Good Morning, Broncos fans! Now that the Vikings have found a way to keep Adrian Peterson off the field while still paying him, the Panthers may do the same with Greg Hardy.
Hardy, of course, is the franchise-tagged defensive end who was already convicted this summer of assaulting his ex-girlfriend.
Carolina deactivated Hardy for their Week 2 game at the last minute, and they are now expected to place him on the same Exempt/Commissioner's Permission list that Peterson is now residing.
The Vikings have again changed their minds on accused child abuser Adrian Peterson, and have placed him on the Exempt/Commissioner's Permission list.
Peterson has been barred from all team activities, until his abuse allegations have been resolved.
K Brandon McManus Making A Case To Stay In Denver
McManus signed a deal that would pay him $420,000 this year and $510,000 in 2015, when Prater’s base salary jumps to $3.25 million.
That’s no small consideration for a team that has several stars coming up for big long-term contracts, including Demaryius Thomas, Julius Thomas and Chris Harris Jr.
McManus wants to stay here with them. He sees Denver not as a stopover but as his destination.
“I think that’s the only way you can look at it,” he said.
McManus still has plenty to prove - touchbacks and short field goals at SAF@MH are as easy as an NFL kicking job gets. But so far, so good.
Several Broncos are among the nominees for the Pro Football HOF's 2015 class, including first-time nominee Jason Elam.
Notable ex-Broncos players on the list are Terrell Davis, Rod Smith, Tom Nalen, Mark Schlereth, Karl Mecklenburg, Steve Atwater, and John Lynch, along with former coach and new ROFer Dan Reeves.
NFL sponsor Anheuser-Busch 'concerned' by 'recent incidents'
“We are disappointed and increasingly concerned by the recent incidents that have overshadowed this NFL season,” the statement read. “We are not yet satisfied with the league’s handling of behaviors that so clearly go against our own company culture and moral code. We have shared our concerns and expectations with the league.”
Anheuser-Busch doesn't like NFL fans engaging in all of this talk about domestic violence and child abuse.
After all, every moment spent talking during a tailgate or game is a moment that's not spent getting loaded...before getting behind the wheel and putting innocent lives at risk, of course.
According to Jason La Canfora, Wes Welker's suspension has officially ended, and he will be eligible to practice on Wednesday and play on Sunday in Seattle.
La Canfora says the NFL and players' union will announce the ratification of the new drug policy on Wednesday morning.
Simms drew the ire of Denver fans and set off a Twitter tirade from Broncos Nation on Sunday after he said ‘I don’t mean to root against Denver, but ...’ during the broadcast.
activism insanity seemingly influences a team's choice of starting quarterback, what's a measly internet petition, amirite?
On Monday, Adrian Peterson issued a statement regarding his recent arrest on child abuse charges in Texas.
Within it, Peterson says he disciplines his children much in the same way he was punished by his own parents.
But what Peterson views to be functional parenting is apparently not just a Peterson family-specific thing.
When the news broke that Danny Trevathan would go out with an injury, so did the hearts of many Denver Broncos fans. Last summer, Terrance ‘Pot Roast’ Knighton was asked who the most important defensive player was. Without hesitation, he named Danny Trevathan.
The only good news was that Denver was flush with talented young linebackers. They have Von Miller back from injury and starting to develop his old skills, while Nate Irving is opening some eyes. Denver’s young linebackers looked good in camp and preseason.
Denver had again picked up a quality player. This time, the lowly Jaguars didn’t see a future for him. Richard Smith and Jack Del Rio disagreed. As I’ve said before, I don’t argue with those two regarding linebacking.
For all the talk of second halves, third downs, penalties, and time of possession, Denver's apparent excellent health is easy to overlook.
Granted, that may be more about luck than something worth commending, but given the particular brutality of last Sunday's games, we're taking note.