Lewis, 36, missed Sunday’s game against Cincinnati, ending his streak of games played at 57.
• The Denver Broncos released veteran quarterback Kyle Orton, six weeks after benching him following a 1-4 start. If another team claims him, it will be responsible for about $3 million in salary. If nobody claims him, he’ll be free to sign with anybody.
• Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger should be able to play effectively Sunday night at Kansas City despite a fractured right thumb, coach Mike Tomlin said. Tomlin also expects safety Troy Polamalu (rib) to play.
• Tom Brady threw two touchdowns passes to tight end Rob Gronkowski and Julian Edelman returned a punt 72 yards for another score to power the New England Patriots past the Kansas City Chiefs 34-3 on Monday night.
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