Broncos Briefs: Sitting at home will fuel new cornerback Coty Sensabaugh (Kyle Newman, The Denver Post)
"I've been unemployed for a long while this season, so it's revenge for everybody," Sensabaugh said Wednesday before practice. "(Not being signed) fuels me a lot. I felt like I should've been signed a long time ago, and I felt like I was one of the best corners in free agency this offseason.
"Here's my chance to go prove it."
Lindsay deception: A power back from a speed frame (Mike Klis, 9News)
By now, everyone in Broncos Country knows Lindsay's looks are as deceiving as his footwork.
He is a between-the-tackles runner disguised in a perimeter body.
Broncos search for ways to solve third-quarter offensive woes (Ryan O'Halloran, The Denver Post)
The Broncos' offense should look at the bright side when being asked about their third-quarter struggles: The questions could be about game-long scoring issues.
Kareem Jackson fits right in at safety for Broncos (Arnie Stapleton, Associated Press)
Exhibit No. 1 in support of Vic Fangio's desire to convert Kareem Jackson into a fulltime strong safety is the 10th-year pro's jackhammering, fumble-causing, touchdown-saving, touchback-inducing, bone-crunching hit of Chargers running back Austin Ekeler.