Good Afternoon, Broncos fans, and Happy Fourth!
The NFL handed down a trio of drug-related suspensions on Thursday.
Backup Chiefs lineman Rokevious Watkins was hit with a four-game penalty for violation of the substance-abuse policy.
If his suspension stands, Watkins will miss KC's Week 2 trip to Denver.
Indianapolis, the Broncos' Week 1 opponent, will also be down a player at SAF@MH.
WR Lavon Brazill faces a full-season ban, also for violation of the substance-abuse policy.
Miami suffered what figures to be the biggest loss, as 2013 first-round DE Dion Jordan was suspended four games for a PED policy violation.
While the Broncos will also host the Dolphins, that matchup won't come until Week 12, long after Jordan's ban will have ended.
Jeff Legwold again discusses Denver's desire to improve in the running game.
Amy Van Dyken-Rouen is showing signs of progress in her recovery.
Former Saints corner Jabari Greer, whose 2013 season was cut short by a knee injury, may call it a career.
Free agent linebacker Will Witherspoon has reportedly drawn interest from St. Louis and Atlanta.
According to former Raiders QB David Humm, the Crypt Keeper often dreamt of moving the team to Las Vegas.
Chase Stuart checks in on the defensive players and HOFers most familiar with #winning.
Greg Gabriel expects Jay Cutler to lead Chicago to the playoffs in 2014.
Tommy from Quinzee celebrates the anniversary of our great nation's birth.