Horse Tracks 1/1/10 - Marshall out; Graham, Royal limited in return; Larsen, Law, Reid full participants; RIP Darrent Williams


Happy New Year, MHR Friends!! I hope you had a fun-filled NYE, and let's wish together for a better decade from the boys in Blue and Predominantly Orange. Thanks for reading as always, and enjoy the bowl games!

ESPN - Broncos scratch receiver Brandon Marshall with discord apparent - Bill Williamson

DB - Do-Your-Job Mentality - Zach Eisendrath
"After sitting out Wednesday’s practice session, Daniel Graham (knee) and Eddie Royal (head/neck) were limited participants on Thursday. Limited participants on Wednesday, Spencer Larsen (hamstring), Ty Law (hamstring) and Darrell Reid (knee), were all full participants on Thursday. Brandon Marshall (hamstring) did not participate in Thursday’s practice session after being a limited participant on Wednesday."

NFL Films - Week 17: Broncos vs. Chiefs Preview - Broncos TV

DB - Week 17 - Thu: McDaniels - Broncos TV

PFW - Dumervil: 'Tough decisions' ahead - Dan Parr
"I feel like out of 100, I'm maybe 70, 75 percent at playing the position and knowing what's going on. I'm going in the right direction, but yet I've still got a lot to go. That's the exciting thing about it. I feel blessed just being so far (along), but I know deep inside my capabilities aren't at the point of what I can achieve or where I want to go. I feel like I'm not there yet. That's motivation for me to want to compete and work harder and get better."
How's that for humility?

DPP - Broncos not likely to keep all of their stars in 2010 - Mike Klis
"If there is no CBA deal between the owners and players union, the Broncos would have the right to bring back such star players as Marshall, sack-specialist Elvis Dumervil, quarterback Kyle Orton, starting guard Chris Kuper and Scheffler on the cheap. As in one-year deals between $1.1 million and $3.043 million."

DPP - Marshall's absence would be huge - Jeff Legwold

DP - Remembering Darrent - Mike Klis

DB - Leading the Charge - Gray Caldwell

DB - It Is What It Is - Mike Rice

DB - A Few Minutes With Brandon Stokley - Broncos TV

DPP - Bowe's back, giving chiefs' offense a jolt - Jeff Legwold

CSG - Marshall sits out because of injury - Frank Schwab

AP - Broncos' Brandon Stokley Fined $25,000 By The NFL

KDVR - Broncos DE Vonnie Holliday on a season on the brink - Josina Anderson

KDVR - Broncos hoping clinched teams bench starters - Chris Tanaka

LTC - 2009 Sports Year in Review - Brian Howell

AFC West News

KCS - At defensive end, Chiefs look to stand pat - Kent Babb

KCS - Chiefs buzz: Not-like-family reunion - Adam Teicher
"Cornerback Brandon Flowers (shoulder) was moved into the full participation category after being a limited participant on Wednesday. Defensive end Alex Magee (hamstring) was also a full participant. Reserve offensive lineman Andy Alleman (back) did not practice."

SDUT - A quiet force - Kevin Acee

SDUT - Tolbert displaying his dependability - Acee & Jenkins

SDUT - Chargers get blackout extension - Jay Posner

SFC - Meaningless finale means auditions for next season - David White

OT - Tom Cable might have left Al Davis a choice between his coach and JaMarcus Russell - Steve Corkran

NFL News

NFL - Bills promote Nix to general manager; will coach follow?

NFL - Titans defensive coordinator fined $20K

NFL - Giants place Ross, Jacobs on injured reserve

NFL Opinion

NFP - Do you trust Sanchez on Sunday night? - Matt Bowen

SI - NFL players have mastered the art of footballisms - Ross Tucker

Y! - AFC wild-card contenders unworthy of berths - Mike Silver

ESPN - Playoff matchups every fan would want to see - Adam Schefter

Y! - Resolutions: CBA, rookie scale are priorities - Charles Robinson

Y! - Bengals won't lay down for Jets - Jason Cole

FH - Thursday-and-Long: Bengals' Mike Zimmer Perseveres - Dan Graziano

PFW - Niners' offense still sending mixed signals - Dan Arkush

FH - Will Isaac Bruce Cap Career With Appearance in St. Louis? - Nancy Gay

FOX - NFL Truths: Playoff system is flawed - Jason Whitlock

NFP - Pat Tillman's enduring life - Andrew Brandt


NYT - Week 17 N.F.L. Matchups - Mike Tanier

NFL - All four wild-card matchups could be Week 17 repeats - Steve Wyche

NFL - Rice-Morrison matchup could be critical as Ravens seek playoff spot - Gil Brandt

SN - NFL Week 17: Ten Bold Predictions - RealScouts

FH - NFL Picks, Week 17: New-Look Cowboys - Dave Goldberg

CBS - Peek at the Week: Finding juiciest stakes in Dallas - Clark Judge

ESPN - John Clayton breaks down the biggest NFL games of Week 17

SI - The Peter King Challenge
"Prediction: Denver Broncos 23, Kansas City Chiefs 13"


NFP - Diner morning news: Man of the Year is LaMonte - Mike Lombardi

CBS - Prisco's awards: Johnson runs away with Offensive POY

CBS - Judge's awards: Jets' Revis takes off with defensive honors

FH - It's Peyton, Not Tom, Who Is NFL's Player of the Decade - Nancy Gay

USAT - NFL's award season arrives in the New Year - Jarrett Bell


NFP - New Year's Day Bowl Primer - Wes Bunting

NFP - Leach, Tech had a simmering feud - Robert Boland

NYT - Tim Tebow, a Florida Icon, Is an N.F.L. Question Mark - Pete Thamel

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