Good Morning, Broncos fans! As expected, the Cardinals will again start Drew Stanton over the injured Carson Palmer at quarterback on Sunday.
Palmer (shoulder) and LB Glenn Carson (ankle) are out, guard Paul Fanaika (knee) is questionable, while five other Cardinals are listed as probable.
For Denver, David Bruton (ankle) and Lerentee McCray (knee) are questionable, and five others are probable, including Louis Vasquez (ribs).
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OTC's Jason Fitzgerald has cleared up the caponomic questions relating to Matt Prater's release.
Per Fitzgerald, the move saves $2.294M in cash and cap this season.
As for the 2015 impact, there's a savings of at least $3.25M in cash and cap, and a dead money hit of at most $812,500.
On Friday, the Broncos announced the release of placekicker Matt Prater in favor of Brandon McManus, who stood in for him during the former's suspension.
Prater still has one game remaining on his four-game ban for alcohol use.
Denver will send its 2015 seventh-round pick to the Giants to complete their August trade.
Happy Friday, Broncos fans! Thursday night brought yet another dud, as the Packers dispatched the Vikings 42-10 in Green Bay.
The season's first two Thursday games were each decided by 20 points, while the three since have featured 30+ point margins.
Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdown passes and Eddie Lacy added two more on the ground.
The Cardinals have not yet officially ruled Carson Palmer out for Sunday's game in Denver, but all signs continue to point that way.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! As anticipated, the NFL and DirecTV have reached a lucrative extension to their exclusive broadcast agreement.
The deal will include an expansion of DirecTV's rights to stream games via mobile and broadband devices.
Incredibly, the reported figures are far higher than had been speculated earlier.
Wednesday was an aughts-heavy news day, with all sorts of blasts from the not so distant past.
Jon Gruden issued a tepid dismissal of a potential return to Oakland, claiming he's "not thinking about coaching."
But the Raiders might have the young QB that Chucky covets, in Derek Carr.
It appears Drew Stanton will be the Cardinals' starting quarterback this Sunday in Denver.
Carson Palmer reportedly suffered a setback in his recovery from a nerve condition in his throwing shoulder.
The 11th-year veteran missed practice on Wednesday to seek another opinion on the injury, which he suffered Week 1 against San Diego.