Willis McGahee said after he was sent packing from Denver that he’s healthy and will be good to go for some team this season. But the Broncos may not see it that way. The Colorado Springs Gazette reports that concerns about McGahee’s health were the primary reason he was released by the Broncos. It’s not…
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Report: Injury issues led Broncos to cut Willis McGahee (NBC Sports)
Left tackle Ryan Clady’s absence from Broncos workouts this spring has drawn a lot of attention, but he’s not the only starting offensive lineman who has been missing from the field. Center J.D. Walton and guard Chris Kuper have been recovering from surgery and also missed the offseason workouts, leaving the Broncos with several questions…
Broncos still waiting on their starting offensive line (NBC Sports)
LB Bryan Scott helped the Bills put on a football clinic at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Saturday. Dolphins DL Jared Odrick hosted his first charity golf event this weekend. QB Ryan Mallett’s future holds some intrigue for the Patriots. A look at how Jets rookie QB Geno Smith’s been spending his days this offseason. Ravens…
Sunday morning one-liners (NBC Sports)
ESPN analyst Mark Schlereth predicted the 2013 AFC playoff teams in this video. He pegged just one team from the AFC West to make the playoffs. Not s…
Video: AFC playoff predictions
ENGLEWOOD — Scan the Broncos’ roster, their division brethren and their offseason moves, and there is a lot to like about what’s to come when the team reconvenes for training camp next month.
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Broncos facing only few questions
Yes, it was Rahim Moore and not Mike Adams who bungled the play that forced overtime in the playoffs. But both of the Broncos’ starting safeties could be losing their starting jobs. According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, Quentin Jammer and David Bruton are posing “legitimate threats” to the top of the safety…
Broncos could have two new starting safeties in 2013 (NBC Sports)
Last summer, HBO and NFL films had a very difficult time finding an NFL team that was willing to let film crews into their facility to document training camp for the popular “Hard Knocks” series. The Atlanta Falcons, Denver Broncos, Houston Texans, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks and Washington Redskins passed on the series before the Miami Dolphins and first-year head coach Joe Philbin agreed to be the featured franchise. Finding a subject will be easier in 2013 as reports on Friday night have the Cincinnati Bengals slated to appear on “Hard Knocks” for the second time in the last five years. The news that the Bengals were the team was first tweeted by Paul Domowitch of the Philadelphia Daily News. That tweet quickly disappeared, but Domowitch is close enough to the Mount Laurel, New Jersey-based NFL Films for his report to have the utmost of credibility. Confirmation would come later on Friday evening from Joe Reedy, who provides blanket coverage of the Bengals for the Cincinnati Enquirer. According to Reedy, an official announcement is “likely to happen” next week .
Cincinnati Bengals to appear on ‘Hard Knocks’ (Shutdown Corner)
ENGLEWOOD — Place the ball on the tee. If the season opener against the Baltimore Ravens were moved up from Sept.
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Broncos not wavering on Super Bowl dream
New England QB Tom Brady has to rebuild the chemistry he has with his receivers after losing Welker to free agency.
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Brady Working On Building Chemistry
Bigger, stronger and faster football players are going to kill the sport.
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Lem Barney says he sees the end of football in 10-20 years