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Rams and Broncos are not rushing rookie quarterbacks into action

latimes.com — Broncos in February: Eat our dust. Broncos now: Pardon our dust. While it's an exaggeration to say Denver's NFL team has gone from Super Bowl to Superfund site, the Broncos unquestionably are a franchise under construction. They will be the first team in 15 years to switch starting quarterbacks...

Live updates: Rams at Denver Broncos

latimes.com — Live updates: Rams at Denver Broncos Aug. 27, 2016, 4:10 p.m. The Rams will play the Broncos today in Denver at Sports Authority Field at 6 p.m. on CBS in their third exhibition game. Quarterback Case Keenum is expected to play at least three or for series against the Broncos with rookie Jared...

Now that's something you don't see every day: A mini Sports Authority Field

Cardinals' Patrick Peterson creates a no-fly zone for opponents | Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

ledger-enquirer.com — For opposing quarterbacks, waiting for a receiver to create separation from Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson is a little like staring into the unfiltered desert sun. Don't bother. It's a waste of time, and likely will result in pain. Peterson, in his sixth season, is a quintessential shutdown corner, routinely assigned to the opposition's best receiver.

Cardinals' Patrick Peterson creates a no-fly zone for opponents | The Herald

heraldonline.com — For opposing quarterbacks, waiting for a receiver to create separation from Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson is a little like staring into the unfiltered desert sun. Don't bother. It's a waste of time, and likely will result in pain. Peterson, in his sixth season, is a quintessential shutdown corner, routinely assigned to the opposition's best receiver.

Cardinals' Patrick Peterson creates a no-fly zone for opponents | The Merced Sun-Star

mercedsunstar.com — For opposing quarterbacks, waiting for a receiver to create separation from Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson is a little like staring into the unfiltered desert sun. Don't bother. It's a waste of time, and likely will result in pain. Peterson, in his sixth season, is a quintessential shutdown corner, routinely assigned to the opposition's best receiver.

Cardinals' Patrick Peterson creates a no-fly zone for opponents | The Telegraph

macon.com — For opposing quarterbacks, waiting for a receiver to create separation from Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson is a little like staring into the unfiltered desert sun. Don't bother. It's a waste of time, and likely will result in pain. Peterson, in his sixth season, is a quintessential shutdown corner, routinely assigned to the opposition's best receiver.

Cardinals' Patrick Peterson creates a no-fly zone for opponents | The Charlotte Observer

charlotteobserver.com — For opposing quarterbacks, waiting for a receiver to create separation from Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson is a little like staring into the unfiltered desert sun. Don't bother. It's a waste of time, and likely will result in pain. Peterson, in his sixth season, is a quintessential shutdown corner, routinely assigned to the opposition's best receiver.

Cardinals' Patrick Peterson creates a no-fly zone for opponents | The Island Packet

islandpacket.com — For opposing quarterbacks, waiting for a receiver to create separation from Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson is a little like staring into the unfiltered desert sun. Don't bother. It's a waste of time, and likely will result in pain. Peterson, in his sixth season, is a quintessential shutdown corner, routinely assigned to the opposition's best receiver.

Cardinals' Patrick Peterson creates a no-fly zone for opponents

latimes.com — For opposing quarterbacks, waiting for a receiver to create separation from Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson is a little like staring into the unfiltered desert sun. Don't bother. It's a waste of time, and likely will result in pain. Peterson, in his sixth season, is a quintessential shutdown corner, routinely assigned to the opposition's best receiver.
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Aug 30, 2016

RT @RoseBowlStadium: Another benefit of #RBPremiumSeating: access to events with guests like @DufRankman @LATimesfarmer & more! https://t.c…

Aug 30, 2016

@JFreemanNFL ha! I guess so. But I was actually embarrassed I messed up the tweet, And it had been retweeted several times.

Aug 30, 2016

Correction: my Willy Wonka picture was from Munich, not Berlin. I was in both places this summer.

Aug 30, 2016

@ThePlayoffGuru Yes! I meant Munich Thank you! Went to a bunch of those cities this summer. Right city, wrong brain.

Aug 30, 2016

Bummed about Gene Wilder. Incidentally, here's Berlin street where Charlie bought golden-ticket-wrapped chocolate. https://t.co/FNMwJoiSRV


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