According to Peter King, the Broncos are shopping reserve corner Tony Carter:
I said on NBC Sunday night that you could have Denver cornerback Tony Carter (everyone wants corners) for a mid- to late-round pick, and Mike Florio reported the Patriots could be in the market for Tampa Bay running back Doug Martin, who is having an awful year and hurt an ankle Sunday.
Carter is making $730K this year and is schedule to become a restricted free agent in the offseason.
With Tuesday's trade deadline approaching, talk of potential deals is heating up.
New England already acquired linebacker Akeem Ayers from Tennessee, but they are said to be looking to do more.
Mike Florio says New England has also been shopping for a running back, having lost Stevan Ridley for the season.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! As we've been over countless times, Denver is going to have to break the bank to keep Demaryius and Julius Thomas.
The timing couldn't be better for these two players to be hitting free agency.
Their production continues to increase while playing with Peyton Manning, and the salary cap may be the only thing rising more quickly.
Enjoy the games, and Go Bears (at New England)!
Peyton Manning's first three (of four) touchdown passes against San Francisco were featured on NFLN's Sound FX earlier this week.
I already posted links to two of the videos earlier today in the Lard, but missed #508.
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! Seven games don't quite make a season, but how about Emmanuel Sanders' 2014 campaign?
Denver's free agent bargain is now tied for fifth in the league in catches, is eighth in yards, and has just one touchdown fewer than he did in his first three seasons.
His season totals are already the second best of his career, and he needs only another 20 catches, 106 yards, and two scores to match his 2013 figures.
Happy Friday, Broncos fans! With their emphatic win last night, Denver matched Dallas for the best record in the NFL.
Of course, that's pending the rest of this week's games, including a matchup between the two 5-1 squads, Philly at Arizona.
On a programming note, we've updated last night's recap to include links to videos and analysis.
It’s still a week away from Halloween, but the Broncos are getting scary.
Too many monsters. Too many ways for the opponent to die.
Tonight, the Broncos fed the Frankenstein that was Emmanuel Sanders.
The Chargers were torn limb from limb.
Be afraid, AFC West. Be very afraid.
Emmanuel Sanders caught three touchdown passes from Peyton Manning, and Juwan Thompson added two short rushing scores.
Ronnie Hillman had another big game, with 138 yards from scrimmage for his third straight 100-yard game in as many starts.
Inactives: Broncos - Montee Ball, Omar Bolden, Steven Johnson, Kapri Bibbs, Ben Garland, Mitch Unrein, Michael Schofield (Cody Latimer and Tony Carter are active)
Chargers - CB Brandon Flowers, LB Manti Te'o, RB Ryan Mathews, RB Donald Brown, CB Steve Williams, LB Jeremiah Attaochu, LB Cordarro Law (CB Jason Verrett is active)