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Knowshon Moreno Injury

Knowshon Moreno Injury - The Denver Broncos Knowshon Moreno took a nasty hit to his abdomen area in the first quarter of the game against the Oakland Raiders and never returned. Knowshon spent the rest of the game on the sidelines out of his pads. The Broncos went on to lose to the Raiders 39 to 23 and you could tell Moreno wasn’t in the game as the Broncos only touchdowns were scored in the first quarter. The Raiders dominated the game today and limited the Broncos to a single field goal in each of the last three quarters. Denver did manage to hold off the Raiders offense in the second quarter by limiting them to a single field goal. The third quarter was nothing but a kicking match as Oakland and Denver both never saw the end zone. Oakland kicker Sebastian Janikowski managed two field goals in the third and Broncos kicker Steve Hauschka kicked one. CMR Talked o an insider at the Broncos camp and he told us that Knowshon Moreno will be ok and they just took him out of the game as a precaution. Our source said they were thinking he may have some internal injuries and just didn’t want to take the risk of doing further damage. Hopefully Knowshon Moreno is ok.

Knowshon Moreno Injury


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