Orton showed no problems taking snaps, handing off cleanly and completing passes for the first time since slicing open his right index finger last week. He wore a glove on his throwing hand and tape on the injured finger. Orton is listed as day-to-day but is expected to make his Broncos debut in Week 1.
Buckhalter, a longtime understudy to Brian Westbrook in Philly, came to Denver in the offseason and inherited the starting job. Many suspect he'll cede the role of feature back to Moreno during the season, but he'll get the bulk of the carries for now.
The first-round draft pick missed the last three preseason games with an injured knee but should see plenty of the field in Sunday's opener. But he's probably not the most prudent fantasy start given the injury, his rookie status and Denver's running-back-by-committee approach.
Hillis carried 20 times for 77 yards in the preseason and scored on a 2-yard touchdown plunge in Sunday's preseason game against the Bears. He's going to get a fair share of carries for a starting fullback -- including those precious goal-line opportunities -- but not enough to warrant serious fantasy consideration.
Stokley hasn't done much during the preseason -- with just five catches for 33 yards -- but should get plenty of balls thrown his direction with Brandon Marshall and Jabar Gaffney likely out of the lineup.
The kicker has struggled during the preseason -- even hearing boos from Broncos fans at training camp -- but recently got a vote of confidence from the head coach. Still, Denver's tepid offense will struggle to give Prater scoring opportunities.
Palmer missed three preseason games after leaving the opener at New Orleans with a moderate high-ankle sprain. He's listed as probable for the season opener but should play and benefit from a favorable matchup.
Benson, who carried 23 times for 73 yards in the preseason, hasn't quite lived up to the lofty expectations of his first-round pedigree. But he's coming off a season where he rushed for a career-high 747 yards and doesn't have much competition for the job.
One of the most popular sleeper picks on draft day, Henry has given fantasy owners plenty of reason for optimism in the preseason with 13 catches for 217 yards in three games -- including a 54-yard touchdown reception in Thursday's finale against St. Louis.