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Everything you need to know for Packers vs. Cowboys in Week 5
The last time the Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers played was the divisional round of the 2016 playoffs. That game saw the Packers come out on top, 34-31, and the Cowboys go into their Week 5 matchup seeking revenge. The game will begin at 4:25 p.m. ET on FOX (live streaming via Fox Sports GO). Green Bay had a last-second completion followed by a field goal in the fourth to give them the win over the Cowboys in that playoff game. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers had 355 yards and two touchdowns through the air, along with one interception. Dak Prescott had 302 yards, three touchdowns and an interception for the Cowboys. Notably, running back Ezekiel Elliott had 125 yards on the ground for the Cowboys. [...]
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The Squeeze: How the Broncos spent their bye week
A concentrated look at the recent juice on the Denver Broncos. [...]
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Broncos Injury Report: Lynch to have throwing session, Butt and Ray expected at practice in a week
Three Broncos who have spent the early part of the season recovering from injuries are expected to take part in football activities soon. [...]
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Video shows former CSU Rams assistant Chris Foerster snorting white powder; Miami Dolphins investigating
Provided by the NFLIn this handout image provided by the NFL, Chris Foerster of the Miami Dolphins poses for his NFL headshot circa 2017. MIAMI — The Miami Dolphins are aware of an internet video that apparently shows offensive line coach Chris Foerster snorting an unknown powdery substance while at work at some point in his NFL career. The team is not commenting but league sources say there will be an investigation about the video and Foerster’s fate with the Dolphins will be decided as early as Monday. “We were just made aware of the video and will have no comment at this time,’ a team spokesman said Sunday night. The video clearly shows Foerster’s face. A club source confirmed that is Foerster on the video. Foerster played center for the Colorado State Rams from 1979-82 before joining them as a graduate assistant coach in 1982. He was CSU’s offensive line coach from 1983-87. It is unclear how old the video is, where it originates from, and how an outside party got hold of it. It is entirely possible the video is of Foerster but not while he was with the Dolphins. That, by the way, might not matter as Foerster’s job is now clearly on the line. A source familiar with the layout of offices within the Dolphins facility told The Miami Herald late Sunday that is a Dolphins office and those are the type of desks in those offices. Foerster has worked 24 seasons in the NFL for eight teams. He’s had two stints with the Dolphins, including this latest stint under coach Adam Gase which began in 2016. “Hey babe, miss you, thinking about you,” Foerster begins in the video. “How about me going to a meeting and doing this before I go?” Foerster then snorts the substance into his nose though a rolled up $20 bill. The team’s assistant coach then notes “those big grains falling,” as part of the substance he’s snorting from the first of three lines fall back onto his desk. “What do you think, I’m crazy?” Foerster asks after snorting the second line. Then Foerster says, “It’ll be a while before we can do this again. Because I know you have to keep that baby. But I think about you when I do it. I think about how much I miss you. How high we got together. How much fun it was.” Related ArticlesOctober 9, 2017 Former CSU Rams assistant Chris Foerster resigns position with Dolphins following video, is seeking help October 8, 2017 Chiefs remain unbeaten with win over Texans October 8, 2017 Cam Newton on sexist comment: “Sarcasm trying to give somebody a compliment” October 8, 2017 Texans star J.J. Watt breaks left leg against Chiefs October 8, 2017 Joe Flacco, Ravens beat Raiders without injured QB Derek Carr Then Foerster, a smile on his face, announces “last little bit, before I go to my meeting.” Foerster then sniffs last of the three lines. And then he puts some on his pinky finger and licks it off while using an expletive about female genetalia. The 56-second video is already on Facebook and other social media sites. Foerster was unavailable for comment. Offensive line assistant Chris Kuper, who played professionally for the Denver Broncos including when Gase was the offensive coordinator, would be a candidate to take over the offensive line coaching duties if/when Foerster is removed. [...]
