Good Morning, Broncos fans! Denver released their cleanest injury report of the year yesterday, as only Andre' Goodman missed practice and is expected not to play Monday night. Robert Ayers and Darcel McBath were limited participants but are expected to play. The Dolts were still without Antonio Gates and Ryan Mathews, while four players were limited for San Diego in practice yesterday. Oh, and Andre Brown is back for more on the Broncos' practice squad. Have a great Friday, everyone! Trivia Trough later...
NFL Films previews the game.
Dawkins also responded to fans' questions for Broncos TV.
David Bruton answers a few questions from Gray Caldwell.
Don Banks found little support in football circles for Todd Haley's hissy fit on Sunday.
Klis on just how far Mario Haggan has come to his place as a key contributor in Denver.
Can Eddie Royal reprise his exceptional return game from last year's MNF visit to San Diego?
Mason on new Broncos LB David Veikune, who thinks his versatility appealed to the team.
The well-traveled RB Andre Brown is again back on the Broncos' practice squad after the Panthers released him.
Legwold speculates on why DJ Williams has been tight-lipped regarding his DUI arrest last week.
Notes from Legwold.
Krieger already has his second article up about the campaign for orange jerseys. Go figure...
Legwold tries to make the case that "one-dimensional" offenses can win in the NFL. His proof? The Colts, who are led by one of the best QBs in history, and the Dolts - who have one of today's very best QBs and are actually middle-of-the-road in terms of rushing yardage this season (16th in the NFL). Okay, Jeff...
FWIW, the Broncos will have appeared on MNF for 19 straight seasons, the most of any team today.
Hopefully Josh McDaniels won't find himself amid any behavior-related scandals come Monday.
Former Denver GM Ted Sundquist is gathering up one-time Broncos over in the UFL.
Unfortunately for the Broncos, Phil Rivers has his starting receivers back.
RB Ryan Mathews thinks he will play Monday, but in limited fashion. Antonio Gates is still uncertain he'll be able to.
Acee's notes on the Dolts.
ESPN's Ron Jaworski thinks there will be balls flying all over the place on Monday night.
Todd Haley is glad Matt Cassel didn't ask out of Sunday's drubbing.N
Notes on the Chefs from Teicher.
Chefs LB Mark Simoneau announced his retirement after hitting IR.
Tafur on the recent impact of Jokeland's defensive line.
The NFLPA is seeking the help of Congress in trying to prevent a lockout.
Matt Bowen wraps up the Bears' 16-0 victory in Miami.
While his team was getting shut out, Brandon Marshall earned a taunting penalty for throwing a ball at his boy Jay Cutler. Oh, and he dropped two passes and came up lame, to boot.
Pat Kirwan is looking forward to what may be Brett Favruh's last matchup with the Packers, among other things this weekend.
In response to Bowen's explanation of blitzing from the defense's perspective, Randy Cross tells us how to overcome the blitz.
Jack Bechta on how the NFL will utilize new media in the future.
Luis DeLoureiro checks out the extreme performances of David Garrard. Kyle Orton is still third in his QB efficiency ratings.
The Broncos hardly stand a chance according to Brian Burke's game probabilities.
TV host James Brown has a pretty serious business aside from football.
KSK captionizes Week 10.
Last night was apparently a Matt Millen/Rod Marinelli suckfest.
In case you've ever wondered why there are no Alex Marvez links here (ever), this should explain it.