Maybe John Elway doesn't like the Broncos' new status as America's most popular team.
Or, he thinks the offensive line sucks.
Either way, the Broncos worked out Richie Incognito on Monday, according to his comrade in meatheadedness Jay Glazer.
According to the DP, Ronnie Hillman will miss at least two weeks with a foot sprain he suffered at Oakland on Sunday.
Denver travels to face the Rams in St. Louis this Sunday, before hosting Miami in Week 12.
The week after that, they'll face the Chiefs on SNF at Arrowhead. The current timeline would have Hillman back for that showdown.
Sources tell Mike Klis the Broncos have commenced contract extension talks with cornerback Chris Harris.
Of course, that doesn't mean the two sides will come to an agreement anytime soon, or even later.
Denver recently tabled negotiations with Demaryius and Julius Thomas.
The NFL announced its three London matchups for the 2015 season, and thankfully, the Broncos will not be involved.
However, they may benefit from one of the games, as the Chiefs will "host" the Lions in Week 8.
According to the DP, Nate Irving's MRI on Monday showed a sprained MCL that may not end his season.
However, Irving's knee reportedly has significant swelling, and more tests are required.
Per Mike Klis, Denver plans to start either Lamin Barrow or Steven Johnson in his place.
Nate Irving will undergo an MRI on Monday to determine the severity of the injury to his right knee.
According to Mike Klis, the Broncos fear Irving's injury is serious.
Von Miller was named the AFC's Defensive Player of the Month for October. Miller has had seven sacks during Denver's four-game winning streak, and has at least one QB takedown in six straight games.
He first won the award in November 2012, when he totaled eight sacks and forced three fumbles. Von and the newly retired Champ Bailey (11/05, 10/06) are the only Broncos to have won the award twice.
Meanwhile, Tom Brady is the AFC Offensive POM, presumably beating out Peyton Manning for that honor.
The Broncos filled their practice squad vacancy by signing former Arena League wideout Douglas McNeil.
A spot had opened with last week's post-arrest release of John Boyett.
Tuesday's trade deadline saw no other action for Denver, who reportedly drew multiple offers for corner Tony Carter. According to Troy Renck, Baltimore was among the teams who came calling.
The Champ has decided to hang 'em up.
Longtime former Broncos corner Champ Bailey is retiring after 15 seasons, says his agent, Jack Reale.
As Reale tells it, Bailey has drawn interest from a couple of teams, but has decided instead to move on.
On Monday, San Diego released corner Richard Marshall, who had become a favorite target for Peyton Manning over the past two seasons.
During the Broncos' past four games against the Chargers (including the 2013 divisional round), Manning has been nearly perfect when throwing Marshall's way.