Happy Friday, Broncos fans! Jamal Williams skipped practice for the third straight Thursday. Brian Dawkins was a full participant on Thursday after missing the prior day, while Ryan Harris and Andre’ Goodman were again limited participants. Knowshon Moreno, Spencer Larsen and Wesley Woodyard again missed practice. For the Titans, the same three players who missed practice on Wednesday were out yesterday - CB Jason McCourty, DT Tony Brown and DE Jacob Ford.
NFL Films previews Sunday’s game.
To no surprise, the Playbook guys think Sunday will come down to the Titans’ running game.
DP - Although Harris has practiced the past two days, McDaniels says no decision has been made in regards to his status for Sunday. But if Harris does return, expect Stanley Daniels to remain the starter at LG, relegating rookie Zane Beadles to sixth-man status.
DP - Klis profiles DE Justin Bannan, whom McDaniels praised in his Thursday presser for his leadership and hard work.
MD - Andrew Mason’s notes from Thursday, including the health status of Champ Bailey.
DB - P Britton Colquitt responds to questions from Gray Caldwell.
DP - Josh McDaniels’ wife gave birth to the couple’s third child on Tuesday.
The Dolts have been blacked out at home yet again. What else is there to say?
Jokeland fans? No better. Are you surprised? Me neither.
Some notes on the 3-0 Chefs, who are off this week.
In his weekly preview, Pat Kirwan points out that the Broncos have yet to force a fumble. Yikes.
Don Banks counts the Broncos’ victory over the Pats last year as one of his top-five “reunion games.”
Mike Tanier looks at the horrors in Tampa Bay’s secondary, along with the ridiculous examples of Conventional Wisdom that pop up each year after three weeks.
Dan Pompei looks at how GMs, coaches and players are now viewing concussions.
Randy Cross shares a few laughs.
Is Bill Parcells looking for yet another new job?
While Gary Wichard makes news, Jack Bechta says player agencies are all about size these days.