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Horse Tracks: Von Miller Deserved His Suspension; Cheaters Never Should Prosper

Dude knew his sample would be dirty and found a way to cheat the system. Six games sounds pretty lenient if you ask me. I won't let my Broncos homerism get in the way here, because I'd be livid if some star player on a rival got a slap on the wrist for something like this.

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Von Miller of Denver Broncos, urine collector tried to cheat test - ESPN
Suspended Denver Broncos Pro Bowl linebacker Von Miller unsuccessfully attempted to corrupt the NFL's drug-testing program with the help of a urine collector before each was caught in a matter that will affect how the NFL's collection testing procedures are done moving forward, league sources said.

Broncos News & Blogs

Duke Ihenacho a pleasant surprise on the Broncos' defense - The Denver Post
Having logged 18 tackles in the first two games of the season, safety Duke Ihenacho has been one of the pleasant surprises on the Broncos defense.

Paige: Off the record, can the Broncos go undefeated in 2013? - The Denver Post
The Broncos could attain perfection this season, but would they be better off with imperfection? Hello, Dali.

Special speed has helped turn tiny Trindon Holliday into a big hit in Denver - Denver Post
For talented kick returners, attention can be a double-edged sword. Theyre largely overlooked unless they score a touchdown or commit a fumble.

Breaking Down Pryor's Biggest Threat |
Independent analyst Andrew Mason takes a closer look at what Raiders QB Terrelle Pryor brings to the field.

Ball's Rookie Journal: Addressing a Mistake |
In his latest blog entry, rookie RB Montee Ball addresses his fumble in Week 2 and preparing for the rival Raiders on Monday Night Football.

Breaking Down the Raiders Pass Rush |
The Raiders are currently tied for the league lead in sacks. Independent analyst Andrew Mason takes a look at how Oakland has accomplished that feat.

Champ Bailey improves to "questionable" for Raiders game - Denver Post
Star cornerback Champ Bailey, who missed the Broncos first two games because of a left foot injury he suffered in the preseason, is listed as questionable for Monday nights home game against Oakland.

Bronco Bites: Rending The Raiders | Bronco Planet
It’s Raider week in the Mile High city, where the Broncos will take on the Black Hole denizens on Monday Night. This will be the 17th Monday Night affair between these two division rivals. The Broncos have the edge in the series, with an 8-7-1 record. So what’s on the menu this week?

Sacks Come From All Angles for Raiders, Broncos Up for Challenge - Predominantly Orange
The Oakland Raiders have nine new starters on defense, but it hasn’t taken them long to come together. They lead they NFL with nine sacks.

Broncos Media

Preview: Oakland Raiders vs. Denver Broncos |
NFL Films previews the Week 3 matchup between the Broncos and Raiders.

Manning, Broncos Support Flood Relief |
The Broncos donated $50,000 and some joined a telethon to encourage Coloradans to support flooding victims.

Top 10 Games to Watch: Week 3 |
The Broncos don't play until Monday Night Football. We count down the games to watch on Sunday.

AFC West Rival Roundup

The San Diego Chargers will win against the Tennessee Titans - Bolts From The Blue
Three reasons to be optimistic about the San Diego Chargers heading into their game against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.

Dennis Allen should post this in the locker room - Silver And Black Pride
The only question I have here is whether or not Peyton Manning can throw another seven touchdowns. I'd say John Fox should sit him in the second half, but there's not much risk of injury against the Raiders defense. But at least we'll get to hear Jon Gruden talk about Terrelle Pryor.

Lamarr Houston wants to be career Raider, team trying to make that happen - Silver And Black Pride
Raiders defensive end, Lamarr Houston, said recently he wants to be with the Raiders his entire career. The Raiders are working to help make that a reality.

The Pryor Effect on Darren McFadden's rushing - Silver And Black Pride
Week 1 was Pryor's week to shine and he did so, busting out with a huge rushing day. In Week 2, though, Pryor was held relatively in check. Fortunately for the Raiders, it was Darren McFadden to the rescue, breaking out for the big day that fans have been waiting for ever since that injury that sidelined him in 2011.

Andy Reid on the KC Chiefs 'dominant' defense, 'young' o-line and more - Arrowhead Pride
KC Chiefs head coach Andy Reid spoke with the media on Friday, one day after the Chiefs 26-16 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. A few highlights of the media conference call below.

NFL News & Blogs

Trent Richardson trade in perspective -
The Browns have another first-round pick for 2014, and the Colts have a running back. How do you assess the value of the season's first blockbuster trade?

NFL Week 3 weather forecast: Weather looks good for most games -
SB Nation weather contributor and meteorologist Brian Neudorff breaks down the weather for the Week 3 NFL games this weekend.

Know the score: Previewing the Week 3 matchups -
Aaron Rodgers and the Packers pay a visit to Cincinnati in what should be this week's biggest game. Know the score takes a closer look at that one and the other Week 3 matchups, even the Raiders at Broncos.

NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post
The headline news of the past week, the Cleveland Browns’ stunning trade of second-year tailback Trent Richardson to the Indianapolis Colts, has been studied and analyzed from just about every angle. There have probably been autopsies—hold the jokes, please, about the Browns burying their chances for respectability in 2013 with the move—in which there was less cutting and probing.

Favored to win or lose every game? | Football Perspective
Six teams — the ’98 Broncos, ’95 Cowboys, ’94 49ers, ’91 Redskins, ’84 49ers, and ’79 Steelers — were favorites in every game and won the Super Bowl. The ’97 49ers have the distinction of being the only team to be favored in every game during the regular season and be an underdog in the playoffs: that happened in the NFC Championship Game against the Packers.

Highlighting Pivotal Divisional Battles | Bleacher Report
Winning divisional games is of utmost importance in the NFL, and the stakes are even higher when playing in front of a national audience on Sunday Night Football.

Week Three Picks and Top Matchups: Can Cincy Protect Home Field? - NFL Mocks
The Broncos need to stay focused for this game, a rivalry game that has become one-sided with the addition of Peyton Manning. Denver’s offensive attack will likely prove to be too much for Oakland, but the Raiders are the league leaders in rushing and sacks.

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