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Von Miller calls block by Cowboys rookie Noah Brown “dirty” and “baffling”

Broncos linebacker Von Miller wasn’t happy with a low block thrown by Cowboys rookie wide receiver Noah Brown. He called the block “dirty” on Wednesday, via Troy Renck of Denver7, and “just baffling” on Thursday. Brown, making his NFL debut, didn’t wait long to leave a mark. On the Cowboys’ second play from scrimmage, an [more]

Defensive coordinators already knew blueprint to stop Cowboys

The Broncos did something no other team has done in the 17 games Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott have played together. (Elliott sat out the Week 17 game last season.) Denver stopped both. Prescott threw two interceptions, and Elliott rushed for a career-low 8 yards on a career-low nine carries. Now comes the ridiculous notion [more]

Garett Bolles returns to practice; Broncos haven’t ruled him out for this week

Broncos left tackle Garett Bolles left the field on a cart in tears Sunday, believing his season was over. He returned to practice Thursday the happiest player on the field. “It felt good today, and I was grateful,” Bolles said, via Nicki Jhabvala of The Denver Post. “When I came out here, it was definitely [more]

Ezekiel Elliott on lack of effort: I can’t do that; I can’t put that type of stuff on film

Ezekiel Elliott heard LaDainian Tomlinson’s criticism, and the Cowboys star running back didn’t dispute he showed a “lack of effort” on Chris Harris‘ interception. “I guess you could say it looked like that,” Elliott said Thursday in his first comments since Tomlinson’s criticism. “I would say I was just very frustrated, but that’s no excuse [more]

Marcell Dareus, Cordy Glenn not practicing Wednesday

The Bills are dealing with injuries on both the offensive and defensive lines as they head toward Sunday’s matchup with the Broncos. Coach Sean McDermott announced on Wednesday morning that defensive tackle Marcell Dareus, defensive end Shaq Lawson and left tackle Cordy Glenn will all sit out practice later in the day. The Bills are [more]

Chris Harris: Playing without T.J. Ward is still hard

The Broncos’ defense has played well after cutting safety T.J. Ward just before the start of the season, but that doesn’t mean they haven’t missed him. Broncos cornerback Chris Harris said on PFT Live that playing without Ward has been difficult. “It’s still hard,” Harris said. “Not being able to take the field, he just [more]

Broncos’ Brandon Marshall chides fans on Twitter confusing him for Giants’ Brandon Marshall

While New York Giants wide receiver Brandon Marshall was catching just one pass for 17 yards and dropping a critical throw in Monday night’s loss to the Detroit Lions, fans began tweeting their complaints and grievances at Brandon Marshall. Only the Brandon Marshall they were tweeting was, in some cases, not the Brandon Marshall they [more]

Huge Wednesday PFT Live is coming

Wednesday’s PFT Live features not one or two but three guests who also are current players. Relevant and impactful players, too. In addition to a two-part visit with Browns tackle Joe Thomas, Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones and Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. join the show. Each had interesting and compelling things to say, which [more]

With 10th career pick-six, Aqib Talib is No. 4 all-time

When Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib picked off a pass in one end zone and raced 103 yards to the other end zone on Sunday, he joined some very select company. That pick-six was Talib’s 10th career interception return for a touchdown. Only four players in NFL history have returned 10 interceptions for touchdowns. The NFL’s [more]

Jerry Jones defends Ezekiel Elliott’s lack of effort by pointing to other Cowboys

Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott has become a lightning rod for criticism after a perceived (actual) lack of effort following a pair of interceptions on Sunday. Owner Jerry Jones has opted not to join in the criticism, at least not specifically. The most glaring incident happened when Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. caught a tipped [more]

Cowboys-Broncos storm delay helps FOX cruise to ratings win

Lengthy weather delays during NFL games can be good for business, especially when they happen during a nationally-televised game that creeps into prime time. Via Austin Karp of SportsBusiness Daily, Sunday’s Cowboys-Broncos game on FOX generated a 16.1 overnight rating, up 18.38 percent from last year’s 13.6 on CBS for a Colts-Broncos game. That’s still [more]

Garett Bolles expected to miss a couple of weeks

Broncos left tackle Garret Bolles left Sunday’s win over the Cowboys on a cart after injuring his left ankle and there was a report on Sunday night regarding fear that the ankle was broken. Bolles’ wife said the hope was that the injury was just a high ankle sprain, however, and Mike Klis of KUSA [more]

Bills are sticking with quarterback Tyrod Taylor

The Bills weren’t very good offensively yesterday, but they were also playing one of the league’s better defenses. So they’re not making any changes. According to Jay Skurski of the Buffalo News, Bills coach Sean McDermott said he wasn’t replacing quarterback Tyrod Taylor despite yesterday’s dismal outing against the Panthers. “We have to stay with [more]

Jason Garrett: We needed consistent success passing and didn’t get it

The Cowboys flopped against the Broncos in Denver on Sunday in a 42-17 loss that marked the first time that they’ve been on the wrong side of a blowout since the arrival of running back Ezekiel Elliott and quarterback Dak Prescott. Elliott had his lowest production as a pro with eight yards on nine carries [more]

Broncos seeing signs of stardom from Trevor Siemian

He hasn’t become a national sensation yet, but Trevor Siemian is growing quite a following inside his own locker room, where the Broncos think their little-known quarterback has the makings of a star. After thrashing the Cowboys 42-17 yesterday, the Broncos hailed the play of the former seventh-round pick, for being exactly the kind of [more]

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