Good Morning, Broncos fans! As Jeff Legwold notes, Wes Welker's latest concussion figures to loom large in Denver's upcoming roster decisions.
The team already lost Jordan Norwood earlier in the week to a torn ACL; he'd been expected to stick as a punt returner and sixth receiver.
Given Welker's concussion history, it's no sure thing that he'll be back anytime soon.
If he's out for an extended period of time, it's a safe bet that Andre Caldwell would be the prime candidate to see more action.
Caldwell - who is versed in each of Denver's wideout roles - could line up across from Demaryius Thomas, with Emmanuel Sanders shifting inside to the slot.
Or, Sanders could remain outside, with Caldwell taking Welker's place.
Rookie Cody Latimer, Denver's other roster lock at the position, is listed as the primary backup to Sanders.
Mike Klis profiles Von Miller, who says he's down to around 252 pounds and also has a figurative weight off his shoulders, the farther he gets away from his troubles of 2013.
Woody Paige tells the story of how Jack Del Rio's family first came to the United States more than 100 years ago.
David Ramsey says Sanders took a big step last night toward replacing Eric Decker.
Ben Hochman and Mark Kiszla discuss Denver's SB chances.
Mike Freeman thinks the Browns would be best served by cutting bait with wideout Josh Gordon.
As Chase Stuart notes, Terrell Davis and Earl Campbell are the only backs in NFL history to have topped 1,100 carries over a consecutive three-year period. Of course, Davis also had a whopping 204 postseason carries during his three-year stretch.