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    The Princess Diaries Cast: Where Are They Now? This Is the Poorest President in History © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Broncos offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur will miss Sunday’s game after testing positive for COVID-19. The team announced quarterbacks coach Mike Shula will assume Shurmur’s duties with input from the rest of the offensive coaching staff. Shula has served as offensive coordinator for three teams over 11 seasons. He held the title with the Bucs from 1996-99, with the Panthers from 2013-17 and with the Giants from 2018-19. Shula was Alabama’s head coach from 2003-06. Running backs coach Curtis Modkins, a candidate for the TCU head coaching job, also has NFL experience as an offensive coordinator. Head coach Vic Fangio said the Broncos do not expect any coaches who typically coach from the sideline to move to the coaching booth. Shurmur is vaccinated and can return after two negative tests at least 24 hours apart. The Broncos have placed four players — quarterback Drew Lock, cornerback Michael Ojemudia, linebacker Justin...
    (AP) – The Denver Broncos are making backup play-calling plans after offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur tested positive for the coronavirus Friday and went on the reserve/COVID-19 list along with a fourth player infected this week. “It’s a huge concern,” defensive lineman Dre’Mont Jones said of the rash of cases. “I feel like plenty of guys are getting it left and right, getting popped with the COVID card.” The team has stepped up its mitigation measures this week, having everyone wear masks indoors and moving meetings to bigger rooms where players are more spread out. “It’s tough,” Jones said. “It feels like last year again.” (Credit: CBS) Jones said talk amongst players is about how to prevent the virus from waylaying the resurgent Broncos, who hope to hit their bye week at 6-4 with a win over the Eagles (3-6) this weekend. “Not going out to dinner as much. Just trying to avoid outside contact as much as possible. Hanging out with people you know here. Just have to be in a little bubble, you have to,” Jones said. The heightened...
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Embattled Broncos offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur received measured support this week from both his head coach and his general manager, but also admonitions to score more points. This weekend would be an ideal time. The Broncos (4-4) travel to Dallas to face a Cowboys team that’s reeled off six straight wins since a last-second loss to Tampa Bay and is averaging 32.1 points per game. That’s the type of proficiency common in Denver when Peyton Manning was leading the team’s high-scoring offense and hollering out, “Omaha! Omaha!” Since then, it’s been plenty of “OMG! OMG!” as the Broncos sputter and wheeze their way around the field. Despite 11,755 no-shows, the crowd that trudged out of their stadium Sunday sounded more like one lamenting another loss than celebrating a 17-10 over Washington. (Credit: CBS) The Broncos failed for the 23rd time in 24 tries under Shurmur to score a touchdown on their opening drive. The end was even uglier. Justin Simmons was still celebrating his seemingly victory-sealing end zone interception with 37 seconds left when the Broncos...
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Embattled Broncos offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur received measured support this week from both his head coach and his general manager, but also admonitions to score more points. This weekend would be an ideal time. The Broncos (4-4) travel to Dallas to face a Cowboys team that’s reeled off six straight wins since a last-second loss to Tampa Bay and is averaging 32.1 points per game. That’s the type of proficiency common in Denver when Peyton Manning was leading the team’s high-scoring offense and hollering out, “Omaha! Omaha!” Since then, it’s been plenty of “OMG! OMG!” as the Broncos sputter and wheeze their way around the field. Despite 11,755 no-shows, the crowd that trudged out of their stadium Sunday sounded more like one lamenting another loss than celebrating a 17-10 over Washington. The Broncos failed for the 23rd time in 24 tries under Shurmur to score a touchdown on their opening drive. The end was even uglier. Justin Simmons was still celebrating his seemingly victory-sealing end zone interception with 37 seconds left when the Broncos botched...
    Getty Offensive Coordinator Pat Shurmur of the Denver Broncos walks on the field during a training session at UCHealth Training Center on August 18, 2020 in Englewood, Colorado. Denver Broncos‘ offensive play-caller Pat Shurmur has come under fire after the Broncos’ once again failed to generate much against an AFC North opponent. Shurmur, Denver’s offensive coordinator since January 2020, fronted local media on October 15 to discuss the Broncos’ recent offensive inefficiencies. After a strong start to the season, Shurmur’s offense registered their two lowest scores against Baltimore (7) and Pittsburgh (19) in back-to-back weeks, causing angst among Broncos Country. ALL the latest Broncos news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Broncos newsletter here! Join Heavy on Broncos!Broncos’ Failures at Pittsburgh ExplainedSlow starts have become a constant in the young season, evidenced by three points in their last two first-quarters. Beyond that, the Broncos’ are 25th in points scored during the first term. This certainly isn’t anything new for Shurmur’s offense, who ranked second-last in first-half points during the 2020 season. Despite the doom and gloom surrounding...
