(Eds: Adds details, quotes. With AP Photos.) By ARNIE STAPLETON AP Pro Football Writer Champ Bailey isn't going to pull a Ray Lewis and inspire his team down the stretch and into the playoffs by declaring this is his last hurrah.
Asked if retirement was on his mind after enduring the most trying season of his stellar career, one in which he's missed 11 games with a nagging foot injury, the Denver Broncos' 35-year-old cornerback quickly chortled.
''Oh no,'' he said. ''I'm thinking about winning on Sunday.''
With rookie Kayvon Webster out following surgery on his right thumb this week, Bailey is expected to play in Denver's nickel and dime packages when the Broncos (11-3) visit the Houston Texans (2-12).
It will be just his fourth game of the season.
Bailey first sprained his left foot in a preseason game at Seattle and he aggravated it Oct. 20 at Indianapolis in his second game back. He played the first half at Kansas City on Dec. 1 but clearly wasn't himself, and coach John Fox...