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Former CSU Rams assistant Chris Foerster resigns position with Dolphins after powder-snorting video
Provided by the NFLIn this handout image provided by the NFL, Chris Foerster of the Miami Dolphins poses for his NFL headshot circa 2017. DAVIE, Fla. — Miami Dolphins offensive line coach Chris Foerster resigned Monday and said he was seeking medical help after a social media video surfaced appearing to show him snorting three lines of a white powdery substance at a desk. Hours after the 56-second video was posted on Facebook and Twitter, Foerster announced his resignation in a statement released by the team. “I am resigning from my position with the Miami Dolphins and accept full responsibility for my actions,” he said. “I want to apologize to the organization, and my sole focus is on getting the help that I need, with the support of my family and medical professionals.” It’s unclear when or where the video was made, or how it became public. Foerster, 55, has been an NFL assistant since 1992 and joined head coach Adam Gase’s staff in Miami last year. Foerster played center for the Colorado State Rams from 1979-82 before joining them as a graduate assistant coach in 1982. He was CSU’s offensive line coach from 1983-87. “We were made aware of the video late last night and have no tolerance for this behavior,” the team said in a statement that accompanied Foerster’s resignation announcement. “After speaking with Chris this morning, he accepted full responsibility and we accepted his resignation effective immediately. Although Chris is no longer with the organization, we will work with him to get the help he needs during this time.” The video appears to show Foerster and the powdery substance on the desk. The man is holding a rolled-up $20 bill in his right hand, and appears to adjust the camera with his left hand. “Hey babe, miss you, thinking about you,” he says. “How about me going to a meeting and doing this before I go?” He then snorts the substance into his nose though the $20 bill and notes “those big grains falling” as residue lands on the desk. Related ArticlesOctober 9, 2017 Video shows former CSU Rams assistant Chris Foerster snorting white powder; Miami Dolphins investigating October 8, 2017 Chiefs remain unbeaten with win over Texans October 8, 2017 Cam Newton on sexist comment: “Sarcasm trying to give somebody a compliment” October 8, 2017 Texans star J.J. Watt breaks left leg against Chiefs October 8, 2017 Joe Flacco, Ravens beat Raiders without injured QB Derek Carr “What do you think, I’m crazy?” Foerster asks after snorting the second line. “Ah, no, babe. “It’s going to be a while before we can do this again … ” he says, “But I think about you when I do it. I think about how much I miss you, how high we got together, how much fun it was. So much fun.” Before snorting the final line he says, “Last little bit before I go to my meeting.” The video surfaced hours after the Dolphins (2-2) beat Tennessee 16-10 on Sunday. Foerster’s line has played poorly this season, and the Dolphins rank last in the league in points and yards per game. [...]
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Eye on the Giants: New York to arrive in Denver still seeking first win of 2017
New York Giants at Denver, 6:30 p.m., Sunday, KUSA-9. For the record: The Giants, who suffered a 27-22 loss to the Chargers on Sunday, are one of three NFL teams that have yet to win a game. New York may be snakebitten at this point. The Giants have suffered three of their five losses by five points or fewer. Who’s hot: Landon Collins. The safety has been one of the team’s few bright spots. He leads the Giants in tackles with 37, and he’s had three passes defensed and one forced fumble. Who’s not: Take your pick. The Giants have been unable to muster any offensive consistency. Their running game is the third worst in the league (77.8 yards per game), and the offensive line has given up 13 sacks. Veteran QB Eli Manning has struggled throughout the season. Related ArticlesOctober 7, 2017 Broncos’ Von Miller hangs with fans, takes orders at Texas A&M bar October 7, 2017 Kickin’ it with Kiz: If Broncos are serious Super Bowl contenders, it’s time to make deal for offensive tackle October 6, 2017 The Broncos’ defense has been a run-stopping force. But here’s “the crazy part” … October 6, 2017 Broncos’ Max Garcia named NFLPA’s Week 4 Community MVP October 6, 2017 Von Miller: When it comes to sack dances and celebrations, I’m a seasoned vet Key stat: Four. The number of Giants wide receivers who left Sunday’s game due to injury. The worst loss was star Odell Beckham Jr., who will likely miss the rest of the season after suffering a fractured right ankle. Former Broncos WR Brandon Marshall also suffered an ankle injury. FYI: The Giants’ leading rusher this season is Orleans Darkwa, who has 122 yards — in five games. No other Giants running back has reached the 100-yard mark on the season. Streaking: The Giants are off to their worst start since losing their first six games to begin the 2013 season. This is the fourth time the team has lost at least five consecutive games to begin a season. The team’s worst start came in 1976, when it lost its first nine games. Playerspeak: “It’s crazy. I’ve never seen that before.” — Justin Pugh, Giants offensive lineman, on the team losing four wide receivers to injury in the same game. [...]
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Week 5 Early Games – Live Blog
Here are the games Broncos Country should pay close attention to during the early game slot. The Denver Broncos will enjoy their week off at home like the rest of us. As the early games get rolling, these are the games most of them will probably be paying closer attention to. Buffalo Bills (3-1) at Cincinnati Bengals (1-3) You would watch any team you recently lost to, especially if they own any potential tiebreaker with your team down the road. I would expect the Bills to continue their winnings ways as they are red hot right now. Los Angeles Chargers (0-4) at New York Giants (0-4) One reason is that the Chargers are a division rival, but the bigger reason would be the Broncos play the Giants coming out of their bye week. I would expect the Chargers to continue finding ways to lose games in this one. Week 5 early games live blog Tweets from https://twitter.com/MileHighReport/lists/broncos-gameday [...]
