ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Both Brocks are keeping their jobs in Denver, where the Broncos are mired in their worst funk in decades.

Coach Vance Joseph said Monday that quarterback Brock Osweiler will start against Cincinnati next weekend, getting his third consecutive start despite being 0-2 since replacing Trevor Siemian.

Really, Osweiler has been the least of Denver’s worries in 28- and 25-point blowouts.

Joseph gave his beleaguered special teams coach Brock Olivo a vote of confidence, too.

Olivo’s units were directly responsible for 24 New England points in a 41-16 loss to the Patriots on Sunday night that dropped the Broncos to 3-6 with their fifth consecutive loss.

SAINTS: Coach Sean Payton said running back and special teams player Daniel Lasco needs surgery for a bulging disc in his spine that will end his season but “won’t be career-threatening.”

Lasco, a second-year pro out of California-Berkeley, was taken from the field in an ambulance during the first half of a game in Buffalo on Sunday. Lasco collapsed after attempting to tackle Bills kick returner Brandon Tate. The Saints announced later that Lasco had feeling in his extremities when he was taken to a hospital.

RAIDERS: First-round pick Gareon Conley had a disappointing end to his rookie year when he was placed on injured reserve after playing only two games all season.

Oakland drafted Conley 24th overall in hopes that the cornerback could boost a secondary that struggled a year ago. He showed flashes of good play during the offseason program but hasn’t been able to stay healthy since first injuring his shin during minicamp in June.

After years of planning, dealing and getting millions in public financing approved, the Oakland Raiders broke ground Monday on a 65,000-seat domed stadium in Las Vegas, across the freeway from the city’s world-famous casinos.

Contractors will be working under an ambitious timeline as the team wants to kick off the 2020 season at the new stadium. But the Raiders have yet to reach crucial agreements for the $1.9 billion project and now stand to lose millions under the tax reform bill House Republicans unveiled earlier this month.

CHARGERS: Quarterback Philip Rivers is in the NFL’s concussion protocol after reporting symptoms of a possible head injury.

Rivers told the Chargers about the symptoms Monday after they returned from a 20-17 overtime loss in Jacksonville, Coach Anthony Lynn said.

Rivers has started every Chargers game in the regular season and the playoffs since he became their starting quarterback in 2006. His 194 consecutive starts are the fourth-longest streak for a quarterback in NFL history.

Jets: Coach Todd Bowles says he is sticking with veteran Josh McCown as his quarterback despite New York dropping to 4-6 as it heads into its bye-week break.

Bowles said he isn’t currently considering a scenario, barring injury, where he would bench the 38-year-old McCown in favor of youngsters Christian Hackenberg and Bryce Petty.

JAGUARS: Jacksonville will be without receiver Allen Hurns at winless Cleveland on Sunday, a potentially significant setback for a team already playing without Allen Robinson.

Hurns injured his right ankle while making a 6-yard catch against the Los Angeles Chargers late in regulation. Hurns crawled out of bounds to avoid a 10-second runoff, a heads-up play that was somewhat overlooked amid Jacksonville’s wild 20-17 victory in overtime.

BROWNS: Jamie Collins sustained a torn medical collateral ligament in Sunday’s loss to Detroit and will be sidelined until 2018. Collins was injured while returning an interception during the first quarter and didn’t come back.

The loss is another staggering setback to the Browns (0-9), who have had their share of bad luck while falling to 1-24 in two seasons under Coach Hue Jackson.

BENGALS: Linebacker Vontaze Burfict won’t be suspended for the contact with an official that got him ejected from a 24-20 loss at Tennessee.

A league spokesman said that Burfict faces a fine only. He pushed an official’s arm out of the way on the sideline in the second quarter after quarterback Marcus Mariota ran out of bounds. Two plays earlier, Burfict drew an unnecessary roughness penalty for hitting Mariota out of bounds.

CHIEFS: Kansas City waived defensive tackle Roy Miller, two days after he was arrested in Florida and accused of assaulting his wife during an argument at their home.