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  • Key injuries this year 12 so far .

    Bolles
    Simmons
    Darby
    Browning
    Locke
    Cooper
    Jewell
    Meinerez
    Dulcich
    Greogory
    JW
    Patrick .

    I mean holy crap. Unreal and this just keeps happening every year. At some point it can't be just bad luck. How do we fix it.


  • #2
    Get a competent coach and training staff

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    • #3
      Must be something in the air. Or the way this team trains. Send a spy to Kansas City and see how they train. Because I swear almost every season they suffer a low number of key injuries

      The broncos are just a soft team
      like our idiot coach.

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      • #4
        Soft Team.. these injuries have no bearing on the play calling we are having.
        Idiot coach

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        • #5
          The Broncos now have over 71 million dollars tied up in IR .

          https://heavy.com/sports/denver-bron...9KCrQs9vgc0OmY


          Mike Klis
          @mikeklis
          Broncos basically have $71.5M on their IR list: *Bolles - $17M *Simmons, $15.1m *Gregory - $14m *Darby, $9.8m *Patrick, $8.5m *Compton, $2.25m *Dulcich, $1.4m *Javonte Williams, $1.06m *Ojemudia, $1.04m *C. Allen, $460k *Crockett, $455k *Tucker, $430k Total - $71.545m​

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          • #6
            The real crime here is Ronald Darby eating $10 million of any team's cap.

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            • #7
              Every team has injuries. Half the Bills defense went down. SF playing half depth….almost every charger starter has been injured at some point.


              the excuses keep coming. Meanwhile other teams deal with it :

              A real-time look at the 2023 injured reserve cap totals for each NFL team and position.




              all this shows is Denver has no depth and it would be exposed. Weird. Who said that back in May?



              also, the chiefs always play healthy.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post
                The real crime here is Ronald Darby eating $10 million of any team's cap.
                It's the 22nd contract among cornerbacks in avg/year, 25th in guaranteed money. Is it that absurd for a nº 2 CB?

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              • #9
                Ronald Darby has played well when healthy. He just hasn't been able to be consistently healthy at most points in his career. That was always the big issue when he signed. Bummer that he is out for the year. Him and Glasgow are prime candidates to be rid of after the season to save ~ $20M in cap space.

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                • #10
                  Originally posted by -Rod- View Post

                  It's the 22nd contract among cornerbacks in avg/year, 25th in guaranteed money. Is it that absurd for a nº 2 CB?
                  Not for a quality 2 I guess.

                  Vs one who is an obvious opposing game plan Target A every time he's on the field.

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                  • Old Coyote
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                    Whoever is opposite of Surtain will likely be the guy defending the most targets. Surtain will shut down his side and QBs &OC's will start avoiding him more and more...

                • #11
                  When you sign injury prone players like Darby, Gregory..this is what happens.
                  Dulcich is also same.

                  This is just an excuse.

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                  • #12
                    I wouldn't claim that KC has the magic formula. All teams have injuries. I would only comment that Andy Reid:

                    A) runs tough practices
                    B) does play starters in pre season games.

                    MAYBE. ....there is something to being used to some grind, bumps and bruises....not to the point of using up all your engergy or being reckless, but just like when you know your are about to be hit, you can brace yourself, be ready for it. PERHAPS...when your body is used to some grind and contact it handles the strain of a game of football a little better than going too light in practices etc.

                    I am sure there is data that shows I am wrong...but its a theory.

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                    • #13
                      Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post
                      The real crime here is Ronald Darby eating $10 million of any team's cap.
                      #3 ain't doing too bad either!

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                      • #14
                        Originally posted by go_broncos View Post
                        When you sign injury prone players like Darby, Gregory..this is what happens.
                        Dulcich is also same.

                        This is just an excuse.
                        This kind of applies because he never saw the field as a Bronco, but Jake Butt was another example of drafting or signing a player who had a major injury and hoped that they would bounce back.

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                        • Old Coyote
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                          He was worth it to get the pink women's jersey.

                      • #15
                        Originally posted by Zerovoltz View Post
                        I wouldn't claim that KC has the magic formula. All teams have injuries. I would only comment that Andy Reid:

                        A) runs tough practices
                        B) does play starters in pre season games.

                        MAYBE. ....there is something to being used to some grind, bumps and bruises....not to the point of using up all your engergy or being reckless, but just like when you know your are about to be hit, you can brace yourself, be ready for it. PERHAPS...when your body is used to some grind and contact it handles the strain of a game of football a little better than going too light in practices etc.

                        I am sure there is data that shows I am wrong...but its a theory.
                        The formula that Denver uses is keeping an incompetent strength and conditioning staff who remind me of the guys in the gym in the Dodgeball movie.

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                        • #16
                          Originally posted by darryn16 View Post

                          This kind of applies because he never saw the field as a Bronco, but Jake Butt was another example of drafting or signing a player who had a major injury and hoped that they would bounce back.
                          Hamler
                          Randy Gregory
                          Darby
                          Dulcich

                          Chubb can be injured anytime....

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                          • #17
                            Originally posted by darryn16 View Post

                            The formula that Denver uses is keeping an incompetent strength and conditioning staff who remind me of the guys in the gym in the Dodgeball movie.
                            This is a huge problem that nobody wants to address. You think after 7 years of it you might look into it.

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                              • #19
                                Originally posted by quoydogs View Post

                                This is a huge problem that nobody wants to address. You think after 7 years of it you might look into it.
                                Agree..it's not bad luck..it's ignorance and we are doing something wrong.

                                First step is to avoid drafting or acquiring injured players.

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                                • #20
                                  Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post

                                  Not for a quality 2 I guess.

                                  Vs one who is an obvious opposing game plan Target A every time he's on the field.
                                  Teams went 7-18 for 73 yards targeting Darby this year.

                                  Not a great plan.

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                                  • #21
                                    Originally posted by darryn16 View Post

                                    The formula that Denver uses is keeping an incompetent strength and conditioning staff who remind me of the guys in the gym in the Dodgeball movie.
                                    loren landow’s incompetent? First time ive ever heard that. What exactly is the protocol for limiting injuries like we’re having? I’d love to hear it.

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                                    • #22
                                      Don't forget our long snapper. We'll be seeing some adventures in Punting/Kicking next game..

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                                      • Old Coyote
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                                        We have to call up a long snapper.
                                        Can't just Hinton out on that.

                                    • #23
                                      Originally posted by go_broncos View Post

                                      Hamler
                                      Randy Gregory
                                      Darby
                                      Dulcich

                                      Chubb can be injured anytime....
                                      Dulcich has no injury history. Gregory doesn't really either (he was suspended).

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                                      • #24
                                        Originally posted by The1percentKid View Post
                                        Every team has injuries. Half the Bills defense went down. SF playing half depth….almost every charger starter has been injured at some point.


                                        the excuses keep coming. Meanwhile other teams deal with it :

                                        A real-time look at the 2023 injured reserve cap totals for each NFL team and position.




                                        all this shows is Denver has no depth and it would be exposed. Weird. Who said that back in May?



                                        also, the chiefs always play healthy.
                                        They have built up depth that can start on other teams. At any giving time there are only 4 to 6 teams in the NFL that have the depth and the stars to win the SB. You get depth by creating stability in the FO and coaching staff, so scouts can finds those players for the systems later in the draft or as UDFA.

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                                        • #25
                                          Originally posted by darryn16 View Post

                                          The formula that Denver uses is keeping an incompetent strength and conditioning staff who remind me of the guys in the gym in the Dodgeball movie.
                                          In addition to his expertise on biomechanics and maximizing athletic performance, Landow is renowned for his emphasis on injury prevention and rehabilitation. He developed the ACL prevention program and the ACL return to sport protocols for the world-renowned Steadman Hawkins Clinic.​

                                          Loren Landow enters his fifth year as the Broncos' head strength and conditioning coach in 2022. He was hired by the club on March 12, 2018. A 26-year professional in the field of performance enhancement, Landow joined the Broncos after spending 10 years


                                          Truly sound like they hired an incompetent staff.

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