Ugh. Just a festival of injuries today, including this gruesome Knowshon Moreno elbow-destroyer, the picture of which makes me sad. Thanks for cheering us up, football!
This is pretty much perfect.
We saw an odd moment during today's Broncos-Chiefs broadcast on CBS when the network aired a clip of Denver running back Knowshon Moreno crying a copious amount of tears. (We're told he got a bit emotional during the game's playing of the national anthem.) We think his display deserves a different soundtrack, and so…
After last week's Broncos-Raiders game, Ronnie Hillman told reporters that the Broncos' running backs played rock-paper-scissors to decide who—out of the committee of Hillman, Montee Ball, and Knowshon Moreno—would get a goal-line carry. Knowshon Moreno apparently won this time around.
Knowshon Moreno: He's a blocking back.
Knowshon Moreno, the former Georgia star and current Broncos backup, was pulled over on suspicion of DUI February 1, last Wednesday.
Knowshon Moreno, now with the Broncos, is being questioned by police regarding a bar fight in Athens this weekend. But the accuser's story is a little sketchy, because Moreno allegedly punched him so hard he can't remember him doing it.
We get a massive amount of tips in our inbox each week. Some are pretty interesting, but don't get published for one reason or another.
Georgia's Matthew Stafford and Knowshon Moreno are good—but not good enough to go No. 1 to the Lions—so they both feel confident enough to declare for the NFL Draft. [ESPN]
In case you haven't seen Knowshon Moreno's run against Central Michigan, it's linked after the jump and, despite ESPN's failure, over 100,000 fans have already found their way to the play. Georgia fans (and their coach) are up in arms over ESPN's perceived slight to their Heisman Trophy candidate. Not least because…