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John Fox and Derek Wolfe back with Broncos - Horse Tracks - 12/3/13

After undergoing open heart surgery to replace his aortic valve, John Fox is back as head coach for the Broncos after just a month of recovery. Derek Wolfe is also back with the team.

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Derek Wolfe released from hospital, returns to Broncos after seizure-like symptoms - The Denver Post
What the Broncos have learned about seizures is they are as mysterious as they are frightening.

John Fox returns to work as Denver Broncos' head coach - The Denver Post
After the Broncos coach returned to his team Monday four weeks after his aortic valve replacement surgery, players rattled off what they had missed about him.


Next Day Notebook: at Chiefs
Montee Ball rushes for 100 yards, Champ Bailey returns and Wesley Woodyard pulls in his first interception of the season.

Denver Broncos: Week 13 Game Balls - AFC West - NFL News - Pro Football Spot:: NFL, NFL Draft, and Fantasy Football News - Pro Football Spot Forums
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Chiefs see how real contender gets job done in loss to Broncos - ESPN
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The day began with the Kansas City Chiefs entertaining visions of regaining a grasp on the AFC West race. It ended in frust

Hochman: Broncos' Knowshon Moreno tears up, and Montee Ball tears it up - The Denver Post
These weren't tears. This was precipitation. Knowshon Moreno's tear-duct deluge sped south like a luge, and a day later, he was the talk of the town the town crier.

Moreno Expands on Pregame Emotions
Running back Knowshon Moreno discussed what CBS' cameras caught at the end of Sunday's National Anthem.

John Fox returns to Denver Broncos after "longest bye week in history" - The Denver Post
After four weeks away, John Fox returned to the Broncos on Monday, after what he called the "longest bye week in history.

Watching Games Hardest Part for Fox
Head Coach John Fox said Monday that watching the games away from his team was the most difficult part of his absence.

Fox Back, Feeling 'Tremendous'
Head Coach John Fox made his return to coaching at Dove Valley Monday morning.

Decker, Thomas Host Shopping Spree
The two wide receievers hosted their 4th Annual Holiday Shopping Trip Monday.

Players Happy for Fox's Return
The Broncos players were happy to see Coach Fox back in Dove Valley.

Injury Won't Keep Vickerson from Leading
Despite being placed on injured reserve last week, defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson said he will continue to stand by his Broncos teammates.

AFC West

Upon Further Review: Chiefs Week 13 - AFC West Blog - ESPN
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- An examination of four hot issues from the Kansas City Chiefs' 35-28 loss to the Denver Broncos: Trouble at cornerback: After pla

Upon Further Review: San Diego Chargers Week 13 - ESPN
SAN DIEGO -- An examination of four hot issues from the San Diego Chargers' 17-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Home-field disadvantage: Since 2011

Upon Further Review: Broncos Week 13 - AFC West Blog - ESPN
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – An examination of four hot issues from the Denver Broncos’ 35-28 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. Double dip: The Bron

It's time for Kansas City Chiefs to bench Marcus Cooper - ESPN
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Rookie Marcus Cooper may still go on to become a fine NFL cornerback. He played well enough over a long stretch in the season&rsqu

Mike McCoy: Slumping Chargers still believe - ESPN
SAN DIEGO -- For San Diego Chargers coach Mike McCoy, his team’s 4-3 record at the bye week seems like a distant memory. "Yeah, it does,&

Jared Veldheer holds up in the trenches - AFC West Blog - ESPN
ALAMEDA, Calif. -- The rust that inhabited Oakland Raiders left tackle Jared Veldheer last week against the Dallas Cowboys as he made his season debut


Antonio Smith: I was joking about Patriots spying -
Houston Texans defensive end Antonio Smith told reporters Sunday it felt like the New England Patriots were "spying" or "scouting" his team. One day later, Smith said he was just joking.

Chip Kelly: Nick Foles is Eagles QB for next 1,000 years -
Nick Foles' job is safe for the rest of the season -- at the very least. A testy Chip Kelly quipped to reporters Monday that Foles will start at quarterback for the Eagles for the "next 1,000 years."

Mike Tomlin: 'Crazy' to think I purposely got in path -
Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin cares not for your theories he purposely got in the way of Baltimore Ravens kick returner Jacoby Jones.

NFL: Play should have been stopped in Giants-Redskins -
NFL VP of officiating Dean Blandino admitted Monday that referee Jeff Triplette and his crew made multiple errors late in Sunday night's Giants-Redskins game. But Triplette is not expected to be suspended.

Lions kick tires on Kickalicious, but stick with Akers | ProFootballTalk
As the Lions' kicking game continues to struggle, the team is at least checking on the availability of replacements. But for now, they're sticking with David Akers.

Belichick: Benching Ridley not about sending a message | ProFootballTalk
Patriots running back Stevan Ridley was benched after fumbling in the first quarter last week against the Broncos and was inactive on Sunday in Houston, but Bill Belichick says he's not trying to send Ridley a message.

Arians contacts league office about "many problems" with officiating | ProFootballTalk
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians didn't blame the officiating after Sunday's loss to the Eagles, but today he acknowledged that he wants answers from the league office about some key calls that hurt his team. Arians said today that there "were obviously very many problems" with the officiating.

Rex Ryan: I believe in Geno | ProFootballTalk
Geno Smith and David Garrard let the cat out of the bag about Smith starting against the Raiders this week early on Monday and coach Rex Ryan confirmed it during his afternoon press conference. "I'm going to go with Geno as our quarterback," Ryan said, via the team's website. "I believe in Geno.

Seahawks take control of the NFC with dominant win over Saints | ProFootballTalk
The road to the Super Bowl in the NFC will almost certainly go through Seattle. And as the Saints found out the hard way tonight, Seattle is a tough place to play.