KUSA - The team meeting was at 1 p.m.
I thought Kubiak looked a little pale, which is not uncommon after a weeklong absence. His voice was a little weaker. He says he’s fine.
Kubiak said he didn’t think the mini-stroke he suffered three years ago as he was walking off the field at halftime of a game with Houston was related to the complex migraine he had last Sunday.
“It was different for me,'' Kubiak said. "They were different to me, but they’ve obviously had some conversations (doctors in Houston and Denver) trying to discuss what happened both times, but to me they were different. I feel very good.”
He doesn’t have to play so that’s good. He is charged with getting his players to start playing well, though. That has to start this week against Brock and the Texans.
“He said three things: Detail, effort and preparation,'' said cornerback Chris Harris Jr. "Those three things right there are something we’re going to focus on. The sense of urgency is all the way up. Especially, I think we’re tied for first in the AFC West. We know our task. It’s everybody. It’s coaches, players, everybody. We’ve got to coach better, play better, play the plays better, all of that.’’
“I felt bad before the game,'' he said. "I felt bad Saturday evening and Sunday morning. I went through the game. I’ve coached football games not feeling well before, it’s not the first time, but I felt really bad going through and into Monday. I was just feeling crappy. I thought I had the flu. I talked to ‘Greek’ (trainer Steve Antonopulos) before the game, so it wasn’t like it was something that just came on. I had felt bad leading up to it. I’m through with it and ready to move forward.”
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