Broncos lose DE Ekuban to torn Achilles; RB Henry sprains knee Print
Written by Admin   
Saturday, 18 August 2007 17:55
NFL Headline News

 IRVING, Texas (AP) -Denver starting defensive end Ebenezer Ekuban likely suffered a season-ending torn Achilles' tendon, and running back Travis Henry sprained his left knee in the Broncos' 31-20 preseason loss to Dallas on Saturday night.
Ekuban hurt his right Achilles' in the second quarter. He slammed his helmet to the turf and was in obvious pain. Across the field, his agony was felt by former college and Cowboys teammate Greg Ellis, who is slowly trying to come back from the same injury.
``It's a shame to lose Ebenezer for the year,'' coach Mike Shanahan said. ``He's been a real leader for us.''
Henry ran for 25 yards on 10 carries and lost a fumble on Denver's 7. He gained a yard on first-and-goal from the 3 on the play he was injured. Henry later walked to the locker room with an ice pack on his knee.
Shanahan said Henry's injury is to his MCL. It's a first-degree sprain, which is the lowest.
``We'll get an MRI to make sure,'' Shanahan said.
Backup running back Mike Bell strained his left hip and backup safety Curome Cox strained his right shoulder. Shanahan called those ``bumps and bruises.''
 

NFL Team Pages

Top NFL Public Bets

#1 271 Indianapolis Colts 88%
#2 265 Houston Texans 87%
#3 263 Miami Dolphins 79%
#4 259 Seattle Seahawks 73%
#5 275 Green Bay Packers 73%
#6 267 Baltimore Ravens 68%
#7 278 Dallas Cowboys 68%
#8 258 Kansas City Chiefs 65%
#9 262 New York Jets 65%
#10 269 Philadelphia Eagles 64%
View All: NFL |  NBA |  NCAAF |  NCAAB |  MLB |  NHL

NFL Futures

NFL TEAM CONFERENCE ODDS CURRENT
DENVER BRONCOS 3/2
GREEN BAY PACKERS 3/1
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS 4/1
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 5/1
DALLAS COWBOYS 5/1
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS 11/2
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS 6/1
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS 7/1
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES 8/1
ARIZONA CARDINALS 9/1
View All

Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Contact Us | Advertising | 888-99-SPREAD

THIS IS NOT A GAMBLING SITE – If you think you have a gambling problem click here.

Disclaimer: This site is for informational and entertainment purposes only. Individual users are responsible for the laws regarding accessing gambling information from their jurisdictions. Many countries around the world prohibit gambling, please check the laws in your location. Any use of this information that may violate any federal, state, local or international law is strictly prohibited.

Copyright: The information contained on TheSpread.com website is protected by international copyright and may not be reproduced, or redistributed in any way without expressed written consent.

About: TheSpread.com is the largest sports betting news site in the United States. We provide point spread news, odds, statistics and information to over 199 countries around the world each year. Our coverage includes all North American College and Professional Sports as well as entertainment, political and proposition wagering news.

©1999-2013 TheSpread.com