Good Evening, Broncos fans! Although any one of the four Denver players currently on IR will be eligible for activation later in the season thanks to the NFL's IR rule change, the team would have to designate that player by tomorrow night. So, forget about Jason Hunter coming back; the team will surely save the exception for a potential in-season injury to a more important player.
Once a player returns to practice, he will have 21 days to be added back to the 53-man roster.
Andy Benoit figures the Broncos will be one of eleven teams to use two tight ends in its base offensive personnel grouping.
Bill Williamson expects Ronnie Hillman to play a big role in the passing game, and for Keith Brooking and Jim Leonhard to be locker room leaders for the Broncos.
Chucky thinks the Denver offense will struggle enough to sync up with PMFM that they'll go 8-8 this season.
While discussing the referees lockout, the Ginger Hammer channeled his inner Brian Xanders by saying, "the long-term goal is to make officiating better and to improve the officiating." Oh, and CHALLENGE.
Pittsburgh lost LB Sean Spence, their third-round pick, to what appears a serious leg injury tonight; Spence is listed on the Steelers' second-team defense.
Unfortunately for Denver, the IR rule change should make it more likely the Ravens will get DPOY Terrell Suggs back in time for the teams' Week 15 matchup in Baltimore.
The Dolphins were in such a rush to get out of Dallas after their loss last night, that their charter plane backed into another plane, delaying their return home until this morning.
Jeffri Chadiha has a few ideas to make the NFL game safer.
Among Don Banks's predictions for the season is a Broncos reappearance in the playoffs.
Via Lindsay Jones, John Elway did a trio of commercials for Dove: