You know how on the internet when someone types in CAPS they are either:
Well, guess what? Wes Welker is all three. He emailed the Denver Post tonight to defend himself after a four-game suspension.
We get it. The Patriots have been the league's model franchise for nearly 15 years now.
Bill Belichick is a football genius, and Tom Brady is a GOAT.
None of this is in question.
But for crying out loud, does Greg Bedard even know that other teams exist anymore?
Cleveland signed tackle Vinston Painter off Denver's practice squad on Tuesday, prompting the Broncos to sign long snapper Kevin McDermott.
According to the DP, McDermott will get a chance to compete with Aaron Brewer for the team's long snapping duties.
According to Adam Schefter, Wes Welker has been suspended four games for amphetamine use.
It's always something, huh?
Well, at least this will buy Welker time to recover more fully from his latest concussion...
Happy Tuesday, friends. I decided to write some season preview content over the next few days, since I spent most of the month of August buried with fiscal year-end work, and since I’ll spend half of September traveling. When the time to write presents itself, I’ll write.
Today, I want to write about the Broncos. This article will cover offense, and another one discussing the defense will follow tomorrow. I’ll also get into projecting the rest of the AFC and the NFC.
That’ll take us right to kickoff of the Packers-Seahawks season opener, and from there, we’ll see what we’ll see.
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! We're just two days from the kickoff of the 2014 NFL season, when Seattle hosts Green Bay on Thursday night.
With that in mind, Denver addressed some formalities on Monday.
Houston has extended defensive end J.J. Watt through the 2021 season.
Initial reports say it's worth $100M over six seasons, with $51.8M in guarantees.
That would make it a very similar contract to the one Buffalo gave Mario Williams, when they signed him away from Houston.
Only nine teams have less dead money on their caps than Denver does ($7.046M).
Looking ahead to 2015, the Broncos have $28.8M in space under a theoretical $140M cap.
Pardon us if we never bought into the concept of Matt Schaub getting his career back on track in Oakland, of all places.
Certainly, a 55.1 QB rating during the preseason didn't help his cause.
But a 108.2 rating from second-rounder Derek Carr made Dennis Allen's decision an easy one, and he's reportedly going with Carr.
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! A few more observations from PK's (extra annoying) MMQB column today. We're hoping he was drunk when he wrote it: