Good Morning, Broncos fans! Friday night brought the deadline for teams to exercise their fifth-year options on 2011 first-rounders.
Ultimately, 21 of the 32 players had their contracts unilaterally extended through 2015.
Happy Friday, Broncos fans! Today is the last day for teams to exercise their fifth-year options on 2011 first-rounders.
Of course, it's not as dramatic a decision as some would have us all believe.
The risk for teams is minimal, and the so-called guarantee doesn't mean a thing until the 2015 league year begins.
As Andrew Brandt correctly states, the only reason for a team not to pick up the option is if they're not even sure they want the player in 2014.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! With the 2014 Draft still a week away, today's biggest story is a top prospect for 2015.
Heisman-winning FSU QB Jameis Winston is in the news again, and it's not for anything good.
The 20-year-old Winston was cited for shoplifting $32.72 worth of crab legs from a Publix in Talahassee.
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! Thankfully, Donald Sterling's tenure as an NBA franchise owner is a giant step closer to its conclusion.
On Tuesday, commissioner Adam Silver announced a lifetime ban and $2.5M fine - the maximum allowable penalty - for the Clippers' racist owner.
Silver added that he will seek approval from league owners to force Sterling to sell the team, and that he "fully expect(s)" to receive such support.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! You know what's a really good indication that the NFL news cycle is dead in the water?
An appearance by unemployed quarterback Brady Quinn on NFLN would do the trick.
If anyone cares, Quinn says the Ravens were thisclose to drafting him in 2007.
But wait, there's more - Tim Tebow's other 2011 training camp soap opera co-stars are also in the news!
Good Morning, Broncos fans! The draft is still a week and a half away, so that means Donald Sterling and his racism are still bigger than any NFL story.
Sterling's Clippers offered a mild protest before their game on Sunday, by turning their warm-ups inside out.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Unequivocally, there is one sports figure drawing all attention today.
Of course, that would be Donald Sterling, the racist scumbag who owns the NBA's Clippers.
On Friday, TMZ released an audio recording purported to be Sterling making a deplorable rant to his girlfriend.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Jealousy likely played some role in Mark Cuban's recent contention that the NFL's owners have gotten overly greedy.
But as with much of what Cuban says, there's a lot of truth in there (BTW, good luck finding a sharper businessman than Cuban among NFL owners).
Earlier this week, Roger Goodell spoke in favor of an expansion of the playoff field from 12 to 14 teams.
Happy Friday, Broncos fans! Following the lawsuit that exposed the deplorable treatment of the Bills' cheerleaders, the team has suspended the operation altogether.
The Jills' handbook stipulates what cheerleaders should and should not say, how they should eat, and how they should cleanse themselves, down to the most personal of details.
More of these disgusting guidelines can be seen here in the team's cheerleading handbook from last season.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! If you're into schedule overanalysis, today's your lucky day.
Specific to the Broncos, they have opened as seven-point favorites over the Colts for Week 1.
John Elway says they'll have to get off to a quick start, since they open against three teams that made the playoffs in 2013.