    40 Song Lyrics Weve All Screwed up Through the Years All of the Top Gifts That You Need To Pre-Order This Year © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Broncos scored seven touchdowns in the first 10 quarters of the 2021 season and opened the season with three straight wins. Since halftime of their Week Three win over the Jets, however, the Broncos have scored just three touchdowns and lost games to the Ravens and Steelers. The drop in production hasn’t led head coach Vic Fangio to question the work that offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur is doing on that side of the ball. “I have no qualms with Pat other than our results haven’t been good enough and we have to find a way to fix that,” Fangio said Monday, via Ryan O’Halloran of the Denver Post. The quality of the Broncos’ opposition led many to doubt the team’s quality despite their 3-0 start and the last two weeks haven’t done much to counter that argument. They’ll get a Raiders...
    Padma Lakshmi reveals new romance with handsome author: See the kissing photo Women’s Confidence in Retirement Savings Hits All-Time Low Post-Pandemic One of the more intriguing storylines surrounding the NFL at the moment is the quarterback battle currently underway in Denver. While some Broncos fans may have a side-eye as to what may occur over in Green Bay with Aaron Rodgers, Drew Lock and Teddy Bridgewater are two signal-callers on the roster who are going toe to toe to try to win the Week 1 starting role. To this point, the two have split the reps evenly and offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur seems to like what he sees from both as they roll through minicamp.  © Provided by CBS Sports ENGLEWOOD, CO - JUNE 1 : Denver Broncos quarterbacks Drew Lock (3) and Teddy Bridgewater (5) are in the team at UCHealth Training Center in Englewood, Colorado on Tuesday, June 1, 2021. "They're both getting better," Shurmur said, via the Denver Post. "Obviously, they've both gotten work with the 1s and shared the workload. I've seen improvement in Drew's decision-making,...
    New York Giants: Odell Beckham Jr. “felt betrayed” by former coach Pat Shurmur By: Cay North December 8, 2020 ShareTweetFlipRedditWe never did get to see what would happen if the New York Giants were able to field a healthy Odell Beckham Jr., Daniel Jones, and Saquon Barkley. As everyone knows, the team moved on from Beckham with a trade to the Browns and there’s been varying takes on whether that was a good move or not. Some have said that Beckham was a distraction and overrated on the field, and others have complained about the Giants trading away a major offensive weapon that they still haven’t replaced fully. However, more light is coming out on just what happened before the team moved on from Beckham. If the player himself is to be believed, he had other factors than just his health working against him towards the end of his time with the franchise. Beckham Jr. accuses Pat Shurmur of sabotage Most Giants fans don’t have too high of a view of...
    Odell Beckham Jr. has been gone from New York for nearly two seasons, but he’s still talking about his days with the Giants. The injured Cleveland Browns receiver believed he would play his entire NFL career for the Giants, but OBJ intimated that then-coach Pat Shurmur undermined his final two seasons with the team. “It just felt like I was coming to the end of a road and I was pushing for something that wasn’t tangible. And that was where it all went haywire,” Beckham said this week on the “All Things Covered” podcast with Patrick Peterson and Bryant McFadden.  “We got a new coach in there, and I feel like that’s a situation I can be honest now, because people have come out, like anonymous coaches, when we know who it really was. “I felt betrayed in a sense that this coach tried to turn me against my brothers and my coaches and was telling the young guys to stay away from me because I’m not a good person or not a good team (player) or role model or...
