A grim look at the life of a player that's out for the season.
" slipped into that starting spot! FEELING MYSELF! Swear they sayin lets get from another planet! HARD WORK DEF PAYS OFF" I'm friends with Jarvis Moss on facebook and he's saying he's nabbed a starting spot. It's good to see that he's citing his hard work on this to get there. The OLB battle should be a good one to watch this training camp....
Can't believe they are pulling this
"The Broncos were 6-0 last season when Harris suffered his big right toe injury early in game 7 against the Baltimore Ravens last Nov. 1. He returned five weeks later to play at Kansas City, only to re-injure the toe in the second offensive series. That time, X-rays revealed a fracture, which ultimately required surgery. The Broncos finished 8-8. Now that Harris is returning for the final two weeks of offseason practices, the Broncos are hoping to get center/guard Russ Hochstein (left knee) back for the start of training camp in late July and left tackle Ryan Clady (left knee) practicing again some time before the start of the regular season (Sept. 12 at Jacksonville)."
" During the team's recent OTAs, Royal worked out of the slot--a position that is much better suited to the 5-foot-10, 182-pound receiver's skill set... ...With his quickness off the line and snappy route-running, Royal should prove to be a dangerous weapon out of the slot. " Ed Thompson - FoxSports (see Point #7) Oh and the Dumb&Dumber segment that leads off is funny stuff.
Found it interesting that throwing motion was so little a concern for the QBs interviewed. (Tarkenton, Young, Harbaugh, Stewart)
Woody lavishes praise on McDaniels and offers some glimpses into his personality that I'd not heard before (i.e. "He [McDaniels] is genuinely shy.")
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Denver Broncos on Tuesday claimed linebacker Bruce Davis off waivers from New England, it was announced. He was waived by the Patriots on Thursday. Davis (6-foot-3, 252 pounds) is a second-year player who has seen time in five games for his career. He spent the majority of the 2009 season on New England’s practice squad after playing in five games as a rookie for Pittsburgh in 2008. He was drafted by the Steelers in the third round (88th overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft from UCLA. A first-team All-Pacific-10 selection as a senior at UCLA, Davis finished his Bruins career ranked second in school history with 29 sacks. He earned All-American accolades at Clear Creek High School in League City, Texas, and was born on Sept. 2, 1985.
LB Bruce Davis claimed off waivers from Patriots
Three in the top six, not bad!