Happy Friday, Broncos fans! Denver wrapped up training camp on Thursday morning and will fly tonight to Seattle for tomorrow's preseason game.
Von Miller's appeal for his four-game suspension has been rescheduled for Tuesday, and a decision would be expected by August 30.
Nate Irving and Shaun Phillips filled in for Von in his absence from practice, providing a glimpse of how the team would carry on if his suspension is upheld.
The injury to C.J. Anderson and continued absence of Knowshon Moreno and Jeremiah Johnson mean Montee Ball may see extended action on Saturday.
Andrew Mason expects Wes Welker to have a vast impact on Denver's offense, and for Ronnie Hillman and Stewart Bradley to start at their respective positions.
Mike Klis wraps up camp.
BFFs Jay Cutler and Philip Rivers each turned the ball over twice in the first half of Chicago's win over San Diego.
Three-time AFC title game loser Bernie Kosar caught a lot of misplaced heat for doing his job as a color commentator for the Browns, and thankfully, he's not really apologizing.
Raiders LT Jared Veldheer has chosen to have his torn triceps surgically repaired; the recovery is expected to take three months.
The Browns lost several players to injury during their win over the Lions; RB Dion Lewis is likely done for the year with a broken leg, first-rounder LB Barkevious Mingo was hospitalized with a bruised lung, and G Jason Pinkston suffered a severe ankle sprain.
Brian Burke wonders why NFL coaches aren't willing to try anything truly revolutionary during preseason.
ESPN is rehiring Jason Whitlock, who, like Keith Olbermann, apparently didn't
bring burn his bridges at the Worldwide Leader that badly.
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