Broncos News Blogs - Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2006

T.D. weighs in on T.O., former Bronco guilty of assault and reflections of the 2005 season. Check out all the stories in today's Denver Broncos News Blogs.

Krieger: T.D. says Broncos need help, but not T.O.'s - Rocky Mountain News
Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2006 - I am pleased to report that it is not necessarily heresy against our state religion to suggest the Broncos weren't as good as they looked this season. This is a relief because my correspondence has included mention of various crimes that have rather serious consequences, apparently. Several forms of capital punishment were proposed, none of which seemed designed to minimize the suffering.

Former Bronco guilty of assault - Rocky Mountain News
Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2006 - Former Denver Broncos cornerback Willie Middlebrooks pleaded guilty Monday to a third-degree assault charge after a woman accused the player last year of hitting and trying to choke her. Middlebrooks received an 18-month deferred sentence and was ordered to attend 36 weeks of domestic violence classes, according to Arapahoe County District Attorney spokeswoman Kathleen Walsh.

Former Bronco Herndon earns spot in Super Bowl record book - Rocky Mountain News
Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2006 - The "Dirty One" nearly cleaned up in Super Bowl XL. Kelly Herndon, the former Denver Broncos cornerback whose nickname is derived from his No. 31 and self-described playing style, had a potential game-changing interception go to waste for the Seattle Seahawks.

Good hands grabbing the gold - Denver Post
Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2006 - As the Broncos flirt with Owens, they confront two conflicting concepts. Owens the game-changer. Owens the divider of locker rooms. Can the Broncos grab him, get the first and squelch the second? The answers are not clear. We do not know how much, if any, Owens has grown from his humiliating experience of being dropped cold by the Eagles during last season. We do know his pure football value surpasses that of Branch and Ward.

2005 Review - The Third Quarter - Denver
Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2006 - If the third quarter of the 2005 season belonged to any one player on the Broncos' roster, it was Champ Bailey. The NFL recognized this, naming Bailey the AFC Defensive Player of the Month for November after he notched one interception in each of the Broncos' games that month. He added another in the season's 12th game at Kansas City.

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