FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) -- Atlanta Falcons coach Mike Smith had plenty of concerns following his team's late-night victory over Denver.
Injuries. Running game. Then he had to add Michael Turner's off the field troubles to the list.
The former Pro Bowl running back was arrested for drunken driving and speeding early Tuesday morning.
Smith said he met with Turner after his release from jail and expressed the organization's disappointment. The coach would not say if the Falcons (2-0) will discipline him before they visit San Diego (2-0) on Sunday.
Turner, 30, is expected to attend the team's customary film sessions and position meetings and to practice when players return Wednesday from their off day.
"Oh, he'll be in here" Wednesday, Smith said. "No doubt."
Smith said the Falcons are "disappointed when a player sheds a negative light on our organization. I can't say any more than that."
Packers' conflict difused
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Green Bay Packers wide receiver James Jones said he deserved the scolding he got from Aaron Rodgers, shrugging off any temporary tension as a sign of two players showing their competitive nature.
Jones took responsibility for not making the right route adjustment on a play during Thursday night's victory over the Chicago Bears, which led to an interception. Jones said he and Rodgers already had talked about it.
"He apologized, said he's sorry for showing his emotions," Jones said. "But I was like, (there's) no need to apologize. We're trying to win. I messed up. Frustration happens. It's all good. No love lost. We're teammates. We're family in here. Like I said, everybody's trying to win."
Steelers still without stars
PITTSBURGH -- Mike Tomlin still isn't sure when injured defensive stars James Harrison or Troy Polamalu are going to be healthy enough to play.
The Pittsburgh Steelers coach isn't against amending one of his longtime rules either, if it means one or both of his perennial All-Pros will be on the field in Oakland on Sunday.
Harrison, who is recovering from right knee surgery, and Polamalu, who is dealing with a strained right calf, will have informal workouts this week.
Tomlin hinted Tuesday that neither veteran would have to practice to face the Raiders (0-2). Traditionally Tomlin likes his players to get at least one day of training in during the week leading up to a game before letting them loose on Sunday.
Manning takes blame
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Even while he was trying to tamp down expectations, Peyton Manning couldn't have envisioned this scene playing out.
Three times, the Broncos quarterback dropped back to pass. Three times, he threw into a seam near the numbers down the right side of the field.
Three times, a defensive back followed Manning's eyes, cut over and turned whatever small opening the quarterback had seen into an interception.
Asked after the game if the interceptions had more to do with his surgically repaired neck or his decision making, Manning wasted no time.
"Decision making," he said.
But there was some zip missing on some of those intermediate-distance passes and there were a few wobblers mixed in there, as well, including on his lone touchdown pass, to Demaryius Thomas near the end of the first half.
Coach John Fox said Manning was not on the injury report when the team returned home Tuesday. Certainly, though, the Broncos would love to avoid putting him in these situations on a regular basis.
Bengals banged up
CINCINNATI -- The Cincinnati Bengals on Tuesday signed free-agent defensive end Wallace Gilberry and placed defensive end Jamaal Anderson on injured reserve.
Anderson, who played in the first two games this season, tore a quad tendon in last week's victory over Cleveland.
The 6-foot-2, 275-pound Gilberry is a fifth-year player out of Alabama who played from 2008 through 2011 with Kansas City.