It's open season on Roger Goodell.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! At the end of this month, the FCC will vote on ending the NFL's blackout rule.
In an op-ed for USA Today, the agency's chairman, Tom Wheeler, explains why he supports an end to the antiquated rule:
With the first weekend of professional football in the books, two things should be abundantly clear: The NFL is king; and the Federal Communications Commission's sports blackout rules are obsolete and have to go.
It's been particularly difficult this week to focus/care about last weekend's games, or any upcoming action.
The NFL is in crisis, and its commissioner is under fire.
Roger Goodell's bungling of the Ray Rice case is a watershed moment for the league.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Denver has a full game lead on the rest of the AFCW today, thanks to a late comeback win by the Cardinals on Monday.
Arizona scored 12 fourth-quarter points to knock off San Diego 18-17, with Carson Palmer directing a game-winning 91-yard drive.
Philip Rivers was intercepted once and had a key late fumble that pushed San Diego out of field goal range.
By now, the world has now seen the videotape of Ray Rice knocking his then-fiancee out cold in an Atlantic City elevator.
The league that knows no shame is now claiming not to have had access to the video prior to giving Rice his two-game ban.
Of course, that's not what Peter King reported on July 29, in no uncertain terms:
Good Morning, Broncos fans! It's time for the Broncos to put all that hard work to use.
Sure, there's the typical stuff - the workouts, the weightlifting, the practices, the game planning, and film work.
But that's not what we're talking about.
It's time for Peyton Manning & Co. to test their vocabularies.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Only Danny Trevathan and Ben Garland have been ruled out for tomorrow's opener.
Seven other players are listed as probable, but most of them were full practice participants throughout the week.
Louis Vasquez and Isaiah Burse had been limited on Wednesday, while Malik Jackson was excused for Thursday's session.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! The 2014 NFL season picked up right where the prior one left off - with Seattle delivering a decisive blowout on national television.
This time, it was NFCN favorite Green Bay on the receiving end of the Seahawks' physicality, to the tune of a 36-16 outcome.
Russell Wilson, entering his third season, showed off a more divere offense and threw two touchdown passes.
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! Here we are - the Seahawks and Packers kick off the 2014 season tonight.
There have been piles of previews, and there are more to come.
So many of them - even from the football writers we most respect - focus on the (trivial) fact that no SB loser since 1972 has come back to win the big game a year later.
Welker wasn't sure what exactly flagged his positive test but he was incensed at a report he took a Molly at the Kentucky Derby. He does wonder if someone put something in his drink at the Derby.
“I wouldn't have any idea where to get a Molly or what a Molly is,” he said. “That's a joke. I don't do marijuana, I don't do drugs. I don't do any drugs.”