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Injury-plagued guard Chris Kuper sits out Broncos' indoors practice

 

Also held out of practice Wednesday was fullback Chris Gronkowski, who spent additional time in training room after Sunday's win at Baltimore because of an undisclosed injury.

 

 

Due to the blowing snow, the the Broncos moved their practice indoors Wednesday to the nearby South Suburban Sports Dome — the first time an indoor workout has been required during the regular season.



Read more:Injury-plagued guard Chris Kuper sits out Broncos' indoors practice - The Denver Posthttp://www.denverpost.com/broncos/ci_22223903/injury-plagued-guard-chris-kuper-sits-out-broncos#ixzz2FX7oXLkO
 

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I think you mean Broncos*  :thmup:

 

oh wow , me bad boy , thanks sorry all , & too late to change , maybe a moderator will , i will try & report it

 

u know I always make sure when i type something about broncos i always use Broncos and never we as to me we here means colts and that is what i am first & al;ways , a colt fan , just l;ove peyton and plenty already report on colts and do read thnem and comment at times , if have the time

 

Thank you for telling me this

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I think you mean Broncos*  :thmup:

 

 

i thought i had stepped into the twilight zone for a second :)

 

I think i live in the twilight zone & am in the spaceship finding out the name of the book is How To Serve Man,. or something like that for a cookbook on cooking by the supposedly friendly alien

 

 

The Thread title threw me for a loop

 

thanks all   my apologies again,  moderators took my report and quickly changed it to broncos, 

 

snow globe I owe u for letting me know , wish i could fly & visit my friend in Dover Mass & take u both to a Pat game but thats disability for ya

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Here is Champ talking about championship potential for your reading/viewing pleasure:

http://denver.cbslocal.com/2012/12/17/champ-bailey-admits-broncos-have-championship-potential/

Broncos-Browns Wednesday Injury Report

Broncos & Peyton  need Kuper to go deep in playoffs 

 

he has regressed from ltd practice last week & questionable, to doubtful late Friday or Sat when in Baltimore if even made flight, to DNP without playing a game, just limited stretching last week

 

Face it, Balt DL was wounded and ramirez let in a sack & pressure , most likely need Kuper for a serious run in playoffs 

 

http://www.milehighreport.com/2012/12/19/3782382/broncos-browns-wednesday-injury-report

 

& as op says Practicec was even indoors and couldnt participate

 

Read more:Injury-plagued guard Chris Kuper sits out Broncos' indoors practice - The Denver Posthttp://www.denverpos...s#ixzz2FX7oXLkO

 

 

Broncos trying to play spoilers and stop a Browns sweep? Really?

 

 among the Browns’ five wins are takedowns of San Diego, Oakland and Kansas City.

Only a Denver victory can stop Cleveland from sweeping the AFC West.

 

“(The Browns) are undefeated in our division so far,”

 

Broncos linebacker Wesley Woodyard said Wednesday. “So we’ve got to change that.

 

 http://blogs.denverpost.com/broncos/2012/12/19/broncos-play-spoilers-stop-browns-sweep/17540/

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ROSTER MOVES

 

 

PRACTICE SQUAD GETS THINNER in decent depth if was any on OL

 

With OL Saulsberry Suspended, Broncos Add Edwards

 

The Draft Report from Sports Illustrated says:on EDWARDS 

Three-year starter at left guard awarded all-conference honors as a junior.

 

Positives
: Strong small-area blocker who displays good quickness. Blocks with good lean, works to get leverage on opponents and keeps his hands active throughout the play. Immediately gets into blocks, stays square and is a solid position lineman who seals defenders from the action. Anchors in pass protection and has a strong, thick build.

 

Negatives
: Haphazard in his movement and plays off balance. Lacks footwork in space.

 

Analysis:
Edwards has good size and power and is a solid run blocker who best fits a ball-control offense
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I also found a scouting report from the National Football Post:

A thick, girthy offensive lineman with natural thickness through both his upper and lower half. Plays with a mean streak, has a passion for the game and likes to get after it as a run blocker. However, doubles over at the waist into his stance, sits high and plays straight-legged. Displays decent natural power on contact, but doesn't create much leverage for himself and his weight is always over his knees as he lunges into contact and struggles to maintain balance. To his credit he stays upright for the most part, but doesn't stick well through contact and is easy to slip. Works his hands hard, but isn't overly coordinated initially into contact. Is a better counter puncher when engaged, but struggles to uncoil with coordination and really deliver a jolt -most likely because he's often off balance-. Is limited in space and isn't a guy who can routinely reach defenders off his frame and breakdown on contact.


