Broncos hoping to rediscover key piece of offense in Kansas City(Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)C.J. Anderson wants 10 and 110, and he probably won't be satisfied with anything less. The running back is on a mission for double-digit carries and triple-digit yards to jump-start the Broncos' running game and get the offense back on track because he believes it starts there.
Kiszla: Wearing Broncos orange, gets his chance to make the Chiefs see red (Mark Kiszla, Denver Post)*So when Charles stands proudly Monday night for the national anthem at Arrowhead Stadium, wearing No. 28 for the Broncos, he may not be strong enough to hold back the tears, and thousands of appreciative Chiefs fans may get a little misty-eyed, as well.
Ray 'can't wait' for return to the lineup against Chiefs(Jeff Legwold, ESPN)Ray, who last played in the Broncos' 2016 regular-season finale on New Year's Day, will be in the starting lineup when the Broncos face the Chiefs in Arrowhead Stadium. Not only will it be Ray's first game since his wrist surgery this summer, his return will come just a few miles from where he played high school football at Bishop Miege in Roland Park, Kansas.
*Broncos receiver Sanders works with trainers as he attempts to play Monday (Troy Renck, KMGH)
Sanders went through light flexibility drills, a positive sign for an offense desperate for a ray of hope or help. The Broncos were shut out for the first time since 1992 last week, an outing multiple players called embarrassing, including veteran running back Jamaal Charles and quarterback Trevor Siemian.*