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Topic - Knowshon Moreno
Miami Dolphins newcomer Knowshon Moreno showed last year he can run, catch and block, and they're counting on him to do all three a lot.
Running back Knowshon Moreno has agreed to terms on a one-year contract with Miami Dolphins, and they hope he'll enliven a ground game that ranked 26th in the NFL last season.
Free agent running back Knowshon Moreno has scheduled a visit with the Miami Dolphins, who are looking to upgrade their ground game.
John Elway's philosophy is to address immediate needs in free agency, even though some of his own veterans may prove too pricey to keep around.
Denver was walloped 40-10 by Seattle in the preseason with Ronnie Hillman fumbling, Montee Ball stumbling and Peyton Manning grumbling.
Knowshon Moreno still cherishes the weekly phone calls and texts from his high school coach.
His return from offseason knee surgery still a few days away, Knowshon Moreno sauntered over to the sideline one hot August afternoon in training camp. In front of him were two young running backs having trouble picking up first downs and blitzes.
If it's any consolation, these two will almost certainly meet again before the season is done.
This latest version of Brady vs. Manning was a rout.
The Denver Broncos are welcoming back suspended superstar Von Miller with open arms and a spotless 6-0 record.
The older Manning is 3-0 in the NFL against his sibling, with the other two victories coming when Peyton was with the Colts.
Going on the road in a short week is a tough task for any NFL team. Now the Denver Broncos get the reward for beating the division rival Oakland Raiders — three extra days of rest before their most important game remaining in the regular season.
The lockers of the running backs who might take Willis McGahee's spot in the Broncos lineup are conveniently lined up, four in a row.
Through six weeks, we've all made our share of roster moves. But whether we're winning, losing or treading water at .500, it's likely we've all got some relatively dead weight we're not sure what to do with.
The Denver Broncos' injured backfield is beginning to get healthy.
Moreno said he chose the Dolphins in part because of a positive visit with coach Joe Philbin and his staff.
"It is what it is," Moreno said. "It's a business. I'm just very excited to be part of another team with a great group of guys and coaches all coming in and building for a certain goal, and that goal is working hard and winning. I'm excited for that opportunity."