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    - Emmanuel Sanders' injury flares up again -

    "Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders was a question mark going into last week’s preseason opener against the Seattle Seahawks, and he’s a question mark going into Sunday’s preseason game against the San Francisco 49ers.

    Sanders, who had sat out Monday’s practice before participating in Tuesday’s and Thursday’s work, was held out of Friday’s morning practice with a thigh injury.

    “I don’t know, we just take it one day at a time,’’ said Broncos head coach John Fox. “We thought the smart thing to do was to hold him out of practice [Friday]. We’ll see what tomorrow brings.’’

    It was a bit of a surprise Sanders played in the preseason opener after missing time with the injury -- he ended up playing 20 snaps in the 21-16 Broncos’ victory. And given the injury has flared up again, the Broncos may consider the most prudent move to be keeping him out of the 49ers game.

    Following Sundays game, the Broncos will practice for three days against the Houston Texans next week before a Sept. 23 game against the Texans. The Broncos starters will likely play into the third quarter against the Texans." ...

    http://espn.go.com/blog/denver-bronc...espnapi_public

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    Wow that's interesting that we're going to scrimmage for 3 days against Texas only to turn around and have our 3rd preseason game against them.... the one where the starters actually almost play the whole thing. That doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Then again, maybe the coaches can make it make sense somehow... seems odd to me
    The beatings will continue until morale improves....

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    • #3
      Originally posted by dizzolve View Post
      Wow that's interesting that we're going to scrimmage for 3 days against Texas only to turn around and have our 3rd preseason game against them.... the one where the starters actually almost play the whole thing. That doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Then again, maybe the coaches can make it make sense somehow... seems odd to me
      Of the three teams we could have done this against, SF-Sea-Hou, Houston makes the most sense.

      Also imo the Texans have a real good DL and it will be a good test for our OL
      Time to build on the win and grow the team from some solid play higher level of play

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      • #4
        Romeo Crennel knows how to play Peyton, will be interesting to watch.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by chad72 View Post
          Romeo Crennel knows how to play Peyton, will be interesting to watch.
          This is a very very good point.It may be the exact reason why Denver chose Houston as the team to practice with.

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