Terrance Knighton

Super Bowl Breakdown
The Starry Seven
The Starry Seven
We all know about the Broncos offense. But even without Von Miller, it's been the team's front seven that has been a dominant force in propelling Denver to Super Bowl 48. Do they have one more great game in them?
By Peter King
Game Plan
Pot Roast Will Be Served
Pot Roast Will Be Served
His name is Terrance Knighton. If you don't know him yet, you may be very familiar with him a week from Monday. Knighton is going to be a big part—both literally and figuratively—in stopping Marshawn Lynch and making things difficult on the Seahawks offense
By Peter King
Window Into the Weekend
The X-Factors
The X-Factors
You know about Peyton Manning, Marshawn Lynch and the other marquee players who will take the field in Super Bowl 48. But don't count out these two sleepers to make an impact on whether their teams will hoist the Lombardi
By Peter King
Open Field
‘One of Those Moments You Prepare for All Week’
‘One of Those Moments You Prepare for All Week’
No Von Miller? No Chris Harris? No problem. The Broncos relied on linebacker Danny Trevathan and nosetackle Terrance Knighton—wait, who?—to make the crucial stops in the AFC title game
By Robert Klemko
Film Room
Pressure Points: More Than Bits of Real Panther
Pressure Points: More Than Bits of Real Panther
At 6-2 and 285 pounds, Carolina's Charles Johnson is an oversize, unconventional defensive end with surprising speed and even faster hands. The Bucs found out the hard, painful way in Week 8
By Greg A. Bedard