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Champ Bailey Injury: Broncos Future Hall of Famer May Return to the Field Against Jaguars - Horse Tracks

It would be mighty fine if Champ Bailey were to play against the Jaguars. With a potential playoff preview coming up in Indianapolis the following week, it will be key for him to get some solid playing time at full speed before then.
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BTV Daily: Bailey Closer to Debut |
Champ Bailey was a full go during Wednesday's practice and could return to the line-up this week against the Jaguars.

Broncos News & Blogs

Champ Bailey Snags Interception In Practice, May Make Season Debut Against Jags - Predominantly Orange
It looks like Champ Bailey is ready to make his return against the Jacksonville Jaguars this week after suffering a foot injury in preseason and being sidelined ever since.

Peyton Manning exhibits mastery of all things offense - Denver Post
Denver Post NFL reporter Mike Klis responds to your questions in the Broncos Mailbag. In this installment, Mike tackles seven Qs, including one about legendary Denver athletes.

Manning stays on routine vs Jaguars; Woodyard, Ayers out at Broncos practice - Denver Post
With the NFLs worst team, Jacksonville, coming to town on Sunday, Peyton Manning isnt deviating from his weekly stance.

Broncos' Knowshon Moreno emerges as first-rate running back - Denver Post
The Broncos first-round draft pick in 2009, Moreno in his first three seasons and two games into his fourth had averaged a disappointing 50.5 rushing yards per game.

Jaguars coach Gus Bradley stays positive despite long odds vs. Broncos - Denver Post
After 10 minutes of listening to a recording of more Jaguars highlights than anyone knew existed, Jacksonvilles coach arrived on the line, ready with a foolproof excuse.

Knighton Preparing for Former Team |
Terrance Knighton knows what kind of players are in the Jaguars locker room and they aren't to be taken lightly.

Jones-Drew an Elusive Cat to Corral |
Broncos defenders said on Wednesday that Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew remains as dangerous as ever.

Clock Management Crucial in Cowboys Win |
The Broncos were able to leave Dallas on Matt Prater’s game-winning kick as time expired without turning the ball back to the Cowboys offense.

Broncos-Jaguars: Week 6 Game Capsule | Bronco Planet
Two teams at the opposite ends of the spectrum meet in Denver this Sunday. The undefeated (5-0) Broncos host the (0-5) Jacksonville Jaguars in a 2:05 pm MT kickoff aired by CBS. Ian Eagle will handle the play by play, Dan Fouts will add his biased and unwanted commentary and Shannon Sharpe will be there to keep them in line.

The Broncos will not overlook the Jaguars | Cover 32
The Denver Broncos are 5-0 and the Jacksonville Jaguars are 0-5. The undefeated team scored 51 points in their last game while the winless team has scored 51 points all season. Some consider Denver the best team in the NFL while most consider Jacksonville the worst.

NFL Week Six Bold Predictions: Peyton Manning the Merciful - NFL Mocks
A lot of important games for teams earmark week six of the NFL season. With futures teetering one way or another, what some predictions that could hold true through some of the more interesting contests?

Broncos Media

Manning: 'It's About This Week' |
Peyton Manning knows what the team has accomplished so far means little and that he pays no attention to how much the Broncos are favored to win.

Fox on Jaguars Prep |
Head Coach John Fox talks to the press after Wednesday's practice.

Locker Room: 'Records Don't Matter' |
Players talk about facing the Jaguars and the challenges they present.

Kurt Warner's top five quarterbacks - NFL Videos
See who Kurt Warner thinks are the best quarterbacks in the league right now, based on their performance so far this season.

AFC West Rival Roundup

Chiefs vs. Titans: The best and the worst - Arrowhead Pride
His Dirkness recaps the Chiefs 26-17 victory over the Titans with the best and worst moments of the week.

