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Broncos running short on receivers, tackles

Not only did the Broncos lose to the Giants. Now they’re stealing their signature moves. The Broncos will be without three wide receivers and a pair of offensive tackles, as they released a lengthy injury report Friday for their game against the Chargers. The Broncos have already declared wide receivers Emmanuel Sanders, Cody Latimer, and Isaiah [more]

Friday morning one-liners

Will the Bills passing game get going this week? Dolphins defensive coordinator Matt Burke doesn’t want to talk about whether his unit is championship caliber. WR Brandin Cooks believes he has room to grow in the Patriots offense. Jets RT Brandon Shell will have to tangle with Cameron Wake this weekend. Don’t come to Ravens [more]

Falcons add veteran defensive tackle Ahtyba Rubin

Ahtyba Rubin didn’t do much for the Broncos, but he wasn’t out of work long. Released Tuesday by a team in need of receiving depth, Rubin was signed by the Falcons today. The 31-year-old Rubin was a 16-game starter for the Seahawks a year ago, but was only active for two games this year in [more]

PFT’s Week Seven picks

Just when MDS was getting a little cocky, he got knocked down a peg or two. His six-game lead has been cut to four, after being swept in the two games on which we disagreed last week. This week, we disagree on two more. Which means that his lead could be down to two, soon. [more]

Thursday morning one-liners

Bills QB Tyrod Taylor knows he can play better. Dolphins C Jake Brendel‘s likely to start this week after replacing C Mike Pouncey (concussion). More work for Patriots RB Dion Lewis has led to better results. The Jets are still waiting for all that DE production they paid for. Getting DT Brandon Williams back should [more]

Sterling Shepard back at practice for Giants

The Giants may be a little deeper at wide receiver than they were in last Sunday’s victory over the Broncos. Shepard sprained his ankle in the team’s Week Five loss to the Chargers that also saw Odell Beckham, Brandon Marshall and Dwayne Harris depart with what turned out to be season-ending injuries. He missed the [more]

Billy Turner has hand surgery

The Broncos went through the right tackles Sunday night. They lost Menelik Watson in the first half with a strained calf. His replacement, Billy Turner, fractured his right hand in the fourth quarter. Turner underwent surgery Monday night at The Steadman Clinic in Vail, via Nicki Jhabvala‏ of The Denver Post. He faces an eight-week [more]

Week Six power rankings

1. Chiefs (5-1; No. 1): They lost but they’re still No. 1? Welcome to 2017, when it’s impossible to figure out who really is/isn’t the “best” team in football. 2. Eagles (5-1; No. 5): Carson Wentz needs to avoid contact, or the Eagles won’t be able to avoid having to play multiple games without him. [more]

Tuesday morning one-liners

Bills players are fond of taking long Uber rides. Optimism is the order of the week for the Dolphins. The Patriots defense started slow on Sunday. What to make of the 3-3 Jets? Ravens CB Jimmy Smith saw his most action since hurting his Achilles. The Bengals’ path back to contending for a playoff spot goes [more]

Emmanuel Sanders, Isaiah McKenzie to miss at least one game

The Broncos sent a couple of their wide receivers for MRIs on Monday and the results showed that they’ll be down a pair of wideouts for at least one game. Broncos coach Vance Joseph said during an appearance on Orange & Blue 760 that both Emmanuel Sanders and Isaiah McKenzie are out for this week’s [more]

Denver MRIs to work overtime Monday on Broncos

The Broncos are going to be busy today. Not dissecting the film from last night’s loss to the Giants, but running players back and forth from their MRIs. According to Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com, there are a number of tests coming today for key offensive players. X-rays last night on wide receiver Demaryius Thomas came back [more]

Monday morning one-liners

The Bills didn’t play on Sunday, but they lost their share of first place. A win put a happy ending on a trying week for the Dolphins. The Patriots beat the Jets, but their defense still has work to do. Jets rookie S Jamal Adams had a hard time covering Rob Gronkowski. The Ravens’ run [more]

Ben McAdoo on giving up play calling: The whole locker room needed me this week

The Giants got their first win of the season in Denver on Sunday night and it came after head coach Ben McAdoo made a big change to the way he’s doing his job. McAdoo was the team’s offensive play caller for all of last season and the first five games of this season, but offensive [more]

Sunday Night wrap-up: Ben McAdoo gains by giving up control

Before Sunday night, every button Ben McAdoo pushed this year was the wrong one. For a night at least, his decisions turned out to be the right ones. The Giants stunned the Broncos, winning 23-10 on the road to improve to 1-5 on the season. That result of one game shouldn’t obscure the mess the [more]

Sunday morning one-liners

Bills QB Tyrod Taylor knows he can’t let his emotions be affected by outside opinions. Running through a wide range of topics with Dolphins DT Ndamukong Suh. A call for the Patriots to use RB Dion Lewis more. WR Jeremy Kerley has been sure-handed in his return to the Jets. A look back at some [more]