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Elway remembers well the significance of the Brady and Manning-esque matchups
Peyton Manning led the Indianapolis Colts to two Super Bowls, including one championship. Now, he’s trying to steer the Denver Broncos to that plateau. Manning will face Tom Brady and the New England Patriots on Sunday night in Boston.
Tom Brady has led the New England Patriots to five Super Bowls and multiple championships, and he’s squared up against Peyton Manning from the latter’s days in Indianapolis 13 times. Brady leads the head-to-head 9-4, and they’ll again face off Sunday night in Boston.
Broncos replace Moore with Huff

ENGLEWOOD – The Broncos placed safety Rahim Moore on recallable injured reserve Tuesday and signed veteran Michael Huff to take his place.
Moore underwent emergency surgery to stop bleeding in a muscle in his left leg Monday. By placing him on recallable IR, the Broncos can bring Moore back to practice in six weeks and onto the active roster if they’re playing in eight weeks, which would be the week of the AFC title game in January.
“Obviously it hurts to lose Rahim, he’d been playing so well,” Broncos executive vice president of football operations John Elway said.
Huff was the seventh pick of the 2006 draft by the Raiders. He signed as a free agent with Baltimore last offseason but played sparingly in seven games this year before the Ravens released him.

Bronco bits

The Broncos broke ground on an indoor practice facility Tuesday, part of an expansion and renovation of their headquarters that’s estimated to cost in the range of $30 million. Denver currently is one of nine teams that don’t have their own indoor facility. ... The Broncos put S Rahim Moore on the injured reserve list with the option to bring him back the week of the AFC title game if they advance that far. They signed S Michael Huff to take his place. ... Denver also signed S John Boyett to its practice squad and released RB Edwin Baker.

Marquee QB1s

Peyton Manning led the Indianapolis Colts to two Super Bowls, including one championship. Now, he’s trying to steer the Denver Broncos to that plateau. Manning will face Tom Brady and the New England Patriots on Sunday night in Boston.
Tom Brady has led the New England Patriots to five Super Bowls and multiple championships, and he’s squared up against Peyton Manning from the latter’s days in Indianapolis 13 times. Brady leads the head-to-head 9-4, and they’ll again face off Sunday night in Boston.
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