Good Morning, Broncos fans! According to Lindsay Jones, any suspension that DJ Williams faces from the NFL in relation to his DUI arrest will not come until next season. This is clearly good news for the Broncos, especially with the continuing absence of Robert Ayers. As for the game, today is basically it for the 2010 Broncos. They can pull themselves within two games of the Chefs with a victory, although they'll remain in last place in the AFC West regardless. Of course, a victory today would also be the first one at home for Josh McDaniels' Broncos against a division rival...
Here's the scantastic DP game preview.
Questions, answers and a prediction of a Chefs victory from Andrew Mason.
Klis makes the case that DJ's punishment is too severe. He quotes a local sports psychologist who wonders if the Broncos are doing enough to address their players' mental health.
Legwold gets some candid comments from Josh McDaniels, Alphonso Smith and Peyton Hillis about the players' departures from Denver.
Matt Prater opens up to LJ about his superstitions and upbringing. BTW Matt, that makes you 1/8 Cherokee...
Notes from LJ, including details on DJ Williams and a visit from John Elway.
Today will be the first NFL meeting between the two Colquitt brothers.
After having been cut by both Josh McDaniels and Eric Mangini, old friend Nate Jackson has some harsh words for the two coaches. Plus, he would allow his children to play football despite all that's come to light in recent years regarding the health ramifications of the sport.
Since arriving last year, GM Scott Pioli has made it clear that there will be no stars on the Chefs - only hard workers.
LB Derrick Johnson went from being benched for much of 2009 to getting a lucrative extension from the Chefs this week.
The Chefs promoted S RIcky Price from their practice squad, releasing LB Charlie Anderson to make room for him.
Teicher previews the game and predicts a Chefs victory.
Acee examines the Dolts' running game.
Jerry McDonald on what Jokeland faces in their next seven games.
In his Sunday column, Dan Pompei points out that the Chefs did well to sign RB Thomas Jones.
Judy Battista contrasts the NFL introductions of Sam Bradford and Alex Smith - the former thrown right in, the latter on the bench.
Carson Cistulli shares his weekly notes.