Data Scout Notes: 2012: DoakWalkerWinner/Consensus All-American Team/AFCA/WCamp1st/RBOYC/1stC/AP1st/1stM...DoakWalkerFinalist...Coming off Aug/Sept 2012 concussions...PWCamp/PDoak/PMaxwell...2011: HeismanTrophyFinalist/AFCA/DoakWalkerFinalist/BigTenRBOY/1stC/1stM/PTWM/PDoak/PMaxwell...2010: HMC/HMM
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Draft Scout Montee Ball News
09/21/14 - RB Montee Ball fumbled on the first play of the game, and his second carry went for minus-5 yards. His day got only slightly better, as he finished with 38 yards on 14 carries. "I was trying to do too much," Ball said. "Especially with a team like Seattle, you take what they give you. I was trying to jump around."
09/14/14 - RB Montee Ball is well on his way to establishing himself as the Broncos featured running back. He ran 12 times for 60 yards and added three catches for 29 yards.
09/03/14 - RB Montee Ball is poised to make his first regular-season start. Ball overcame an emergency appendectomy Aug. 4 and returned to practice two weeks later. He had four carries and four receptions on one series in a preseason loss to Houston on Aug. 23.
08/05/14 - RB Montee Ball will miss at least the next two weeks after undergoing an emergency appendectomy Aug. 4. Ball began feeling symptoms a day earlier. When they persisted, he went to a doctor, where the diagnosis of appendicitis was made. He is expected to play in Week 1.
07/30/14 - RB Montee Ball is the clear No. 1 running back, as was expected heading into training camp. Ball has shown improvement as a receiver and as a blocker, and has intentionally challenged himself by setting himself up for one-on-one blocking drills against two of the three starting linebackers: Nate Irving and Danny Trevathan.