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Ayers' availability helps buoy Broncos - The Denver Post
It should be Robert Ayers who rides in on a white horse prior to the game Sunday between the Broncos and St. Louis Rams at Invesco Field at Mile High. After missing the Broncos' previous five games with a broken foot, Ayers will return to his outside linebacker spot.

Analysis: Rams' Jackson will get full attention of Broncos' defense - The Denver Post
You'll have to pardon Broncos defensive coordinator Don Martindale if he gets a little jumpy when folks talk about running backs these days.

Tebow's education continues - even on sideline - The Denver Post
Q: Any details to report on Tim Tebow and Josh McDaniels talking before the game? Was it heated or no big deal?

McDaniels faces video of Pats' Super Bowl fall - The Denver Post
Broncos coach Josh McDaniels has always said he wouldn't watch the Patriots' loss in Super Bowl XLII unless he had to.

Woody's Mailbag: The 100th Edition - The Denver Post
To my faithful readers around the world (and there are questions — including one today from Afghanistan — every week from everywhere and, seemingly, everyone): This is the 100th edition of Woody's Mailbag.

Broncos practice on Thanksgiving, McDaniels talks Rams - The Denver Post
Thanksgiving and football, the two are inextricably linked, and Broncos coach Josh McDaniels knows it.

Broncos' revival tied to Orton's response - The Denver Post
Kyle Orton stepped to an interview podium Wednesday morning and claimed responsibility for the problems that have plagued the Broncos' offense in the team's seven losses this season.

A Gronkowski Family Thanksgiving | All Things Broncos
Make sure to check Mike Klis’ piece in today’s Denver Post (buy a newspaper! Keep us employed!) about what Thanksgivings were like for the Gronkowski family when the five boys — three of whom grew into NFL players — were all at home.

Oakland Raiders sign former Broncos Jarvis Moss | All Things Broncos
The Oakland Raiders have signed former Broncos’ first-round pick Jarvis Moss.

NFL Game Center: Cincinnati Bengals at New York Jets - 2010 Week 12
Brad Smith's two long touchdown plays lifted the New York Jets past the Cincinnati Bengals, 26-10, Thursday night to keep the Jets tied atop the AFC East.

NFL Game Center: New Orleans Saints at Dallas Cowboys - 2010 Week 12
As Roy Williams ran toward the end zone, he realized the importance of his breakaway catch-and-run. Just hold onto it, he thought, and the Dallas Cowboys would pull off one of their greatest Thanksgiving comebacks. He even switched the ball from one hand to another to make sure he kept it from the defender in front of him.

NFL Game Center: New England Patriots at Detroit Lions - 2010 Week 12
Brady threw a season-high four touchdown passes, all in the second half, and the New England Patriots routed the Detroit Lions 45-24 on Thursday after trailing by 11 points late in the second quarter.

NFL Game Center: St. Louis Rams at Denver Broncos - 2010 Week 12
The storyline The Rams are fading, and the Broncos haven't played a meaningful game in weeks. Kyle Orton will keep chasing some offensive records, however. news: Chargers TE Gates returns to practice, leaves 'incredibly sore'
Antonio Gates, the San Diego Chargers' All-Pro tight end, was in pain as he tried to practice in a limited role Thursday. news: Redskins will face Vikings without top offensive, defensive stars
Washington Redskins safety LaRon Landry and running back Ryan Torain have been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings. news: Heimerdinger to work Sunday before starting cancer treatment
Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator Mike Heimerdinger is back at work and will call the plays Sunday when the team visits the Houston Texans before starting his treatment for cancer. news: League, union hold positive talks on proposed 18-game season
The NFL and the NFL Players Association met intensively Monday in New York, and collective bargaining negotiations might be starting to accelerate, a source with knowledge of the talks said Wednesday.

Black Eyed Peas to headline Super Bowl XLV halftime show - NFL -
The Black Eyed Peas will be the featured halftime performer at the Super Bowl.

Vince Young Reportedly Will Receive 2011 Roster Bonus From Titans -- NFL FanHouse
Apparently, Bud Adams is ready to choose quarterback Vince Young over head coach Jeff Fisher, if such a decision must be made.

Corey Williams, Chris Houston Call Out Lions Teammates After Loss -- NFL FanHouse
The Lions, 2-9 after a 45-24 loss on Thanksgiving Day to the Patriots, may have finally reached their breaking point. Following the game, Detroit defensive lineman Corey Williams and cornerback Chris Houston took turns calling out their teammates in the wake of a fourth straight loss.

NFL Week 12 picks including Packers-Falcons and Chargers-Colts - Peter King -
St. Louis Rams (4-6) at Denver Broncos (3-7) Josh McDaniels' Broncos are 5-15 in their last 20, and his support base is thinning. It's going to be downright bald if Sam Bradford comes to town, with Tim Tebow watching from across the way, and makes it 5-16.

Giants move Brandon Jacobs back atop running back depth chart - NFL -
Brandon Jacobs is once again the New York Giants' No. 1 running back.

Raheem Morris leads Buccaneers, the NFL's biggest surprise team - Jim Trotter -
Buccaneers cornerback Ronde Barber would feel the same momentary adrenaline rush as his teammates last year when new coach Raheem Morris addressed them the night before games. How could he not? Morris has a flair for public speaking. His personality is larger than the conference rooms his team occupies on Saturday nights, and his rapid-fire speech and colorful expressions can take you back to Sundays in church or childhood afternoons on the playground.

Atlanta Falcons' Roddy White, John Abraham return to practice - ESPN
Receiver Roddy White and defensive end John Abraham returned to practice Thursday for the Atlanta Falcons, but did not fully participate in the two-hour session.

Report: NFL, NFLPA make 'some progress' on CBA in 'encouraging' meeting - ESPN
The NFL and the players union made "some progress" during a meeting Monday, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press