Displays better bend in his stance in pass protection, however, gets upright initially off the ball. Again, works his hands well as a counter puncher inside, which helps with leverage and his ability to anchor with a little consistency through contact.

 

However, isn't real fluid laterally and struggles to reach initial quickness off his frame. Doesn't have the recovery speed to make up for a false step and mirror, and isn't a real natural shuffle and slide player.


Impression:
A tough, try hard kid who doesn't have the bend to gain leverage and struggles to hold his own athletically even at the college level.

Draft scouts pegged Edwards as being a late round to CFA pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. He went undrafted and wasn't even invited to the Scouting Combine in March.

 

Lonnie seems to grade out as an excellent backup Lineman and fits the big nasty Lineman stereotype. Perhaps Broncos Line coach Dave Magazu can turn him intoManny Ramirez's upgrade. I wouldn't get my hopes up though.

 

http://www.milehighreport.com/2012/12/19/3784992/with-saulsberry-suspended-broncos-add-edwards

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snow globe I owe u for letting me know , wish i could fly & visit my friend in Dover Mass & take u both to a Pat game but thats disability for ya

Dover is a gorgeous town. I used to have a client in Sherborne, right next door... it seems like every home in both towns is at minimum 5,000 square feet!

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Dover is a gorgeous town. I used to have a client in Sherborne, right next door... it seems like every home in both towns is at minimum 5,000 square feet!

 

I know thats where he lived before moving to  DOVER, formal gardens, horse jumping whatever set up for equestrian in back yard etc etc etc

 

used to go there before dead concerts once 2 shows in  rode island then sunday to foxboro back then, Id take u too  if could just fly

 

its all a gorgeous area, i havent been to the Dover home though

 

hes who i climbed Mt Katadan with, but said enough, no names , family deserves there privacy & not on line talking on social site etc 

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blowing snow...intertesing

 

 

not sundaay , supposed to break

 

 

SunDec 23
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47°

28°

Mostly Sunny

  • CHANCE OF RAIN:
  • 0%
 
  • WIND:
  • WSW at 9 mp

http://www.weather.com/weather/weekend/Denver+CO+80203:4:US

 

 

 

Sunday
partlycloudy.gif Partly cloudy. High of 52F. Winds from the SSE at 5 to 10 mph.

http://www.wunderground.com/cgi-bin/findweather/getForecast?query=39.737567,-104.984718

 

 

 

Sun Dec 23
Mostly sunny 50°Lo 23°

 

afternnon

 

 

  • Precipitation: 3%
  • Rain: 0 in
  • Snow: 0 in
  • Humidity: 28%
  • Cloud Cover: 28%
  • Dew Point: 12° F
  • Visibility: 10 mi

http://www.accuweather.com/en/us/denver-co/80203/afternoon-weather-forecast/347810?day=4

 

 

4 pm

 

Mostly Sunny   44°  feels like 40  , humidity 28 % , 0 chance rain , snow & ice,   winds at 6 mph, cloud cover 28 %

 http://www.accuweather.com/en/us/denver-co/80203/hourly-weather-forecast/347810?hour=81

 

 

abc Denver news chart of 7 day forcast

 

http://www.thedenverchannel.com/popup?p_p_state=pop_up&componentId=4292522&componentType=MAP

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Dover is a gorgeous town. I used to have a client in Sherborne, right next door... it seems like every home in both towns is at minimum 5,000 square feet!

 

 

 

I know thats where he lived before moving to  DOVER, formal gardens, horse jumping whatever set up for equestrian in back yard etc etc etc

 

used to go there before dead concerts once 2 shows in  rode island then sunday to foxboro back then, Id take u too  if could just fly

 

its all a gorgeous area, i havent been to the Dover home though

 

hes who i climbed Mt Katadan with, but said enough, no names , family deserves there privacy & not on line talking on social site etc 

 

 

last word on friend , wouldn't  be surprised if new place a good 10,000 square feet, in sherborne original a 10 acre parcel back in the 1970's can u imagine, ,  some part of it  he  may have been sold off for apartments or smaller homes

 

great childhood friend and utterly brilliant

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