Per Mike Klis, the team signed McManus to ensure they could activated him "on moment's notice." It's a sensible move for a team that kicks off a hell of a lot more often than it attempts field goals (last week's five-FG game inclusive).
According to Adam Schefter, the Raiders and LOLJets would be interested in a potential trade for 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh.
Oakland needs all the help it can get, as evidenced by their 52-0 whitewashing by the Rams on Sunday.
Brandon Marshall was cleared through the league's concussion protocol, and is expected to start on Sunday at Arrowhead.
Julius Thomas and Aqib Talib were limited participants on Friday and are listed as questionable.
An arbitrator overturned the indefinite suspension of domestic abuser and former Ravens running back Ray Rice, who is now free to sign with any team.
In her ruling, former U.S. District Court Judge Barbara S. Jones concluded that Rice had not lied to or misled NFL officials during his disciplinary hearing:
The Broncos swapped kickers on Tuesday, agreeing to terms with Connor Barth and waiving Brandon McManus, who's missed four field goal attempts in 13 tries.
Among qualifying active kickers, Barth has the ninth best career FG percentage at 84.167% in four seasons with Tampa Bay and part of one season with Kansas City.
If we're all being totally honest, we're never disappointed when a key opposing player is unable to play against our team due to injury.
Rooting for or celebrating an injury is definitely in poor taste, and suggests a complete loss of perspective. But, you know Packers fans were excited when Terrell Davis left SB 32 with his migraine, and who could blame them?
That said, we really wish Chiefs All-Pro safety Eric Berry were available for Sunday's game at Arrowhead.
According to Mike Klis, the Broncos will work out Jay Feely and Connor Barth on Tuesday. Brandon McManus has struggled on field goals, making nine and missing four on the season.
His misses have come from 33, 41, 53, and 53 yards, while his longest make was from 44. McManus's 33-yard miss after halftime on Sunday caromed off the right upright and prevented the Broncos from cutting Miami's lead to one.
As predicted by Lindsay Jones, the Broncos promoted running back Jeremy Stewart from their practice squad ahead of Sunday's game versus Miami.
To create room for Stewart on the roster, Denver cut Kapri Bibbs, with the intention of returning him to the practice squad if he clears waivers.
Emmanuel Sanders was cleared through the league's concussion protocol on Thursday, practiced on Friday, is listed as probable, and will play in Sunday's game versus Miami.
Tight ends Julius Thomas and Virgil Green were limited on Friday, and are questionable for Sunday. Expectedly, Montee Ball and Ronnie Hillman are out.
Several former Broncos are among 26 modern era semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's class of 2015.
Longtime Broncos Steve Atwater, Terrell Davis, and Karl Mecklenburg made the cut, as did John Lynch and Ty Law (gold star to anyone who remembered that he was a Bronco for seven games in 2009).
15 of the 26 will be named finalists on January 8, and inductees will be announced on January 31.