DP - Broncos practice moves outdoors - Mike Klis
"We want to work some on the kicking game in some bad conditions," said Broncos coach Josh McDaniels. "I know it may be windy and there's a possibility of rain in Baltimore. So we wanted to make sure we get out there and work in the cooler temperatures and just handle the ball and do the things that are going to be important on Sunday."
DPP - Broncos hit road with healthy squad - Lindsay Jones
"Assuming no player suffers a setback between this morning, when the team leaves for Baltimore, and kickoff Sunday, the Broncos will have no players inactive because of injury for the first time all season."
DPP - Analysis: Broncos center Wiegmann a true ironman - Jeff Legwold
Casey Wiegmann is about to make his 134th consecutive start.
DPP - Q&A: Who's preferable as a holder for field goals - the punter or backup quarterback? - Jeff Legwold
I used to think it was the QB to give you a chance on broken plays or fakes, but now I prefer the punter, who has all week to practice holding. Then again, if Chris Simms could get it down like Kubes did on the horrid snap at the end of The Drive II...
DB - A Valuable Commodity - Zach Eisendrath
Russ Hochstein and his versatility.
DB - Marshall Ready To Rival Ravens Attack - Chris Gentilviso
"After limited participation in Thursday’s practice, Ronald Fields (hamstring) and Brian Dawkins (hamstring) were both full participants in Friday’s practice."
AFC West News
SN - Yes, Peter Schaffer, Gay Slurs Are Offensive - Michael Tunison
Wow, LJ's agent is either REALLY dumb, or thinks everyone else is...
ESPN - 10 Spot: Too much Favre passing? - Adam Schefter
"Upset of the week: Denver over Baltimore -- all season, the Broncos have done everything people said they couldn't."
Y! - Favre rematch may be worthy of personal top 10 - Mike Silver
UGH. Silver puts the game that started the end of TD's career and its aftermath as one of the most memorable experiences of his career.
CBS - Peek at the Week: Rodgers can beat Favre ... if he gets protection - Clark Judge
"Basically, the Ravens must play a near-perfect game to win. They can't afford any gaffes, and they must force an opponent that doesn't turn the ball over to turn it over."