>>Broncos Storm Back To Stun Chargers
(San Diego, CA) -- The Broncos erased a 24-0 halftime deficit and rallied for a stunning 35-24 win over the Chargers on "Monday Night Football." Peyton Manning threw for 309 yards, three touchdowns and an interception for Denver, which enters its bye 3-and-3 on the season. Tony Carter returned a fumble 65 yards for a score, while Chris Harris took an interception back 46 yards for a touchdown in the win. Philip Rivers passed for 242 yards, two touchdowns and four interceptions for the Chargers, who also go into their bye 3-and-3. Rivers also lost a pair of fumbles, while Antonio Gates had both TD catches in the loss.
>>Bears Waive Bell; Sign Eldridge
(Lake Forest, IL) -- The Bears waived running back Khalil Bell on Monday and signed tight end Brody Eldridge. Bell rushed for 32 yards on 12 carries in two games this season. The UCLA product has ran for 589 yards on 131 touches in 22 career games over three seasons, all in Chicago. He also has 21 catches for 148 yards and a touchdown. Eldridge has 14 catches for 84 yards in 27 career contests with Indianapolis.
>>Ravens' Lewis, Webb Done For Season
(Baltimore, MD) -- Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis will miss the rest of the season with a torn triceps. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh announced Monday that Lewis has a complete tear. Harbaugh also confirmed that cornerback Lardarius Webb will miss the rest of the year with a torn ACL in his left knee. Both players suffered the injuries in Sunday's 31-29 home win over the Dallas Cowboys. Lewis posted 57 tackles and one sack in six games this season. Webb had 25 tackles, one interception and six passes defensed in six contests. The 5-and-1 Ravens travel to Houston to take on the 5-and-1 Texans on Sunday.
>>Saints' Vilma Could Return This Week
(New Orleans, LA) -- Suspended New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma could reportedly return to action this week. Vilma told WVUE-TV that he will come off the Physically Unable to Perform list as he appeals his year-long suspension. Vilma was one of several Saints players banned by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, who amended some of the suspensions he originally imposed but kept Vilma's at a full season. The latest appeal will likely be heard some time next week, allowing Vilma to play this Sunday against Tampa Bay if he is activated by the team. Vilma is one of the central figures in the club's bounty scandal.