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Denver Broncos Kevin Vickerson on Seattle Seahawks: '(Bleep) 'em'

By Johnny Hart
Denver Broncos/NFL reporter
ESPNDenver.com
 
It’s mostly likely safe to say, at this point, that there’s no love lost between Denver Broncos defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson and the Seattle Seahawks.
 
If there were any doubt, Big Vick snuffed it out over the air Wednesday.
 
Vickerson had received some fanfare over comments made to Colorado Springs Gazette columnist Paul Klee earlier this week, in which he dropped an F-bomb in reference to his Super Bowl foe and the smack talk they’ve been laying down since Feb. 2.
 
But despite the social media chatter, Vickerson didn’t back away from the quote when he joined 1023 and 1055 ESPN’s Cecil Lammey after Wednesday’s open practice at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
 
“I really have seen (what people are saying), but my words stay the same,” Vickerson said.
 
“(Bleep) ‘em.”

 
Vickerson, who was released by the Seahawks in 2010, told Klee that Seattle definitely earned the right to chirp after they thumped Denver in 43-8 six months ago, but that he’s prefer to let the “pads talk.”
 
Denver will certainly get their chance to counterpunch this season, as they match up with the Super Bowl champions twice –– during the club’s first preseason game on Aug. 7 in Denver and on the road in Seattle during Week 3 of the regular season on Sept. 21.

Chris Harris moved to active roster from PUP list, partakes in stadium practice

By Johnny Hart
Denver Broncos/NFL reporter
ESPNDenver.com
 
Just 48 hours after being cleared for limited practice by Dr. James Andrews, Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris participated in team drills during the club’s stadium practice Wednesday.
 
The Broncos announced late Tuesday that Harris had passed his team physical and would be activated from the physically unable to perform (PUP) list.
 
 
Harris said the first day of training camp last week that he felt good and he looked forward to working on “getting back to football,” with the aim of hopefully being cleared in time to play Denver’s season opener at home against the Indianapolis Colts on Sept. 7.
 
“… I am just worried about Sept. 7,” Harris said last week. “As long as I am out there for that game, that is all I am worried about.”
 
It’s likely that Harris won’t see any action during any of the club’s four preseason matchups, though nothing has been ruled our by the Broncos.
 
According to ESPN.com’s Jeff Legwold, Harris has said throughout camp that he expects to be cleared for full contact by Denver’s third preseason tilt against the Houston Texans on Aug. 23.

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TRAINING CAMP PLAYER TO WATCH

EMMANUEL SANDERS
#10 WR
 
 
Height:  5-11
Weight: 180
Age:  27
College:  SMU
Experience:  5 years
 
Sanders failed to put up monster stats with the Steelers, but that was a product of the Todd Haley system he’s worked in over the last two years. In the Adam Gase offense (and catching passes from Peyton Manning), we could see Sanders put up career-best numbers in 2014.
 
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