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.
Two veteran running backs were dumped on Tuesday, but the Broncos - whose own running back corps is decimated by injury - are not interested in either of them.
Pittsburgh expectedly cut LeGarrette Blount, less than a day after he'd left the field during the Steelers' MNF win at Tennessee.
The Broncos' visit with Richie Incognito reportedly "went well," but apparently not enough so to sign the jerk.
According to Incognito's workout partner and pretend journalist Jay Glazer, Denver will revisit the idea after their games at St. Louis and against Miami.
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.
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.
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.
According to Peter King, the Broncos are shopping reserve corner Tony Carter:
I said on NBC Sunday night that you could have Denver cornerback Tony Carter (everyone wants corners) for a mid- to late-round pick, and Mike Florio reported the Patriots could be in the market for Tampa Bay running back Doug Martin, who is having an awful year and hurt an ankle Sunday.
Carter is making $730K this year and is schedule to become a restricted free agent in the offseason.
With Tuesday's trade deadline approaching, talk of potential deals is heating up.
New England already acquired linebacker Akeem Ayers from Tennessee, but they are said to be looking to do more.
Mike Florio says New England has also been shopping for a running back, having lost Stevan Ridley for the season.
The Broncos' promotion of Kapri Bibbs to the active roster was a response to reported interest from the Bills, who lost two backs to injury last week. Denver now has five active running backs, four of whom aren’t badly injured.
Ronnie Hillman leads the group for now, with Juwan Thompson backing him up. C.J. Anderson, with only 13 carries in the last three games, has apparently dropped to the third string. What can we expect from each, now that we’ve seen all but Bibbs in game situations?
Bibbs is an impressive young runner. He’s missing the receiving and pass protection aspects of his game. Those, along with building the NFL body that coach Fox likes to mention, are the things that he should be working on. It’s a full time job.
The Broncos promoted running back Kapri Bibbs from their practice squad and waived his fellow ex-CSU Ram Shaq Barrett to make room for him.
According to Mike Klis, Denver called up Bibbs to prevent other teams from signing him.