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Broncos cut Kevin Vickerson

Veteran defensive lineman Kevin Vickerson did not make the 53-man roster in Denver. Vickerson, who started 11 games last season for the Broncos, was cut today, according to Mike Klis of the Denver Post. The move comes as something of a surprise considering Vickerson’s status as a starter last season, but the Broncos are deep…

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PFT’s 2014 53-man roster cuts tracker

ARIZONA CARDINALS Arizona announced that the following players were cut: RB Zach Bauman, LB Marcus Benard, G Philip Blake, LB Jonathan Brown, WR Dan Buckner, C John Estes, DT Bruce Gaston, WR Brittan Golden, TE Andre Hardy, CB Jimmy Legree, CB Bryan McCann, T Kelvin Palmer, RB Jalen Parmele, DT Isaac Sopoaga, G Anthony Steen,…

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Friday morning one-liners

The Bills offense couldn’t find the end zone in the preseason finale. DT Garrison Smith made a strong final impression on the Dolphins. Patriots WR Aaron Dobson caught a touchdown in his first preseason action of the year. If WR Stephen Hill needed a strong game to make the Jets, he’ll have a hard time…

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Thursday morning one-liners

The Bills will get their first look at QB Jordan Palmer tonight. Dolphins RB Daniel Thomas is still fighting for his job. Patriots RB Jonas Gray is among the youngsters trying to make a good last impression. QB Matt Simms is in the driver’s seat for the third job with the Jets. The Ravens might…

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Wes Welker cleared to travel, not to play

As Broncos receiver Wes Welker recovers from a third concussion in his last 10 games, Welker has received medical clearance to travel to Dallas for the preseason finale against the Cowboys. According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, Welker has not yet been cleared to play. While the news constitutes tangible proof that Welker…

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PFT Live: Julius Thomas says Peyton Manning is like a coach out there

Denver’s TE Julius Thomas joins Mike Florio to talk about learning from Peyton Manning, how Wes Welker’s injury impacts the Broncos’ offense and which teammate he thinks will have a breakout season.

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Tom Savage gaining ground on Texans backup job

Texans rookie quarterback Tom Savage opened some eyes Saturday night in Denver, and coach Bill O’Brien admitted that he had gained ground on Case Keenum for the right to be their backup. O’Brien forgot to share that with Keenum, however. “I hadn’t heard that until you just told me,” Keenum¬†said, via Dale Robertson of the…

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Tuesday morning one-liners

The Bills shuffled things up on the right side of the offensive line. The Dolphins want a faster pace on offense. LB Steve Beauharnais is fighting for a roster spot with the Patriots. Jets LB Demario Davis thinks the team’s secondary is underrated. TE Owen Daniels was back at Ravens practice. The Bengals defense isn’t…

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John Fox: Broncos will take it slow with Wes Welker

Broncos coach John Fox will often begin answering injury questions with the phrase “I’m not a doctor, …” but on Monday he sounded almost like one. According to Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com, Fox was careful not to describe Wes Welker’s concussion as “mild.” “I can’t give a level. It’s just a concussion,” Fox said. “I…

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Broncos reach 75-man roster limit

Denver reached the 75-man roster limit a day early. The Broncos announced today that they made two more roster moves, waiving defensive tackle Cody Larsen and placing wide receiver Jordan Norwood on injured reserve. Neither move was unexpected; Norwood is a wide receiver and punt returner who suffered a torn ACL, and losing him could…

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Monday morning one-liners

Jerry Sullivan of the Buffalo News doesn’t think the Bills will break through this year. Looking back at the Dolphins offense’s performance on Saturday night. The competition for starting spots on the interior of the Patriots offensive line will go on. Jets WR Jalen Saunders is expected to play a lot on Thursday. S Anthony…

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Broncos making contingency plans for Welker absence

The Broncos think, or maybe it’s hope, that Wes Welker will be back after his latest concussion. But plans are being made, just in case. “We have a next-guy-up mentality around here,” wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders said, via Troy Renck of the Denver Post. “But we want to make sure Wes is good, because we…

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Winston Justice among first Broncos cuts

The Broncos are the latest team to announce a round of cuts ahead of Tuesday’s deadline to get to 75 players. There weren’t any major surprises among the 11 players Denver let go, but tackle Winston Justice’s release might qualify as a minor one. He signed a one-year deal to remain with the team in…

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Five questions: San Diego Chargers

Since Peyton Manning joined the Broncos in 2012, Denver has dominated the AFC West, rolling to a combined 26-6 regular season record. The Broncos have fattened up on their divisional foes, winning 12-of-13 against West competition. The only AFC West club to defeat the Broncos in this span? The Chargers, who won at Denver last…

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Prater’s suspension raises plenty of questions

One the surface, the news that Broncos kicker Matt Prater will be suspended four games under the substance-abuse policy doesn’t generate much curiosity.¬† For most players suspended under the substance-abuse policy, the first sign of any trouble comes via the news of a four-game suspension. Prater’s case has some unique facts that invite plenty of…

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