On Tuesday, Denver waived wideout Nathan Palmer, who had been promoted from the practice squad following Wes Welker's suspension.
Oddly, no corresponding roster addition has been announced, so that would leave a vacancy on the active 53-man roster.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Denver has a full game lead on the rest of the AFCW today, thanks to a late comeback win by the Cardinals on Monday.
Arizona scored 12 fourth-quarter points to knock off San Diego 18-17, with Carson Palmer directing a game-winning 91-yard drive.
Philip Rivers was intercepted once and had a key late fumble that pushed San Diego out of field goal range.
Having lost two defensive starters in linebacker Derrick Johnson and end Mike DeVito, the Chiefs signed former Broncos defensive end Kevin Vickerson on Monday night.
Big Vick was among Denver's final cuts; the two teams will face off at SAF@MH on Sunday afternoon.
The league's 32 player reps will vote on a revised drug policy on Tuesday. The proposed policy is said to include HGH testing and relaxed rules on marijuana and amphetamines.
It's been speculated that an agreement would be followed closely by a reinstatement of wideouts Wes Welker and Josh Gordon.
Special teams ace David Bruton suffered a separated shoulder on a questionable hit delivered by Colt Anderson during a Denver kickoff on Sunday night.
But according to John Fox, the injury is only of the day-to-day variety, so Bruton could return in time for Sunday's game against Kansas City.
Just two years after selecting him 61st overall, San Francisco has waived running back LaMichael James.
According to his agent, James requested his release from the team.
In 15 games, the Oregon product had 41 carries and five catches, returned 23 punts and 26 kickoffs, and fumbled four times.
It took them many months, but the Baltimore Ravens have finally done the right thing, and severed their ties with Ray Rice.
The league has followed suit by suspending Rice indefinitely.
Original Bronco and Ring of Famer Goose Gonsoulin passed away at 76.
Gonsoulin's 11 interceptions in 1960 remain a single-season franchise record, while his 43 career picks are second only to Steve Foley's 44.
By now, the world has now seen the videotape of Ray Rice knocking his then-fiancee out cold in an Atlantic City elevator.
The league that knows no shame is now claiming not to have had access to the video prior to giving Rice his two-game ban.
Of course, that's not what Peter King reported on July 29, in no uncertain terms:
If you only watched the first half of tonight’s game, you would have assumed the rest of the season was a waste of time.
Hand the Broncos the AFC.
If you’d only watched the second half, well, you would have assumed the same thing. The only difference?
You’d hand the Broncos a top-ten draft pick.
And that was pretty much the game. It remains to be seen just how great this Broncos team is, despite the lofty predictions and expectations.
Crazy, stupid season.