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Week 5 Late Games – Live Blog
Here are the games Broncos Country should pay close attention to during the late game slot. The Denver Broncos will enjoy their week off at home like the rest of us. Not as many late games to watch and really there is only one that truly matters this afternoon for Broncos fans. Baltimore Ravens (2-2) at Oakland Raiders (2-2) How far will the Raiders fall without Derek Carr? Their defense is quite suspect despite holding Trevor Siemian and the Broncos to a mere 16-points last week and without Carr’s big play offense keeping games close they could end up dropping quite a few games during his absence. The one caveat is: the Ravens aren’t very good either. Week 5 early games live blog Tweets from https://twitter.com/MileHighReport/lists/broncos-gameday [...]
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ADs call for ‘civility and respect’ ahead of first-ever Michigan-Michigan State night game
In an in-state rivalry that stretches back to 1898, Michigan-Michigan State has never kicked off one of their games under the lights. That will change this weekend, leading to a little concern on each side over the “atmosphere” inside and outside of the Big House in Ann Arbor. Slated for a 7:30 p.m. ET kickoff, there will be plenty of time for fans on both sides of the rivalry fence to “lube” up and get “primed” prior to the start of a game. Alcohol plus a later kickoff time plus tailgating starting at noon (or earlier) plus a rivalry clash could potentially equal plenty of problems for all involved, leading to UM ramping up security for the game and law enforcement planning on an increased presence [...]
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Children's Hospital Colorado Jr. Reporter: Caleb Aldrich
Caleb visited with wide receiver Bennie Fowler III during a recent trip to UCHealth Training Center. [...]
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Broncos’ Von Miller hangs with fans, takes orders at Texas A&M bar
Von Miller went to work during his bye week. The Broncos’ linebacker and Texas A&M Hall of Hamer traveled to College Station, Texas, for the weekend to attend his alma mater’s game against top-ranked Alabama on Saturday. But first he stopped a local hotspot, The Dixie Chicken, to hang out with fans and even help out behind the counter. Visitors to the #DixieChicken last night were treated to a special guest order taker! @vonmiller helped out when the lines got long. pic.twitter.com/HcVigldMaA — The Dixie Chicken (@thedixiechicken) October 7, 2017 Von Miller just sold me chicken strips — Matt Zampello (@mzampello) October 7, 2017 Mad respect for coming back and showing love💯🤘🏾@VonMiller pic.twitter.com/mxoLnWkhGI — LD (@LDizzle_Da_BosS) October 8, 2017 via Von Miller's Instagram (@vonmiller)Von Miller at Dixie Chicken. S/o to my bro @VonMiller for stopping by tonight pic.twitter.com/tCRUHOzjtX — Danny Rose (@darosenthal8) October 7, 2017 Von Miller in cstat. #lit pic.twitter.com/onELKzJZ9N — ✨Your MUSE✨ (@badgirlfriend9) October 7, 2017 @VonMiller gave these kids time of their lives. Thanks Von!!! #12thman #BTHOBama pic.twitter.com/LFrZ8Y7dYu — TxAggielandBookstore (@TXAGstore) October 7, 2017 [...]
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CBS clarifies after saying Kaepernick would stand for anthem
NEW YORK — A CBS reporter has clarified his televised report saying quarterback Colin Kaepernick told him he would stand during the national anthem if he played in the NFL again, saying he didn’t discuss the issue with the player when they spoke. Jason La Canfora said in a series of tweets on Sunday that he was relaying previous reporting about Kaepernick and did not ask whether the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback would sit or stand during the anthem. The reversal came after anchor James Brown asked La Canfora on “The NFL Today”: “And kneeling, he said?” La Canfora responded: “He’s not planning on kneeling. He’s going to donate all his jersey sales and he’s planning on standing for the anthem if given the opportunity, J.B.” Related ArticlesAugust 3, 2017 Kiszla: It makes no sense Colin Kaepernick can’t find work in Denver or any other NFL city August 20, 2017 America still in turmoil a year after Colin Kaepernick’s protest June 6, 2017 Broncos TE Virgil Green reacts to Colin Kaepernick still being a free agent June 26, 2017 Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf on Colin Kaepernick: “The same thing happened to me” September 26, 2017 NFL anthem protests evolve past Colin Kaepernick’s original intent La Canfora tweeted later that he does not know what Kaepernick would do during the anthem. Relying on unnamed sources, ESPN reported in March that Kaepernick would stand during the anthem if he played again. But Kaepernick has not spoken publicly about what he would do.   [...]
