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ESPN feature: Luke Kellerman
Luke Kellerman, a former assistant turf manager at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, who inspired Denver's "Fight Like a Bronco" campaign, was honored by ESPN on Monday via a tribute video that aired on "Monday Night Countdown" ahead of the Broncos' game against the Chiefs. First aired 10/30/2017.
Mile High Morning: Javonte Williams says he's making good progress in recovery from ACL injury
"Injury [recovery] is going good," Williams said Monday at the launch event for his charitable foundation. "I'm off the crutches; just continuing to rehab and just trying to get back on the field as quickly as I can."
Broncos nominate Dalton Risner for 2022 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award, presented by Nationwide
Risner has displayed a passion to using his platform to impact his community during his four seasons as a Bronco.
Hot Topics: Broncos' struggle to put teams away surfaces in loss to Ravens
The Broncos' largest lead was six points, and it left the door open for the Ravens.
Injury Report: Courtland Sutton 'day to day' with hamstring injury
Sutton is the Broncos' leading receiver with 52 receptions for 688 yards and a touchdown.
Mile High Morning: Broncos' pass rush was a bright spot in loss to Ravens
After totaling just two sacks in the previous three games, Denver's pass rushers responded with authority against Baltimore's quarterbacks.
'We've got to find a way to win these things': Broncos can't close out win, fall 10-9 as Ravens storm back late
"I've never really lost many games like this," Russell Wilson said. "It's a new feeling — one I don't like, one I don't want to experience."
#DENvsBAL postgame injury update: WR Courtland Sutton suffers hamstring injury
Sutton was targeted once before suffering the injury.
Jerry Jeudy and Courtland Sutton active for Broncos' matchup with Ravens
Jeudy suffered an ankle injury on the first offensive snap of Denver's Week 10 loss to the Titans.
Denver Broncos vs. Baltimore Ravens: How to watch, listen and live stream
How to watch, listen to and live stream Denver Broncos vs. Baltimore Ravens on December 4, 2022.
Burning Questions: Can the Broncos find a way to pressure Lamar Jackson to earn a win vs. Ravens?
As the Broncos close in on final stretch of their 2022 season, they'll get several more chances to test themselves against playoff contenders.