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I've always been a big fan of Kuper, but ever since his narly ankle injury he hasn't been the same. At the time of the injury I felt it would take at least 18 months fully recover from it, so now is about the time I hoped he would be back to normal. Glad to have him back and I will be rooting for him to push for starting time.

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2013 Broncos Training Camp-The Kaptain’s Log Day 13 | Bronco Planet
My selected vantage point for this early morning practice is the 50 yard line. It is a beautiful sunny and clear sky presentation today. It portends to be rather warm though. The JUG’s machine is to my left at the 20 yard line. Ross Rasner is the first player to trot on to the field, followed by Ben Garland.

Kuper: 'I Feel Like a Football Player Again' |
After starting training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform list, Chris Kuper finally returned to the practice field Tuesday.

Denver Broncos Videos

Exclusive Highlights from Day 20 of Camp |
Deep touchdown passes and red area work drive today's exclusive training camp highlights.

Goal-Line Work Plus Kuper in Pads |
Short yardage and the return of guard Chris Kuper highlight Tuesday's practice.

Fox on Chris Kuper's Return |
Head Coach John Fox talks to the press after Tuesday's practice.

Sights and Sounds From Day 20 |
Sights and sounds from Day 20 of practice.

Latest on Denver Broncos LB Von Miller's appeal - NFL Videos
Albert Breer reports that the Denver Broncos feel good about where Von Miller stands in his appeals process as the linebacker's hearing approaches.

Denver Broncos News & Blogs

Broncos' Chris Kuper returns to practice, snaps to Peyton Manning - The Denver Post
After agreeing to a restructured contract with the Broncos, guard Chris Kuper participated in training camp for the first time this year on Tuesday and spent time snapping the ball to Peyton Manning.

Broncos' goal-line work at training camp brings out best in both sides - The Denver Post
Its never easy to tell what makes a coach happiest when one unit dominates another in a team drill.

Recapping Sirius XM Radio’s visit to Broncos camp - It's All Over, Fat Man!
Happy Tuesday, friends. On Monday afternoon, Tim Ryan and Pat Kirwan visited Broncos training camp, and held a very interesting four-hour show from Dove Valley.

Broncos' Omar Bolden Spreading Positive Attitude - Predominantly Orange
Not letting adversity curb ambition is something that Broncos’ cornerback Omar Bolden lives by.

AFC West Rival Roundup

Chiefs' Andy Reid on fast-paced offense: 'That's what we do' - Arrowhead Pride
Did anyone notice a faster offense last Friday night when the Andy Reid-led Chiefs took the field for the first time against the Saints? So did I.

The difference between the old Chargers offense and the new Chargers offense - Bolts From The Blue
Have you been wondering what will actually change in the San Diego Chargers offense this year? John Gennaro provides the simplest explanation possible.

Brice Butler earning first team reps, makes most of them - Silver And Black Pride
Brice Butler is seeing more and more time with the Raiders first team offense. And he isn't disappointing.

NFL News & Blogs

Where Is Titus Young? Who Is Titus Young? | The MMQB with Peter King
The troubled former Lions receiver’s behavior has left everyone who knows him dumbfounded. Is it mental illness, head trauma, drugs—or just a young man lost in his own world?

A.J. Jenkins, Fred Jackson are surprise candidates -
Every year there are a few surprising roster cuts made in the preseason. Let's look at five potential candidates for 2013.

NFL quarterback scouting, in terms of 1990s computer hardware -
Talk about Reid-only memory, huh, you guys? You see, Andy Reid sees quarterbacks in terms of turn-of-the-millennium computer hardware, and so do I.

Zero sum game, NFL preseason Week 1 -
Preseason football is a place of nothingness, where victories and defeats mean nothing and stats are wiped clean once the regular season starts. There are no winners or losers, so we are forced to review each matchup for what it is: a zero-sum game.

In NFL training camp, you're damned if you do (and if you don't) -
With the amount of injuries piling up in camp, it's easy to second-guess NFL coaches. But when it comes down to it, there's usually no one to blame but the game itself.

2013 NFL season win total predictions | National Football Post
Since hitting the board in late May, the full slate of 2013 NFL season win total offerings—both offshore and in Las Vegas—has undergone a noticeable facelift, as early bettors have made their opinions known with financial investments that will hopefully pay off come January.

Michael Vick, EJ Manuel among nine hot-button quarterbacks -
With Week 1 of the preseason in the books, Adam Schein assesses nine hot-button quarterbacks across the NFL. One obvious takeaway: The Philadelphia Eagles simply must roll with Michael Vick.

32 Observations: Preseason Week 1 |
Denver Broncos: Although Center Ryan Lilja was a backup, it didn’t look like he lost a step. He didn’t allow a pressure, and his +1.4 Run Block rating was second most for all centers.

Can Tampa Bay Win the NFC South With the Worst Passing Attack? | Football Perspective
I was not a big fan of Josh Freeman as a prospect — he was a mediocre college quarterback — but I think he can be a very good NFL quarterback. I wrote six paragraphs explaining why I liked Freeman in March, and nothing has changed since then.

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