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08:04 AM ET 09.11 | While Denver has provided -- for a week, anyway -- a career reset for Peyton Manning, it seems the same won't be said for Ty Warren. After the second play in the second quarter Sunday night, [Warren] lifted his 6-foot-5, 300-pound body off the grass and motioned for a replacement as he walked toward the Broncos' sideline. It was likely the last time Warren, a 31-year-old defensive tackle, will play for the Broncos this season. It might be the last play of his career. An MRI on Monday morning revealed that Warren tore his right triceps on that play, the same injury that sidelined him a year ago. The team is expected to place him on injured reserve, a move that would end his season because of injury for the third consecutive year.

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September 11, 2012  08:11 AM ET

Kudos to Manning and the Broncos, Peyton appears to be back!

September 11, 2012  08:12 AM ET

You see why very few players grow old with the Patriots?

September 11, 2012  08:14 AM ET
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You see why very few players grow old with the Patriots?

They are usually right. Not always (Seymour).

September 11, 2012  08:25 AM ET
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You see why very few players grow old with the Patriots?

And also why the Patiots always compete.

September 11, 2012  08:26 AM ET
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You see why very few players grow old with the Patriots?

Especially if you have trouble staying on the field.

September 11, 2012  09:01 AM ET

I hope you have save your money well Warren, because you know this is a cruel business you are in.

September 11, 2012  09:04 AM ET
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I hope you have save your money well Warren, because you know this is a cruel business you are in.

+1

September 11, 2012  09:10 AM ET
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I hope you have save your money well Warren, because you know this is a cruel business you are in.

Yep... and I sincerely hope he did well with his cash.

September 11, 2012  09:17 AM ET
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You see why very few players grow old with the Patriots?

Bruschi? Seau? Hell mostly the player are old when they arrive in New England

September 11, 2012  10:29 AM ET

Warren's career in jeopardy

I'll tale "stick a fork in him" for $100, Alex.

September 11, 2012  10:45 AM ET

Peyton Looked Like Johnny U, but Stokley is no Raymond Berry!!!!

September 11, 2012  11:08 AM ET

Cruel...sad...I love this game but it eats people alive. :(

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September 11, 2012  11:38 AM ET
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Bruschi? Seau? Hell mostly the player are old when they arrive in New England

LMAO! I was thinking the same thing...Roid-ney Harrison was already 40 (exaggeration) when he got there. Corey Dillon was over 30 too and Ocho was 36 when they got him

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September 11, 2012  12:43 PM ET

I watched what I could of te game, but don't recollect Payten throwing any passes to the right. He did well to the left

September 11, 2012  12:44 PM ET

Peyton even

 
September 11, 2012  01:01 PM ET
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I watched what I could of te game, but don't recollect Payten throwing any passes to the right. He did well to the left

He hit some on that side too, as I recall. Remember, that's Polamalu's side.

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