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Stadium: Sports Authority Field | Coach: John Fox
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense22nd75.3 (27th)264.0 (10th)
Defense27th105.3 (12th)285.3 (30th)

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Danny Trevathan expected to start vs. Arizona
by Igor Mello |

Broncos linebacker Danny Trevathan, who has missed the first three games due to a knee injury, is expected to start in Week 5 against the Cardinals, John Fox told the media on Monday, per the Denver Post.

"Danny has tremendous speed and explosion. I have seen him progress every season, every game," coach John Fox said Monday. "I thought Brandon Marshall stepped in and did a real good job. But we welcome back Danny."

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Demaryius Thomas upset with slow start
by Michael Hurcomb |

After back-to-back 90-catch, 1,400-yard seasons, Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas is far off that pace to start the 2014 season. He has just 13 catches for 141 yards through three games.

"I know I ain't playing at my highest potential right now. And I do get down on myself," Thomas told The Denver Post Wednesday. "I had the most drops in these first three games that I've had my entire career. I don't know what it is. I don't know if I'm thinking too much."

One area Thomas stresses is not an issue is playing for his next contract. He is in the final year of his rookie contract and free agency looms after Thomas and the Broncos failed to agree on a contract extension this summer.

"Nah, the contract is not part of it. The contract is going to work out by itself. I can't really do nothing about it," Thomas said. "Either you play well or you don't. There's no dollar signs involved when I'm playing football. All I care about is winning. So when I can't make the play, the reason I'm upset is I'm not helping the team win."

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Danny Trevathan on track for Week 5 return
by Michael Hurcomb |

Broncos linebacker Danny Trevathan, who has missed the first three games due to a knee injury, was able to practice Tuesday and Wednesday. He remains on track to return to the Broncos' lineup in Week 5 against the Cardinals.

"I feel good, just getting ready, man, keep grinding my way back," Trevathan said, per ESPN. "Just working to get back in there. … I can’t wait." 

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Montee Ball set for tough stretch after bye
by Chris Towers |

Broncos running back Montee Ball ran headfirst into a tough Seahawks defense last week, and came out on the other side with just 2.7 yards per carry and 44 all-purpose yards. The Broncos are on a bye in Week 4, and things won't get much easier for him when the team returns to action.

The Broncos headed into the bye against the a top-5 rushing defense, and come right back with another as the Cardinals await them in Week 5. Making things even worse is, the Jets loom in Week 6. The Jets and Cardinals have allowed opposing running backs to rush for just 2.9 yards per carry through three games, after ranking as two of the three stingiest rushing defenses in the league a year ago.

Ball still has a chance to live up to at least some of our lofty preseason expectations, but he might not pay dividends for a few weeks. The good news is, he might be the best buy-low candidate in the league by the time this rough stretch ends.   

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Brandon McManus not asked to do much Week 3
by Igor Mello |

Broncos kicker Brandon McManus wasn't asked do much in a Week 3 loss to the Seahawks on Sunday. McManus converted a 24-yard kick late in the first quarter. He finished 1 for 1 in field goal attempts, and added one extra point in a 26-20 victory. 

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