Typically, the first order of business on a Saturday before a Denver Broncos game would be all things preview.
But today’s top story, which generated a lot of social media buzz Friday, is courtesy Mile High Sports’ Chris Bianchi, who landed an interview with suspended Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams. Here’s an excerpt from Bianchi’s column:
Part of the harsh judgment comes from several questionable actions, but Williams is also notoriously difficult to deal with for the media. Reporters looking for a quote from the now-30-year-old University of Miami product are always turned down, some politely and most rather bluntly. And Williams’ disconnect with the media has unquestionably helped shape a strongly negative perception of the talented-yet-troubled linebacker.
It’s a long read, but absolutely worth the time invested, so I’m linking to it yet again – just to get the point across that you should read this. Scroll the bottom of the post for a link to the actual Q&A, which you can also access by clicking here.
The Denver Broncos landed in Cincinnati around 5:00 p.m. Friday for Sunday’s showdown with the Bengals. Cornerback Tracy Porter, who didn’t practice Friday, is out and will be replaced by Chris Harris.
DHF’s Broncos at Bengals game preview will be posted shortly, but to wet your palette, here are some other game-related headlines:
- Denver Post: CB Champ Bailey is looking forward to his matchup with wide receiver A.J. Green.
- Predominantly Orange: Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton has thrown an interception in each game this season.
- Rant Sports: The Bengals defensive line will keep the Broncos offense on alert Sunday.
- Denver Broncos: Rookie linebacker Danny Trevathan is finding his rhythm.
- Denver Broncos: The NFL honors military in November with “Salute to Service.”
- Denver Post: There’s a downside to a successful Broncos season: staff changes.
- Denver Post: Through strong play, offensive tackle Ryan Clady is proving his value.