Tuesday saw a handful of transactions of at least tangential interest to Denver:
- Detroit is expected to sign Matt Prater, having chosen him over Jay Feely after the two tried out on Tuesday. Mike Klis suggests Prater's agent is playing hard to get, if you can believe that, but Adam Schefter says Prater will sign a one-year deal.
In what appears to be an unrelated move, the team released tackle Ryan Miller from their practice squad.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Seattle (3-1) continued its winning ways on Monday night with a 27-17 decision at Washington (1-4).
Russell Wilson passed for two scores and rushed for another, adding 122 yards on the ground to 178 net passing yards.
Neither touchdown pass went to Percy Harvin, who maddeningly had three scores called back by penalty.
Just a few more notes of interest on this Monday evening:
- Mike Holmgren downplayed his visit last week to Raiders HQ, chalking it up to something of a favor to his former Green Bay colleague, Oakland GM Reggie McKenzie. The SB 32 loser says he just went to review some film and offer an outside opinion on what's gone so wrong for the Raiders this year.
According to Mike Klis, Montee Ball's groin strain will cause him to miss "several weeks" of action.
Starting on Sunday, Denver will play three games in 12 days - at the Jets, versus San Francisco a week later, and versus San Diego the following Thursday.
PFF previews the matchup. Enjoy the game!
The Lions cut their second kicker of the season, this time Alex Henery, formerly of the Eagles.
Henery replaced 2014 seventh-rounder Nate Freese two weeks ago, and the two combined to go just 4/12 on field goal attempts.
Detroit will reportedly work out former Broncs kicker Matt Prater today, along with Jay Feely and Connor Barth.
On the third play of the second half of Sunday's win over Arizona, Julius Thomas was flagged for an illegal chop block on Calais Campbell.
The penalty was offset by a holding call on Arizona corner Antonio Cromartie, and wiped out what would have been a 77-yard touchdown catch by Demaryius Thomas.
Campbell suffered a sprained MCL on the play, and is expected to miss 3-4 weeks.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Having dispatched one of the league's last unbeaten teams with relative ease, the Broncos will face a squad at the other end of the spectrum in Week 6.
Denver heads east to play the Jets, who find themselves amidst a four-game losing streak and turmoil that grows by the day.
It's the longest streak of futility of Rex Ryan's tenure, and he attempted to take all of the blame for Sunday's 31-0 debacle in San Diego.
According to Mike Klis, Montee Ball will undergo an MRI on his injured groin on Monday.
Ball left in the third quarter of Denver's 41-20 win over Arizona.