Good Morning, Broncos fans! Over the years, we've directed a robust share of criticism toward well-traveled former Denver wideout Brandon Marshall.
But Brandon's willingness to candidly discuss his own problems, and his outspoken support for those suffering mental illness, have been quite commendable.
Marshall spoke earlier in the week about the mess in Miami, and his comments stand out as some of the most well-considered from any current or former players.
Happy Friday, Broncos fans! A day after several Dolphins players came out in surpisingly vocal support for Richie Incognito, more possible evidence of his inhumanity emerged.
According to a 2012 police report, an inebriated Incognito allegedly molested a female volunteer at the team's annual golf outing. The well-known brute allegedly touched the volunteer's private parts with a golf club, grinded his junk on her buttocks, and emptied a water bottle in her face.
Meanwhile, David Cornwell, who is representing Jonathan Martin, hit back with more details on how his client was treated during his time in Miami.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! The Jonathan Martin/Richie Incognito saga took another shocking turn on Wednesday, as Dolphins players vocally sided with Incognito in public comments.
Aside from the awful implications of their support for Incognito, their blatant disregard for orders from the team to defer questions to Joe Philbin suggests a leadership vacuum and mutinous environment in their locker room.
Further up the organizational hierarchy, it shouldn't be too shocking (given his own checkered past) that Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland reportedly told Martin to settle things by punching Incognito.
Oh, and how exactly does that fit in with the team's claim they didn't know of any problems in the locker room?
Good Morning, Broncos fans! According to Patrick Smyth, John Fox was already up on his feet on Tuesday, a day after aortic valve replacement surgery.
Mike Klis speculates that Fox could even be back at Dove Valley within a few weeks' time in some capacity. It's quite an encouraging outlook, given that prior to the operation, it was suggested that Fox could be sidelined for the rest of the regular season.
As John Elway sees it, Foxy's energy and enthusiasm are what will be most difficult - if not impossible - to replace in his absence.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Thankfully, John Fox's aortic valve replacement is said to have gone well yesterday.
Naturally, everyone at Dove Valley says the team won't miss a beat with Jack Del Rio leading the way, but there's only one way to find out.
Meanwhile, down in Houston, it's suspected that Gary Kubiak may have suffered a so-called "mini-stroke."
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Following his controversial departure from the team last week, the Dolphins are expected to place T Jonathan Martin on the NFI (non-football injury) list.
The Martin story took several turns on Sunday, starting with an ass-covering statement from the team, which suggested that claims of bullying were "based on speculation."
At the time, the Stanford alum had not filed an official complaint, but Chris Mortensen attributed that to Martin's reported fear that he'd face retribution from fellow lineman Richie Incognito, the apparent head bully.
Hours later, Martin's representatives contacted the team with allegations of player misconduct, and the team asked the NFL to launch an investigation.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! According to Jay Glazer, John Fox is likely to remain in North Carolina for two weeks following Tuesday's operation to replace a defective aortic heart valve.
An updated statement from the team says that Fox had just days ago been advised by his doctors to undergo the procedure following the season. But Saturday's scare, when Foxy reportedly experienced lightheadedness and dizziness while golfing - has hastened that schedule.
Mike Klis reports that Fox's leave of absence could extend through the end of the regular season, with Jack Del Rio the top candidate to replace him on an interim basis.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Now that Denver's Week 11 home game against Kansas City has been flexed, the team is at the primetime limit.
The Broncos have already played three night games (Baltimore, Oakland, at Indy), and will now play three more (Kansas City, at New England, San Diego).
That brings them to the league-mandated limit of six primetime games, and leaves CBS with only eight Denver matchups for the year.
CBS has four of Denver's last five games, but of course, there's always the chance that some of them are rendered relatively moot if the team locks in its playoff seed earier.
Happy Friday, Broncos fans! Mere days after having been declared an AFC overdog, Cincinnati (6-3) suffered a catastrophic 22-20 loss at Miami (4-4) on Thursday night.
Cincy came back from a 17-3 third quarter deficit - with Giovani Bernard delivering a spectacular 35-yard touchdown run for the ages - and even took a 20-17 lead inside the two-minute warning.
But Ryan Tannehill led the Dolphins on a last-minute 50-yard drive, and Caleb Sturgis tied the game with a 44-yarder.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! There are many reasons to love that Denver's bye falls after eight games, mostly of the mathematical/statistical variety.
Obviously, the timing of the bye as relates to injuries is more about luck; the Broncos happen to be quite banged up right now, so the bye seems ideally timed. But we might be saying the same thing had their week off come sometime in November.
From a mathy viewpoint, though, it's now so easy to do the ever-dangerous extrapolations: Denver is on pace for 14 wins; Peyton Manning for 58 touchdown passes and 5,838 yards; Knowshon Moreno and Wes Welker are on pace for 18 touchdowns, while Julius Thomas is on a 16-score pace.