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MHR Hall of Fame: ‘The Vonster’ earns our Sportsperson of the Year
Von Miller is our Sportsperson of the Year for his example, his work ethic, his positive vibes - and maybe even a sack dance or two. It’s not often a defensive player becomes the face of the franchise. Then again, a player like Von Miller does not come often either. Although elite pass rushers seem to be a dime a dozen in the NFL of late, they are nothing more than copycats of Miller. “If I’m not leading in sacks, I’ve got to do better. I need to figure out ways to get to the quarterback. I need to figure out ways to beat the double teams and beat the chip block.” - Von Miller And while Miller is not the first premiere pass rusher to up the level of the defensive game for the NFL - nor for the Broncos - he is the first to be such a larger-than-life figure on and off the field. Ever since he pulverized Cam Newton in Super Bowl 50, Miller has been on a quest to be better, faster, greater than each game before, which is never more evidenced than by his sack goal for this season - 30! Sound unreasonable? Perhaps, especially since his best to date is 18.5, and he now commands double-teams at every down, making a clean path to the QB virtually impossible. But Miller prefers the bar be set high. “I’m my biggest critic. ...If I’m not leading in sacks, I’ve got to do better. I need to figure out ways to get to the quarterback. I need to figure out ways to beat the double teams and beat the chip block,” Miller said just this week. “That’s just my individual goals. I’m going to always be hard on myself.” More unique data. The most chipped defenders in the NFL from last season and so far this year pic.twitter.com/cotg8IVoes— Pro Football Focus (@PFF) October 5, 2017 But Miller’s desire to always get better and to never blame the double team or the obvious hold for his lack of sack production is only one reason he earns our Sportsperson of the Year for 2017. Reinventing self as a focused leader Part of it is how the Texas native has reinvented himself after being on a collision course for becoming just another NFL travesty. To truly appreciate what Von Miller accomplished to become the Super Bowl 50 MVP, it's important to look back to 2013 - the year Miller started down a path that could have made his NFL experience very different than it is today. The No. 2 overall draft pick in 2011 and Broncos' No. 1, Miller did exactly what the Broncos hoped and even expected - 11.5 sacks, 64 tackles and a message to the entire league that he was on his way to greatness. The Texas Aggie even earned AP Defensive Rookie of the Year just to prove it. "DeMarcus been everything and above for me. He influences me on a whole other level. You see greatness on an everyday basis. That's who I want to be like. It definitely influenced the type of person I am today." - Von Miller in 2016 The following season, he logged a massive 18.5 sacks on the season and six forced fumbles. With Peyton Manning running the offensive show that year, Miller had the defense firing. Had it not been for one very unfortunate play against the Ravens in the playoffs that year, the Broncos - armed with possibly its most healthy and complete team - likely could have gone on to greatness that year. It was not to be, so the dreams of a Lombardi would get pushed to 2013. But for Miller, that third year would prove a trying one as it began with a six-game suspension over a drug violation and ended with an ACL injury suffered just one week before the end of the season. The historic Broncos offense that year would head to the Super Bowl without its biggest defensive weapon - and that would prove a huge blow. As a depressing offseason loomed, fortifying the defense was priority No. 1, but Miller's role in that was a little in question until former former Cowboys' edge rusher DeMarcus Ware came on the scene. Miller himself gives much credit to his edge-rushing counterpart for setting him on the straight and narrow - along with the undying support of his mom and dad and little brother. Calling Ware an "older brother, an uncle, a mentor, a friend, an idol," Miller said after the Super Bowl that the nine-time Pro Bowler deserved a huge part of his own success. "DeMarcus been everything and above for me," Miller said in 2016. "He influences me on a whole other level. You see greatness on an everyday basis. That's who I want to be like. It definitely influenced the type of person I am today." They all mean something to @VonMiller, but one of his tattoos might mean a little to you, too, #BroncosCountry.https://t.co/2yDX83HUTD— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) October 6, 2017 Bringing the positive energy With his quirky personality and adorable glasses, Miller became an instant superstar following his monstrous Super Bowl where he racked up 2.5 sacks on Newton, including two game-changing strip-sacks - one that set the tone and one that sealed the Broncos' 24-10 victory. And that kind of energy and passion during the Super Bowl is something he [...]
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