Of course, this is the No Females League, so it was Rice's now wife who publicly apologized for the incident.
Okay, maybe not. Mitch Ewald is obviously here as camp fodder to give Matt Prater some rest.
Von Miller and Kevin Vickerson have been cleared to practice on a limited basis during training camp, which starts on Thursday.
Chris Harris, who like Miller, had his season ended by a torn ACL, was placed on the preseason PUP list.
Broncos owner Pat Bowlen is ceding control of the team, in a nod to his until now private battle with Alzheimer's disease.
Team president Joe Ellis will continue to manage the day-to-day operations of the franchise.
Mr. B has placed ownership of the team into a trust, intending for one of his seven children to one day assume control of his beloved Broncos.
In a long expected move, the Broncos have released tight end Joel Dreessen with one year remaining on his three-year contract.
Dreessen failed a physical after having had three knee surgeries over the past two offseasons.
The Coloradan and CSU alum might have been a cap casualty anyway, but his knee issues are apparently severe enough for him to have missed the season.
With training camp a week away, John Elway has already backed off his self-imposed deadline for extending the contracts of Demaryius and Julius Thomas.
Following a Tahoe practice round with John Fox and Joe Sakic, Elway told Lindsay Jones that he's willing to negotiate with the pending 2015 free agents through the first couple weeks of the preseason, suggesting a new deadline of mid-August.
The Cowboys have surprisingly relented their game of chicken with Kyle Orton, opting to release the backup quarterback.
Throughout the offseason, Orton made clear that he had no intention of reporting to the team, skipping OTAs and offseason workouts.
He reportedly prefers to retire.
Now that the Vikings have completed their investigation into the homophobia alleged to have been rampant in their organization, they are refusing to release the findings.
Obviously, the independent probe must have confirmed Chris Kluwe's accusations, the ones that hacks like Kevin Seifert suggested were ill-founded.
The Broncos made a sextet of roster transactions on Monday, following the weekend's rookie minicamp.
Denver added safety Charles Mitchell (who'd been waived last Monday), former CSU-Pueblo linebacker Chase Vaughn, and wideout Greg Hardin.
Colts DE Robert Mathis, the NFL's leading sack man in 2013, has been suspended four games for violation of the league's PED policy.
Indy opens the season at Denver on SNF, so this figures to bolster the Broncos' chances that night.