Broncos LT Russell Okung (concussion) is listed as questionable for Week 7.
Okung got in two limited practices and is expected to play. It's good news for an offensive line that can't afford to lose any starters. The Broncos also listed WR Cody Latimer (concussion) as questionable.
Will Fuller (hamstring) has been removed from the Week 7 injury report.
Fuller practiced fully Saturday after he was limited the last two days. He didn't play despite being active last week, but is going to start and get his normal snaps Monday night. Fuller should be downgraded to a WR3 against Denver's league-best secondary.
LeSean McCoy (questionable, hamstring) will travel with the team to Miami.
The fact he's traveling with the team suggests McCoy's a true game-time decision. McCoy doesn't look close to full strength, but Buffalo is reportedly pushing him to play. There should be an update on McCoy's status early Sunday. Mike Gillislee will start if McCoy sits out.
Texans placed CB Kevin Johnson (broken foot) on injured reserve.
It's an expected move after Johnson went down in Week 6. Johnson isn't a return candidate and will miss the rest of the season. He should be ready for 2017 training camp.
Saints waived QB Joe Callahan.
The Saints claimed Callahan off waivers last week, but he didn't show enough for them to keep him rostered as a No. 3 quarterback. Callahan could end up back on Green Bay's practice squad.
Broncos OLB DeMarcus Ware (arm) has been ruled out for Week 7.
Ware worked out this week, but wasn't cleared to practice. He's targeting a Week 9 return.
Broncos LT Russell Okung (concussion) is practicing Saturday.
Coach Gary Kubiak said Friday Okung is "on pace" to play Monday night, and another practice will do nothing to change that. Cody Latimer (concussion) also returned to practice Saturday, but he is more questionable.
Philip Rivers has fared well against the Falcons' defensive scheme throughout his career.
The former defensive coordinator in Seattle, Dan Quinn runs a similar scheme to that of both the Seahawks and the Jaguars, who are coached by fellow former Seattle DC Gus Bradley. Rivers torched Seattle for 455 yards and two scores when Bradley was running the defense there in 2010, and he has dominated the Jaguars in the last three years including a four-touchdown game in Week 2. That history does not guarantee success, but the Falcons have struggled against quarterbacks anyway this season. Rivers is a great option this week.