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Kubiak receives game ball in return to sidelines


Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak was presented with the game ball from cornerback Aqib Talib, in his first game back following an absence due to medical issues.

Kubiak was hospitalized on Oct. 13 following a loss to the San Diego Chargers, and was told to take a week off after suffering a "complex migraine condition."

“Coaches get game balls when players play good, I can tell you that. Our players played really well tonight. I’m proud of them because I asked them to do some things for me over the course of the last 10, 11 days,” Kubiak said during his press conference.

The Broncos snapped a two-game losing streak, comprehensively defeating the Houston Texans 27-9.

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4-star athlete Russ Yeast commits to Louisville


Four-star athlete Russ Yeast announced his commitment to Louisville on Monday, according to Mark Ennis of the Card Chronicle.

Yeast originally committed to Kentucky, where his father Craig Yeast played for the Wildcats during the 1990s, but opened his commitment back up in the summer.

The athlete will start on defense at cornerback, but could also see some time on offense at receiver.

"He's a defensive recruit for them, but he could play on the other side of the ball," Craig Yeast told InsideTheVille. "He's a decent offensive player who could be used in packages or if it doesn't work out at corner he could always move to receiver. He's a physical kid, a lot tougher than people thought he was."

Yeast joins fellow four-star receiver Justin Marshall and running back Colin Wilson in the Cardinals' 2017 recruiting class. He also held offers from Iowa, Auburn, Ole Miss, and Nebraska, among others.

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