Happy Black Friday.
Whether you’re out shopping today (been there, done that), back to work (been there, done that as well), or enjoying another day off chock full of football and basketball (doing that!), here’s hoping your Tryptophan fix was all you ever hoped for.
Cornerback Tracy Porter received some great Thanksgiving news: He’s been cleared to play. Porter hasn’t played in over a month, and hasn’t practice since Nov. 1. Porter is expected to travel with the team to Kansas City for Sunday’s game at Arrowhead, but he may not be among the active players:
“I finally made the plane. Now we’ll see if I make the field.”
Porter said he hasn’t experienced any seizure-related problems in a few weeks, adding this break has been a valuable lesson:
“God has been good through this whole thing. I looked at it as a lesson as Him trying to teach me something to get me to step back and open my eyes to something new. I think He has done that. Like I said, it’s just a lesson that He is teaching me and that I have to learn from and grow from as a man. I’ve been doing a good job in learning the lesson.”
More Thanksgiving Headlines:
- Associated Press: Broncos safety Mike Adams gives back to hometown.
- The Eagle: Broncos DT Ty Warren fights hunger in hometown.
- Predominantly Orange: There’s plenty for Broncos fans to be thankful for.
- Denver Post: With RB Willis McGahee out, expect rookie Ronnie Hillman’s workload to increase.
- Denver Post: McGahee’s absence leaves some unanswered questions for the Broncos offense.
- Denver Post: Von Miller is a football beast. And that’s a good thing.
Broncos at Chiefs game previews: