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Horse Tracks 12/19/09 - Buckhalter, Hill doubtful for Broncos; Law questionable

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DB - Week 15 - Fri: McDaniels - Broncos TV

DB - Woodyard Showing Support - Gray Caldwell
"The final injury report for this weekend’s game was released on Friday, and the Broncos have six players listed as probable for the matchup: David Bruton (quad), Elvis Dumervil (toe), Spencer Larsen (back), Knowshon Moreno (ankle), Richard Quinn (hamstring) and Tony Scheffler (ribs). Ty Law (hamstring) is listed as questionable for the contest, and Correll Buckhalter (ankle) and Renaldo Hill (ankle) are listed as doubtful."

DB - Redefining Sweet Sixteen - Chris Gentilviso
"Since joining the Broncos in Week 7, Berger has brought a 39.3 net average on 32 kicks. Over the last five games, he has recorded a net average of 40 yards or higher, tying a personal best."

DPP - Short-yardage plays not Broncos' long suit - Jeff Legwold

LTC - Like old times: After a slow start, Marshall is in fine form - Brian Howell

LTC - There are no ‘gimmes’ as Broncos navigate road to playoffs with caution - Brian Howell

DB - A Few Minutes With Knowshon Moreno - Broncos TV

DB - This Week in Gameday: Dec. 20, 2009 - Gray Caldwell

DPP - MVP of Broncos? Hard-hitting "Dawk" - Mark Kiszla

DPP - McFadden seeing bigger role in Raiders' air game - Lindsay Jones

DP - Russell is an afterthought - Jim Armstrong

CSG - Berger has important, unnoticed role as holder - Frank Schwab

CSG - McDaniels not worried about other AFC contenders - Frank Schwab

AP - Buckhalter likely to miss Raiders game

AFC West News

ESPN - Final Word: AFC West - Bill WIlliamson

NFP - Russell’s enormous cost to the Raiders - Andrew Brandt

SFC - Huge Raiders lineman must squeeze into new role - David White

OT - Raiders notebook: Denver Broncos' Champ Bailey not ready to yield 'best cornerback' title to Nnamdi Asomugha or Darrelle Revis - Steve Corkran

OT - Walker will start at LG - Jerry McDonald

OT - Looks like Miller is out - Jerry McDonald

NYT - Tall Receivers Help Chargers Elevate Passing Game - Billy Witz

SDUT - Bolts’ Siler gets first chance to start - Chris Jenkins

SDUT - Cincy cornerbacks are a hit - Kevin Acee & Chris Jenkins

KCS - Haley keeps going for it on fourth down - Adam Teicher

KCS - Chiefs notes | Blackout doesn’t bother Haley - Kent Babb

NFL News

NFL - Week 15 injuries

NFL - Friday Injury Reports

NFL - Holmgren will have decision for Browns 'sooner than later'

NFL - Guard Incognito among five players fined for Week 14 misconduct

NFL - Snow moves Bears-Ravens to 4:15 p.m. ET Sunday

FH - Lawrence Phillips Sentenced to 31 Years for Assault

NFL Opinion

ESPN - Sunday Countdown online: Your weekly NFL guide - Week 16

NFL - Steelers must get to Rodgers if they want to get a win - Pat Kirwan

NFP - Player's Picks: Week 15 - Matt Bowen

ESPN - 10 Spot: See ya next week - Adam Schefter

USAT - NFL coaching carousel is starting its spin - Jarrett Bell

CBS - Peek at the Week: Bengals' focus may be shaken in San Diego - Clark Judge

Y! - Brees going all-out for perfection - Jason Cole

Y! - Caldwell and Payton know what's best - Mike Silver

SI - Cowboys at Saints - Adam Duerson

SN - Week 15 NFL Announcing: Dreaming of a White Sunday - Dan Levy

NFL - 2009 season illustrates spending doesn't always mean winning - Jason La Canfora

NFP - Diner morning news: A change for the ‘Skins - Mike Lombardi

NFP - The reasons coaches move - Jack Bechta

FH - Atypical Jones Not Defined by Football - Thomas George

SI - Former NFL star Dave Pear is sorry he ever played football - Jeff Pearlman

NFP - NFP’s 2009 ACC all-prospect team - Wes Bunting

PFW - Youth prevails among DB talent - Nolan Nawrocki

RIP Chris Henry

NFL - True tragedy in Henry's death is we never got to see his full rebirth - Steve Wyche

SI - Bengals march on without Chris Henry; what to watch in Week 15 - Peter King

FOX - Henry's death hits home for lifelong friend - Mark Kriegel