Wes Welker, Cowboys CB Orlando Scandrick, and Rams WR Stedman Bailey are all allowed to return to their teams immediately and play Week 3 after the NFL and NFLPA agreed to a new drug policy Wednesday.
Ronnie Hillman was active for Sunday's Week 2 win over the Chiefs, but got zero touches.
Julius Thomas caught four passes for 39 yards and one touchdown in Denver's Week 2 win over Kansas City.
Demaryius Thomas caught five passes for 62 yards and one touchdown in the Broncos' Week 2 win over the Chiefs.
Emmanuel Sanders caught eight passes for 108 yards in the Broncos' Week 2 win over the Chiefs.
Montee Ball rushed for 60 yards on 12 carries in the Broncos' Week 2 win over the Chiefs.
Peyton Manning completed 21-of-26 passes for 242 yards and three touchdowns in the Broncos' 24-17, Week 2 win over the Chiefs.
Broncos declared WR Cody Latimer, S David Bruton, CB Tony Carter, LB Danny Trevathan, OL Ben Garland, and OL Michael Schofield inactive for Week 2 against the Chiefs.
Wes Welker will not play in Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
The NFLPA confirmed the union has yet to reach an agreement with the NFL on a new drug policy, but hopes to have a deal finalized "very soon."
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello shot down Friday night reports that the league has agreed to a new drug policy.
USA Today's Lindsay Jones considers it "very unlikely" that Wes Welker will play in Week 2, despite the NFL's new drug-policy agreement.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the NFLPA has unanimously approved the terms of a new drug policy.
The Denver Post expects Ronnie Hillman to be active in Week 2.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the NFLPA has scheduled a Friday afternoon vote on a new drug policy.