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How have I not come across this yet?


Mile High Report tends to be a great place for all things Broncos. Yet there was an article on the Yahoo Sports about Kevin Vickerson. In the article it stated that Vickerson had lost almost 30 pounds from the end of last season. He has gone from 321 lbs to 285 lbs. I waited a little while to see if anyone would post on it and to my surprise no one has posted anything on this. My assumption from my meaderings in the FanPosts was the Big Vick was going to play the NT in our 4-3 and we would get someone else to play the UT (I could be wrong but that's just my interpretation). Do any of think that with all this weight loss Vick will be playing the UT? Are you guys worried about all this weight loss? Let me hear your thought because I thought this was really interesting and wanted to discuss this all with you. And just in case you think I might be pulling this out of thin air, here's a link to the article                                                                             http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=nfp-20110515_kevin_vickerson_has_dropped_30_pounds_since_last_season

This is a Fan-Created Comment on MileHighReport.com. The opinion here is not necessarily shared by the editorial staff of MHR

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