Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! Expectedly, Wes Welker will not play in Denver's game against San Diego on Thursday night.
Although John Fox has not said so publicly, Ian Rapoport says the concussed wideout has indeed been ruled out.
Against Tennessee on Sunday, Welker suffered his second head injury in just 22 days.
Along with Welker, Derek Wolfe and C.J. Anderson were held out on Tuesday; Wolfe is not expected to play either, while illness kept Anderson from practicing.
Thursday will mark the first meeting between John Fox and his longtime mentee, Mike McCoy.
Matt Prater grew up in a soccer-playing family and near the Gramatica family.
Mike Klis says Champ Bailey won't play tomorrow, but expects he'll take the field at Houston next week.
Incredibly, Denver has eight blocking penalties on special teams plays, after having had only one in 2012.
In an excellent writeup from Jeffri Chadiha on the rigors of NFL head coaching jobs, John Fox admits he mistakenly put the Broncos ahead of his own health when he pushed off heart surgery last summer.
Andy Benoit expects plenty of two-TE sets tomorrow night, from both the Broncos and Chargers.
Mark Kiszla thinks the Broncos are screwed because of their defense.
Denver's receivers sound pretty confident that Peyton Manning will recapture the single-season TD pass mark.
Doug Farrar analyzes Manning's deep throws of Week 14.
Frank Schwab addresses the stupidity inherent in suggestions that there is a better MVP candidate out there than Peyton.
Jeff Legwold amazes at Peyton's elephantine football memory.
Eddie Royal and Nick Hardwick made limited returns to practice on Tuesday, while corners Johnny Patrick and Shareece Wright were limited after having been full participants the day prior.
NT Cam Thomas has lost his starting job to Sean Lissemore.
Green Bay reportedly does not expect QB Aaron Rodgers to play this week.
Miami reportedly plans to trade T Jonathan Martin during the offseason.
Andy Benoit's Pro Bowl picks include Peyton Manning, Demaryius Thomas, Zane Beadles (over Louis Vasquez?!), and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.
Mike Tanier evaluates the rookie performances of QBs Mike Glennon, E.J. Manuel, and Geno Smith.
This is decades late, but Roger Angell is finally going into the Baseball HOF. Why mention it here? For my money, he's the best sportswriter who ever lived.