Mike Anderson

Baltimore Ravens #38 - Running Back

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Poll: Who won Portis for Bailey trade?

In 2004, the Denver Broncos traded Pro Bowl running back Clinton Portis to the Washington Redskins in exchange for Pro Bowl cornerback Champ Bailey and a draft pick. Looking back on the trade today, it's clear who got the better end of the deal.

38 Days: Mike Anderson and the Mile High Salute

38 Days until Elvis Dumervil gets stonewalled by Ryan Clady tick tock tick tock

Grbac: Worst FA Ever?

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It's pretty much of a fact that QB Elvis Grbac was easily the Ravens worst free agent signing ever.

Doug Martin, Darren McFadden headline Week 9 RBs

The Good, the bad, and the injured for those guys that carry the ball.

The Denver Broncos and the NFL Draft: 2000

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A look back at the Denver Broncos draft class from the 2000 NFL Draft

Mark Schlereth Spells Out in Detail Why Redskins Run Game is Sucky Sucky

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Via Rich Campbell of the Washington Times, Mark Schlereth breaks down in detail everything wrong with the Redskins running game.

Denver Broncos Greats... By The Numbers: #41

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Mile High Report continues the series of crowning the greatest Broncos to wear every number. Today, we look at the players who wore number 41.

NFL Draft: Top Ten Denver Broncos Draft Busts - #3 Willie Middlebrooks

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We continue our look at the biggest Denver Broncos draft busts with a cornerback that has had much more success north of the border than at any time in the NFL

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