Good Morning, Broncos fans! According to Mark Maske of the Washington Post, the NFL may increase punishments for domestic abusers.
Reacting to intense criticism of Ray Rice's two-game ban, the league is considering a four- to six-game penalty for first offenders, and a one-year suspension for repeat abusers.
These changes would reportedly be implemented within a matter of weeks; the NFLPA has reportedly not been involved in the process.
The Raiders and owner Mark Davis are continually increasing their pressure on the city of Oakland to back the construction of a new stadium.
According to the Chronicle, Davis has not sought an extension to the team's lease at O.co Coliseum beyond the 2014 season, nor does he plan to.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Fortunately, Danny Trevathan's leg fracture will not require surgery.
A worse case would have involved pins and screws, and/or ligament tear(s).
In his stead, Brandon Marshall will get the first chance to start at the Will, with rookie Lamin Barrow behind him.
Weakside linebacker Danny Trevathan was carted off during Tuesday's practice with a fracture in his left leg and may be out for as long as two months.
Although the emerging star was unable to put any weight on his leg after hurting it during 11-on-11 drills, Troy Renck had said the team's initial reports were promising.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! The team returned to practice Monday, after a day off on Sunday.
Jacob Tamme was excused for personal reasons, while Emmanuel Sanders, C.J. Anderson, and Montee Ball were among those held out.
With Ball and Anderson out, Juwan Thompson got in some quality reps with Peyton Manning and the starters.
Malik Jackson was the apparent star of the day, even picking off Manning along the way.
He surely didn't know it (nor would he care), but Monday was a rough day for DeMarcus Ware in the football analysis corner of the internet.
Farrar cites Ware's position change under Monte Kiffin as having hampered his season.
Every team talks about it - the importance of player development. What’s different at Dove Valley is that they actively push that agenda.
As John Elway often says, “We don't draft All-Pros, we have to make them."
And the Broncos do.
They bring youngsters into players-only film sessions, offer them state of the art training and nutritional monitoring, motivate them, and then see what the player gives in return.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Let's open with some key points from Peter King's latest MMQB column: