Siemian outplays Osweiler as Broncos win

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DENVER (AP) Brock Osweiler took one last dig at Denver's fans after Houston's 27-9 loss to the Broncos. He figured they would "be a little bit louder with the boos."

Denver's defenders ruined Osweiler's homecoming by hurrying, hitting and harassing their ex-quarterback Monday night, even if his ears weren't ringing from the crowd noise.

Osweiler famously declared upon signing his $72 million, four-year deal that he chose Houston over Denver because the Texans gave him the better chance to succeed.

Dolphins RB Foster announces retirement

MIAMI (AP) Four-time Pro Bowler Arian Foster says he can no longer take the punishment an NFL running back endures, so he is retiring midway through an injury-plagued season with the Miami Dolphins.

Foster, 30, tried to come back from a torn Achilles tendon, but was slowed this season by groin and hamstring injuries. He announced his retirement Monday on the website Uninterrupted as the Dolphins began their bye week. (MORE)

Schwarber in Cleveland but status unsure

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Indians' Salazar on World Series roster

CLEVELAND (AP) Danny Salazar's only chance to pitch in the postseason was if the Indians made the World Series.

They both met their goals. (MORE)

Bears' Cutler to return against Vikings

LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) Finally, some good news for the scuffling Chicago Bears: Quarterback Jay Cutler will return from a thumb injury to play against the Minnesota Vikings on Oct. 31.

Whether it's too late for Cutler to salvage something for the Bears (1-6) - or perhaps his own career in Chicago - remain valid questions. (MORE)

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