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Report: Broncos in on Delmas

The Broncos are reportedly among the teams currently expressing interest in safety Louis Delmas, who was released by Detroit in a cap-related move last Thursday.

Delmas, who will turn 27 in April, visited the Steelers on Monday, and according to Jason La Canfora, has also drawn interest from Denver and Atlanta.

Selected by the Lions atop the second round of the 2009 Draft (#33 overall), Delmas was often discussed as a possible pick for Denver that year.

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Wells Report: Incognito, Pouncey, and Jerry bullied Martin, another teammate, and assistant trainer

It's going to be another long day for the valiant defenders of bigotry and bullying (There sure have been a lot of those lately).

Ted Wells has issued his report on the Dolphins' bullying case involving Jonathan Martin and his tormentors Richie Incognito, John Jerry, and Mike Pouncey.

Here's what Wells had to say in his released statement:

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Broncos agree with Del Rio; Harris undergoes ACL surgery

The Broncos and DC Jack Del Rio have reportedly agreed to a new two-year deal, expected to be finalized on Friday.

Del Rio, who took over the Denver defense in 2012, interviewed for the head gig at USC, his alma mater, but not for any NFL jobs.

After reuniting with John Fox, for whom he'd coordinated the Panthers defense in 2002, Del Rio led Denver's defense to rank #4 in points and #2 in yardage allowed in 2012.

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Broncos re-sign Gerell Robinson

On Wednesday, the Broncos re-signed Gerell Robinson, who spent the 2013 season on their practice squad.

Notably, they are listing the 6-4, 220-pounder solely as a tight end; he had been listed earlier as a WR/TE.

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Denver Broncos 2014 Opponents, Preseason Schedule

The AFCW teams will face off with the NFCW and AFCE squads in 2014..

Because Denver won the AFCW in 2013, they will also face the other AFC division winners.

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Champ wants back, suggests he’s open to a move to safety

One couldn't help but wonder whether Champ Bailey would have retired with a Broncos victory on Sunday night.

Well, he doesn't yet have the opportunity to walk away on top ala John Elway.

Of course, the next questions are whether he'll be back with the Broncos in 2014, and if so, where he'll be playing, and for how much money.

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Manning wins fifth MVP award

As had been expected since his seven-touchdown performance on opening night (if not earlier), Peyton Manning was named the NFL's MVP for the fifth time in his storied career.

Manning shattered several single-season NFL records in 2013, including those for touchdown passes and passing yardage.

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Coaching Carousel: Desperate Browns talking with McDaniels, Schiano (LOLZ)

Now that half of the league's assistants have turned down the Browns - some without even interviewing - Cleveland has apparently gotten desperate.

Although reports continue to suggest that Bills DC Mike Pettine is the favorite to land the job nobody wants, the team reportedly interviewed noted dickhead Greg Schiano on Wednesday.

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Broncos sign another eight players for 2014

Denver announced the signing of eight more players to future contracts on Wednesday, bringing their total number to 13.

Joining the collection of Browncos will be LB Jamar Chaney, T Ramon Harewood, LB Jerrell Harris, TE Jameson Konz, S Charles Mitchell, TE Cameron Morrah, CB Jerome Murphy, and RB Jerodis Williams.

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NFL: Wes Welker hit on Aqib Talib wasn’t even a penalty

Per the NFL (and VP of NFL Officiating Dean Blandino), we learned tonight that Wes Welker is just another football player, which is sure to disgust Bill Belichick:

Blandino on Broncos WR Wes Welker's hit on Patriots CB Aqib Talib: "It was a legal hit."

— NFL Media PR (@InsideNFLMedia) January 23, 2014

No word yet from Belichick. In the meantime, the Seattle Seahawks can breathe a sigh of relief. The monstrosity that is Wes Welker will not be targeting their defensive backfield--at least according to league rules.