Cowboys."

WP - ESPN reporting everything on Shanahan - Dan Steinberg

NYT - Are Too Many Domes Creating a Quality Mirage in the N.F.C.? - George Bretherton

SN - With season on line, Steelers face mirror image in Packers - Vinnie Iyer

SN - Remote Access: A Viewer's Guide to Week 15 - Vinnie Iyer

DPP - Stability at heart of Pats, Eagles success - Jeff Legwold

NYT - N.F.L.’s Disconnect Between Regular Season and Super Bowl - Stuart Miller

NYT - Jets’ Bart Scott Is the Last Word in Trash Talking - Greg Bishop

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