Raiders' Jack Del Rio tempers comments about Broncos' Stewart](http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/21591195/oakland-raiders-coach-jack-del-rio-softens-stance-hit-left-amari-cooper-concussion) (Paul Gutierrez, ESPN)*
"In looking at it, in being honest, I think Amari did duck his head as the guy was approaching," Del Rio said of Broncos safety Darian Stewart. "That makes it a little harder on the defender. That was probably the one piece that I didn't have access to prior to that comment. The reality is, it's harder to be a defensive guy when the offensive guy is ducking his head. That makes it a little more complicated."*
Talib appealing two-game suspension for fight(Mike Klis, 9 News)
Talib is appealing in hopes he might have a chance of getting it reduced one game because Crabtree was the instigator of the fight.
Broncos QBs have had chances to show how they bounce back from mistakes(Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
The team's three quarterbacks -- Siemian, Lynch and Brock Osweiler -- have each started at least one game this season, have each been the No. 2 for at least one game and have each been a game-day inactive for at least one game.
NFL putting permanent Experience in Times Square(Barry Wilner, Associated Press)
NFL Experience will open to the public in the mecca of Manhattan on Friday, one day after a grand opening that Commissioner Roger Goodell and assorted football celebrities and Hall of Famers will attend. While this Experience is patterned after the exhibits the league has done for years at the Super Bowl and draft, it has a new and different feel thanks to a partnership with Cirque du Soleil.