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Topic - Chris Harris
In an unexpected twist, Peyton Manning was the one who needed some bailing out.
The Denver Broncos finally have their whole gang back together on defense.
Cornerbacks Champ Bailey and Quentin Jammer are among Denver's inactives for the Broncos' opener against Baltimore on Thursday night.
During a recent training session in Pacific waters, Navy-trained dolphins were able to root out a rare, 19th-century torpedo that was buried in the ocean sand.
The Denver Broncos gave Peyton Manning a new target _ Tom Brady's favorite receiver.
Try as they might, the Baltimore Ravens just couldn't get under the skin or into the heads of the Denver Broncos, who were more concerned about talking up their opponents than trash-talking them.
The most telling image of Baltimore's game against the Denver Broncos last month was Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco lying flat on his stomach near the goal line after his futile pursuit of cornerback Chris Harris.
As Maine's governor addressed the newly elected Legislature early this month, his frustration with trackers, the video-camera-toting operatives who follow around politicians, boiled over into a brief diatribe that set off the session to a sour start.
The Denver Broncos no longer can be considered a notch below the best in the AFC, nor can they be viewed as a team that can succeed only when Peyton Manning puts up dazzling numbers.
Down 24-0 at halftime, Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos reveled after one of the biggest comebacks in NFL regular-season history.
Peyton Manning wasn't the only free agent who had a spectacular Denver debut. So did the man who denied him a second Super Bowl trophy and is now trying to help him hoist another.
The Denver Broncos' defensive backfield is suddenly banged up after losing three regulars _ including safety Brian Dawkins _ to injuries during a 40-14 loss to the Buffalo Bills on Saturday.
Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford worked with the first team at practice Thursday, a sign of progress after he hurt his ankle last weekend.
Pro Bowl linebacker Lance Briggs isn't buying the idea that age is to blame for the Chicago Bears' struggles on defense.
The Chicago Bears held starting safeties Major Wright and Chris Harris and running back Marion Barber out of Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers because of injuries.
"Once you get out of the hospital, that pretty much means that they're saying you're good and the process went well," cornerback Chris Harris said.
"Teams have just been coming out and saying, `It's going to be seven on seven; we're just going to throw the ball.'