Travis Kelce's knee injury could cost him the entire season for the Chiefs - Arrowhead Pride
The injury saga of KC Chiefs rookie TE Travis Kelce has taken another twist. He could be out for the rest of the season.

Darren McFadden, Tony Pashos return - Silver And Black Pride
The first injury report for the Raiders vs Chiefs match-up is out. Most notable injury situations for the Raiders are the situations are running back and right tackle.

Chargers Film Study: Philip Rivers' Old Habits Die Hard - Bolts From The Blue
Was Rivers as good as his statline indicated? Jerome Watson thinks otherwise and takes a look into a few plays that could've and should've been converted by the Chargers Quarterback

San Diego Chargers place Mike Harris on Injured-Reserve - Bolts From The Blue
San Diego Chargers offensive tackle Michael Harris will miss the rest of the season with an ankle injury. It's a disappointing end to a promising season for the young player.

NFL News & Blogs

League of Denial forces NFL, doctors and players to rethink attitudues | The MMQB with Peter King
‘League of Denial’ is the clearest statement yet of football’s head-trauma problem. The next steps—for the NFL, the doctors and the players—will shape the game’s future

Jaguars-Broncos game no match for Bucs-Steelers in 1976 | The MMQB with Peter King
When it comes to the lowlights of the NFL's vast history, it doesn't get much lower than the 1976 Bucs. On the wrong side of the last mega-spread, they can teach these Jags about what it's really like to be outmatched.

Into the light: The minds behind 'League of Denial' -
There are doctors, in offices and labs and on NFL sidelines, writing papers or examining thin slides of torment-stained brain tissue or looking into the glazed eyes of NFL players. There are the players themselves, the ones playing this dazzling and dangerous game on Sundays.

Dan Snyder defends Redskins name, Matt Schaub still the Texans' starter -
Dan Snyder isn't backing down from criticism about the "Redskins" name and Gary Kubiak isn't backing away from Matt Schaub just yet. Those stories, plus more on Aldon Smith, Brandon Marshall and Geno Smith.

Tom Brady struggles, Alshon Jeffery emerges, and Lions get too cute -
Former NFL defensive end Stephen White is back with his Notebook from Week 5. This week, he looks at issues on both sides of the ball in New England, a hole in the Seahawks offense, and what to do in Houston with Matt Schaub.

Can the Ravens defensive line stop Aaron Rodgers? -
The Ravens and the Packers are both looking towards Sunday's game as a potential jump-start for their respective seasons. Aaron Rodgers will face one of the league's best pass rushes in what should be one of the best matchups of the weekend.

NFL won't let Brandon Marshall wear green shoes for Mental Health Awareness Week -
The NFL won't let the Bears wideout wear green shoes to promote awareness for mental illness, at least not if he wants to play.

Geno Smith honored for Week 6 performance vs. Falcons -
Geno Smith earned the highest honor of his young NFL career, being named AFC Offensive Player of the Week for throwing three touchdown passes against the Falcons.

Worthy of Canton? | National Football Post
There is one person on the Pro Football Hall of Fame ballot that always troubles me. Every time I read his name, I stop for a second to consider it and I’m left with this troubled feeling. I had the same reaction before I was a voter and it continues now. It got worse on Tuesday night as I watched Frontline’s "League of Denial" special on the NFL and concussions.

Road Warriors Sure to Prevail in Hostile Environments | Bleacher Report
It's tough to win road games in the NFL, but the teams that consistently find ways to get the job done in hostile environments usually end up playing deep into January—if not later.

Power Rankings, Week 5 |
A takeover at No. 2 and a newcomer to the Top 5 highlight the action at the sharp end of the ranks this week.

Advanced NFL Stats: Team Efficiency Rankings: Week 5
Take a look at this week's rankings and you might notice happening: as we move away from the small sample size caveat, teams are beginning to stratify themselves by tiers. Not only does this allow ESPN talking heads to scream about whether or not teams are "elite," but it also begins to validate some early-season surprises.

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