Denver Broncos News: Horse Tracks - 11/11/12

A Mile High Salute to all the Veterans - Peter Aiken

Horse Tracks: Your Daily Cup of Orange and Blue!

Broncos at Panthers: Final Preview takes an in-depth look at the Sunday afternoon matchup between the Broncos and Panthers at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.

Great Preparation + Great Coverage = Sacks "
I’m looking forward to a great matchup this week against a tough offense led by one of the superstars in this league, Cam Newton.

Denver Broncos Videos

Monday Night Football Both Preview - ESPN Video - ESPN
Jon Gruden and Mike Tirico preview Chiefs at Steelers Monday, 8:30pm ET.

Denver Broncos Blogs

Broncos at Panthers: Game plan - The Denver Post
Opposing offenses have found some room pounding away at Panthers defensive tackle Ron Edwards, who often lines up over the center.

Broncos at Panthers: Five things to watch - The Denver Post
1. Don't let Cam get his groove back.

Paige: Panthers another step on Broncos Fox trot to 12 wins - The Denver Post
In a year of "normalcy" — John Fox's description — the coach's objective is a 12-4 record, which would be the Broncos' best since a 13-3 mark in 2005.

Denver Broncos coach John Fox has different way motivating players - The Denver Post
There is a book on John Fox, and there is usually a book on his nightstand.

Broncos Q&A: CB Tony Carter - The Denver Post
If Broncos fans hadn't been aware of Tony Carter before the Oct. 15, come-from-behind victory at San Diego, they surely must have been afterward.

Denver Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams to return to team Monday - The Denver Post
D.J. Williams will officially return Monday to the Broncos after the two sides recently agreed to a restructuring of his contract.

Division News

What went wrong in Kansas City? - AFC West Blog - ESPN
Monday night, a national audience will witness the Kansas City Chiefs, a team that has seen hope and promise wither into comparisons to some of the worst teams in NFL history.

Should Chiefs talk to M. Schottenheimer? - AFC West Blog - ESPN
It’s that time of year. Rumor time.

Romeo Crennel threatens his players with benchings for turnovers | ProFootballTalk
Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel is sick and tired of his team leading the league in turnovers, and so he has a new rule: If you turn the ball over, you’re benched.

Raiders activate Ron Bartell from IR, elevate a running back | ProFootballTalk
The decision to cut cornerback Pat Lee was indeed a precursor to the return of another cornerback from injured reserve.

Michael Huff likely to stay at CB - AFC West Blog - ESPN
It appears Michael Huff will stay at cornerback for the rest the season now that Oakland Raiders cut Pat Lee and put Shawntae Spencer on the injured reserve.

NFL News

Emmanuel Sanders angry with NFL, plans to appeal fake injury fine | ProFootballTalk
Steelers receiver Emmanuel Sanders obviously faked an injury to give his team a free timeout in Week Seven against the Bengals,

Gruden’s potential return will make production meetings delicate | ProFootballTalk
Along with the very specific report from Howard Eskin of WIP that former Raiders and Buccaneers coach Jon Gruden could be the next coach of the Eagles has come multiple more general reports that suggest Gruden is preparing a return to the NFL.

Miscellaneous Stuff

Should NFL coaches have 'complete control?' | National Football Post
It generally doesn't end well when coaches have control over player personnel.

NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post
Manning's effect on Broncos WRs, best reunited tandems and all the latest around the league.

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