2014 Super Bowl news roundup: Matt Prater, Knowshon Moreno questionable

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Two key Broncos are listed on the early injury report for the Super Bowl.

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The Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos both landed in New York and held their first press conferences for Super Bowl week.

Both teams will be going through the media gauntlet this week, so Sunday was just the beginning. Richard Sherman once again had to talk about his postgame interview, Peyton Manning was asked about the weather.

Here's a look at some actual news.

Knowshon Moreno questionable for Sunday

Knowshon Moreno has been dealing with sore ribs, and the injury is unlikely to keep him out of the Super Bowl. It's worth noting that he is listed as questionable for the game, however. For more on this, check out SB Nation's Broncos blog, Mile High Report.

Matt Prater questionable for Sunday

Matt Prater missed two practices with an illness last week, but John Fox seemed confident that he would be ready to play in the Super Bowl. He is officially listed as questionable for the game, according to Tom Pelissero of USA Today.

Demaryius Thomas wants Richard Sherman to cover him

Demaryius Thomas isn't afraid of the so-called best cornerback in the NFL. In an interview with NFL.com, Thomas said he wants Richard Sherman to cover him in the Super Bowl. Thomas is usually a quiet, reserved guy, so it would be interesting to see him up against one of the most notorious trash talkers in the NFL.

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