The Denver Broncos are sticking with Brock Osweiler.

Coach Gary Kubiak informed the team Wednesday that Osweiler will make his sixth straight start Monday night, when Denver (10-4) hosts Cincinnati (11-3).

Peyton Manning hasn't played since Nov. 15 because of a torn plantar fascia in his left foot.

Manning returned to practice last week but spent his two days on the field doing individual drills and running the scout team. He didn't practice Friday because of soreness.

The Broncos are 3-2 with Osweiler, who has been victimized by a leaky line and big drops by Vernon Davis and Demaryius Thomas in back-to-back losses.

Woodson farewell

Charles Woodson knows Thursday night will be his chance to say goodbye to the Oakland fans who have cheered him on for almost two decades.

He hopes it won't be goodbye to football in Oakland as well.

The game against San Diego (4-10) will be the home finale for the Raiders (6-8), who could be moving to the Los Angeles area after the season if the league grants its approval.

"It's going to be sad just for myself. It will be sad for the fans," said Woodson, who is retiring following the season. "They love this team. They love the Raiders. They identify with the Oakland Raiders. It's happened to them before. It would be tough to actually have that happen a second time around."

The Raiders and Chargers are seeking to partner on building a stadium in Carson, while the St. Louis Rams are looking to build their stadium in Inglewood and are willing to take on a partner if needed.

The three teams are expected to apply to relocate in early January with a possible vote to be held on which teams will be allowed to move during meetings in Houston on Jan. 12-13.

Hall breaks thumb

Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali broke his right thumb Sunday in Baltimore and had surgery this week, though the Pro Bowl selection has not been ruled out for their game against Cleveland.

Hali is wearing a splint but could be available for Sunday's game against the Browns.

The Chiefs are already without All-Pro pass rusher Justin Houston, who has been sidelined by a hyperextended knee.