    More On: new york giants Meet the no-name Giants who have aided their surprising playoff surge These underdogs made plenty of bettors miserable on Sunday NFL Power Rankings for Week 14 Where prospect of Daniel Jones starting this week stands Odell Beckham Jr. has been gone from New York for nearly two seasons, but he’s still talking about his days with the Giants. The injured Cleveland Browns receiver believed he would play his entire NFL career for the Giants, but OBJ intimated that then-coach Pat Shurmur undermined his final two seasons with the team. “It just felt like I was coming to the end of a road and I was pushing for something that wasn’t tangible. And that was where it all went haywire,” Beckham said this week on the “All Things Covered” podcast with Patrick Peterson and Bryant McFadden.  “We got a new coach in there, and I feel like that’s a situation I can be honest now, because people have come out, like anonymous coaches, when we know who it really was. “I felt betrayed in a...
    Getty New Broncos QB Kyle Shurmur. The New York Giants currently have their own share of question marks at the quarterback position as starter Daniel Jones is dealing with a hamstring injury that could potentially force him to miss an extended period of time. With that said, the situation in New York pales in comparison to that of the Denver Broncos over the past week or so. After third-string quarterback Jeff Driskel tested positive for COVID-19 last Thursday, fellow QBs Drew Lock, Brett Rypien and Blake Bortles have also been added to the reserve/COVID-19 list, leaving Denver without an actual quarterback for game day. To fill the void, the team called upon practice squad wide receiver Kendall Hinton. The 23-year-old had not played quarterback full-time since 2017 at Wake Forest. Denver also became the first team to start a non-quarterback at the position since 1965, according to the Elias Sports Bureau (H/T ESPN).Broncos Sign QB Kyle Shurmur, Son of Ex-Giants HC Pat ShurmurSafe to say the Broncos don’t want to find themselves...
    Florida Gov. Says State Will Remain Open Despite Nearing 1 Million COVID Cases Miami Herald journalists receive Open Government Reporting award for Perversion of Justice Broncos sign QB Kyle Shurmur, son of OC Pat Shurmur The Broncos have added another quarterback following their disaster situation over the weekend. © Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports On Monday, Denver worked out Kyle Shurmur, who is the son of the Broncos' offensive coordinator, Pat Shurmur. Denver is signing Kyle, but he needs to pass through COVID-19 testing and protocols first. Broncos are signing former Chiefs' QB Kyle Shurmur, who also is the son of Broncos' OC Pat Shurmur, per source. The younger Shurmur needs to pass through COVID protocols, but he is on track to work with his father and the Broncos. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 30, 2020 Shurmur played quarterback at Vanderbilt from 2015-2018 and had strong junior and senior seasons. As a senior, he completed 62.6 percent of his passes for 3,130 yards, 24 touchdowns and six interceptions. He passed for 26 touchdowns and 10 interceptions as a junior. Shurmur...
    Getty Images Second-year QB Kyle Shurmur was released by the Chiefs in April. After taking the field without an experienced quarterback and playing to a 31-3 loss on Sunday, the Denver Broncos have brought on a former Kansas City Chiefs passer ahead of the teams’ divisional battle in Week 13. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Monday afternoon, the Broncos are set to sign second-year QB Kyle Shurmur, pending COVID-19 protocols. The 24-year-old is the son of Denver’s current offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur. Broncos are signing former Chiefs' QB Kyle Shurmur, who also is the son of Broncos' OC Pat Shurmur, per source. The younger Shurmur needs to pass through COVID protocols, but he is on track to work with his father and the Broncos. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 30, 2020 Follow the Heavy on Chiefs Facebook page for the latest breaking news, rumors and content out of Chiefs Kingdom! Shurmur most recently spent time with the Chiefs before the defending Super Bowl champions released him on April 27, 2020 to clear roster space for their...
    Giants’ Joe Judge expresses vastly different mentality than Pat Shurmur heading into week 1 By: Alexander Wilson September 9, 2020 ShareShareTweetThe New York Giants are headed into a tough matchup in week one against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Lead by Mike Tomlin, the Steelers are an example of consistency throughout history in the NFL, producing tough and gritty teams on a yearly basis. In 2019, they were without Ben Roethlisberger, one of the best quarterbacks in the history of the game, as Joe Judge stated during a Wednesday press conference. Judge was sure to complement the Steelers on their success and toughness. Tomlin has similar expectations for his team, stating that he wants to be tough to beat early on and refrain from hurting themselves with penalties and other gaffes. The Giants have been the epitome of self-harm in recent years, with poor o’clock management from the coaching staff and a lack of effort from the players at any given moment. No more alligator-arm tackles from Janoris Jenkins and giving up in...
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