But what about BMarsh and Big Ben?

Good Morning, Broncos fans! Just yesterday, Vikings ownership spoke about how they'd reversed course on Adrian Peterson.

They did admit to having made a mistake in first reinstating Peterson on Monday.

But the Wilf brothers apparently spent much of their presser patting themselves on the back for having done "the right thing."

The Peterson case figures to now move somewhat to the background, as it could take months to play out.

As if on cue, though, the NFL has yet another violence case to deal with.

Arizona running back Jonathan Dwyer was arrested Wednesday on domestic violence and child abuse charges stemming from a pair of July incidents.

The Cardinals, who claim they first learned of the case yesterday, went along with the league's punishment du jour, placing Dwyer on the Exempt/Commissioner's Permission list.

FWIW, Raiders owner Mark Davis thinks that's an appropriate move for all players "accused or arrested" for domestic violence.

But what about players with prior domestic violence cases that went unpunished by the league?

If there's no place in this league for Ray Rice, Greg Hardy, and Adrian Peterson, then why should players like Brandon Marshall and Ben Roethlisberger still be around?

That's question was asked yesterday, as representives of Marshall's ex-girlfriend, Rasheeda Watley, said Roger Goodell ignored her accusations against Brandon during his Denver days.


Tim Dahlberg, Jason Lisk, and Peter King wonder when Goodell is going to show his face, speak out against child abuse, and answer questions.

Andrew Brandt suggests the league hire an ombudsman.

Not too surprisingly, some women are starting to tune out the NFL.

William Rhoden says the NFL appears rudderless in its bungling of so many important issues.

At least Goodell can always find support from PFT Commenter.


The condition of Von Miller's surgically repaired knee continues to improve.

In August, Peyton Manning told Peter King he'd first hoped to play in Denver for just two years, but that his improved physical condition has expanded that timeline.

Manning is three touchdown passes shy of 500 for his career.

Andy Benoit expects to see Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders lined up beside each other on Sunday, and recommends the Broncos spy Russell Wilson with Brandon Marshall.

Matt Bowen recommends Manning utilize inside seam passes and crossing routes in Seattle.

Cecil Lammey also examines the tape to preview Broncos/Seahawks.

John Clayton writes some pretty dumb stuff, but his claim that Denver's free agent signings won't matter untill playoff time is one of his worst ever.


Marshawn Lynch and Kam Chancellor were among five players held out of practice on Wednesday.

The Seahawks are talking more about bouncing back from a loss than a SB rematch.

Doug Farrar says the Chargers showed that quick angle routes are the key to throwing on Richard Sherman.


Following in the footsteps of UConn's Casey Cochran, Longhorns quarterback David Ash is quitting football due to concussion.

Through two weeks, NFL announcers are uttering the blatantly racist name of the Washington franchise a whole lot less.


According to PFF, Chris Clark (64 snaps) is the only starting tackle who hasn't yet allowed a pressure.

Denver and KC posted matching pass/run ratios on Sunday.

KSK memeifies Week 2.

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