Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! Wednesday marked the start of Denver's first full-squad OTAs.
Peyton Manning & Co. toted around a football covered in green Lycra, apparently to help reduce their alarming fumbling woes of 2013.
While Manning preferred to remain tightlipped about the strategy, we'll assume the material makes the ball more slippery.
If the players can improve ball security with a slippery ball, it should follow that gripping the real thing should be easier, right?
Ward admits that news of his recent strip club episode was "embarrassing," but claims "it's all being resolved."
Wes Welker says age is catching up with his body a bit, but that Churchill Downs isn't.
Andrew Mason was particularly impressed by how Ware and the two safeties looked on Wednesday.
In a speech on Thursday, President Obama called for deeper research into youth concussions.
Alex Smith is said to be seeking around $18M/year (LOL) from the Chiefs, who reportedly would consider using the franchise tag (LOLZ) to keep him next offseason. Doug Farrar agrees it's an outlandish figure, but Jason Fitzgerald thinks Smith deserves to be paid like Jay Cutler. Of course, Cutler is grossly overpaid.
Seattle agreed to a new two-year deal with WR Doug Baldwin.
Aaron Hernandez pleaded not guilty to seven charges, including two counts of first-degree murder, in that 2012 Boston drive-by double homicide. According to prosecutors, Hernandez's reason for firing into a car and killing two men was that one of them had spilled a drink on him earlier in the night.
A former Dolphins scout is suing the always classy team, alleging they fired him over arrangements that helped him care for his cystic fibrosis-stricken wife. Nate Sullivan also accuses the team of having singled out his wife's expensive medications to be excluded from the organization's health insurance plan.
Carolina RB DeAngelo Williams, who recently lost his mother to breast cancer, details her battle with the disease and asks us all to help spread awareness.
Eric Decker hopes to pass along lessoned learned from Peyton Manning to his new Jets teammates.
Brady Quinn thinks Johnny Manziel's Vegas excursion isn't befitting of someone who plays in "blue collar" Cleveland (You know, because Brady really knows what it takes to succeed there). Eric Edholm wonders why Manziel has been criticized for his trip, while the Gronk was not.
Andrew Brandt wonders if the NFL would be willing to relax its rules on marijuana in exchange for HGH testing.
Robert Mays thinks the Dallas defense is once again screwed by the absence of Sean Lee.
Tight end Ladarius Green is PFF's Secret Superstar for the 2014 Chargers.
Jason Fitzgerald explains the caponomic implications of June 1.
With the Vikings set to host games at a temporary home, Chase Stuart looks back at how teams have fared in unfamiliar home stadiums.