It was a dramatic Sunday for a trio of former Denver offensive stars.
Knowshon Moreno, who ran over the Patriots in helping the Dolphins to a huge Week 1 upset, suffered a dislocated elbow at Buffalo yesterday.
The injury occurred on Knowshon's first carry and only of the game, and will reportedly keep him out of four games.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Wes Welker may not be in uniform today, but he figures to be on the field in Seattle next Sunday.
According to Jason La Canfora, it's now expected that the new drug policy will (finally) be finalized early this week.
La Canfora says the latest holdup has been about avoiding policy-related disputes over the next several years.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Earlier in the week, the Chiefs added former Broncos Kevin Vickerson (free agency) and Jerry Franklin (promotion from PS).
As of Friday, injury has pushed another familiar player - Ryan Harris - into the starting lineup, at right tackle.
Harris is the Chiefs' third option there, as Donald Stephenson is suspended (PEDs), and Jeff Allen is having elbow surgery which will likely end his season.
Happy Friday, Broncos fans! Speculation continues that Wes Welker could be reinstated today, following the potential passage of a new drug policy.
But Josh Gordon? Not so much.
Adam Schefter reports that Gordon's one-year ban may only be reduced to eight games, because the positive marijuana test that triggered it took place during the 2013 league year.
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! Yes, there is football news that's not directly related to Roger Goodell (although there is more of that below).
Unfortunately, the other news is actually worse.
Arizona defensive end John Abraham has taken a leave of absence from the team, citing severe memory loss and a flagging desire to play the game.
It's open season on Roger Goodell.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! At the end of this month, the FCC will vote on ending the NFL's blackout rule.
In an op-ed for USA Today, the agency's chairman, Tom Wheeler, explains why he supports an end to the antiquated rule:
With the first weekend of professional football in the books, two things should be abundantly clear: The NFL is king; and the Federal Communications Commission's sports blackout rules are obsolete and have to go.
It's been particularly difficult this week to focus/care about last weekend's games, or any upcoming action.
The NFL is in crisis, and its commissioner is under fire.
Roger Goodell's bungling of the Ray Rice case is a watershed moment for the league.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Denver has a full game lead on the rest of the AFCW today, thanks to a late comeback win by the Cardinals on Monday.
Arizona scored 12 fourth-quarter points to knock off San Diego 18-17, with Carson Palmer directing a game-winning 91-yard drive.
Philip Rivers was intercepted once and had a key late fumble that pushed San Diego out of field goal range.
By now, the world has now seen the videotape of Ray Rice knocking his then-fiancee out cold in an Atlantic City elevator.
The league that knows no shame is now claiming not to have had access to the video prior to giving Rice his two-game ban.
Of course, that's not what Peter King reported on July 29, in no uncertain terms: