AFC West Blog
Denver Broncos tight end Vernon Davis will see an "expanded role" this week according to head coach Gary Kubiak. Davis is now "more comfortable with audible language with (Peyton) Manning."
Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders will be a game-time decision this week due to an ankle injury. Head coach Gary Kubiak said he expected Sanders to play this week, however, he did not progress as expected and was not able to practice this week.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders will be a game-time decision today. However, despite participating in Saturday's walk through, it "could be difficult" for him to play today.
Kansas City Chiefs running back Knile Davis will reportedly be a healthy scratch today. Apparently Spencer Ware has jumped him on the depth chart.
Oakland Raiders running back Latavius Murray is expected to play today. He suffered a scary concussion last week but appears ready to roll this week.
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning was benched in the third quarter after one of the worst games any NFL player has ever played. He completed just 5-of-20 passes for 34 yards and four interceptions. It was a disaster.
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning reportedly has a partially torn plantar fascia in his left foot. Apparently he's been dealing with this injury for weeks now. The plantar fascia is ligament in your foot that connects your heel and toes. The only way to get it fully better is rest.
Denver Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler will start Week 11. Peyton Manning will sit with a partially torn plantar fascia.
Denver Broncos tight end Vernon Davis was expected to be a bigger part of the offense this past week. However, he played just 35 snaps and saw four targets. Many thought he would be more involved and so did he apparently according to his comments. "I thought I was going to play a lot, too," Davis said. "I was confused. I thought I would play a lot more than that. Very confused … I want to help this team win. That's where my focus is at.''
San Diego Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd is dealing with a torn labrum. This is the last season of his career so he's fighting to make it back on the field. Head coach Mike McCoy is optimistic Floyd will be back. McCoy added, "If Floyd was asked, he'd say could've played last Sunday." However, he has not been cleared to return but is rehabbing.