Harbaugh said the team likes the guys they have and that Gordon wants to be here, likes the environment and is a proven back. It sounds like the team doesn't plan to sign an RB heading into Week 2. That likely means the team rolls with a combination of Edwards and Hill, with perhaps Gordon also getting some work. Hill had eight carries but for nine years, however, two of those carries did go for touchdowns. One would expect Hill to be the back involved in the passing game while Edwards (8-32-0) is the early down back.
DEN RB Melvin Gordon - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook
Week 11 vs. Las Vegas Raiders
Even as the Broncos' "lead back," Melvin Gordon only played just over 50% of Denver's offensive snaps in Week 10 and had 11 touches for 70 scoreless yards. There is not much production to go around in Denver to begin with, and now Gordon is locked into a three-way timeshare with Latavius Murray and Chase Edmonds. Even in a good matchup with the Raiders' porous defense, it is hard to trust any member of the Denver backfield as a fantasy starter. Gordon works as a desperation flex play but there's not much upside with him at this point in the season.