Good Morning, Broncos fans! Expectations are that John Fox will select a replacement for Mike McCoy before the week is out.
According to Jeff Legwold's report, the choice will come down to current Denver QB coach Adam Gase and former Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt, who had interviewed for several vacant head jobs and was rumored as recently as yesterday to be a frontrunner for the Eagles job taken by Chip Kelly.
This would appear to mean that former longtime Colts OC Tom Moore - the only man to call plays for Peyton Manning in the NFL prior to Mike McCoy this season - is not under serious consideration.
Whatever happens, don't lose sight of the undeniable fact that a move will not be made without Manning's blessing.
John Elway thinks Peyton's maniacal attention to detail and the immense transition he underwent in 2012 means he does actually have room to improve upon his performance next season.
Legwold thinks the Denver front office needs to be particularly reflective this offseason, but it's wholly unclear exactly what he's suggesting they focus on.
Jeff's Rolodex says cornerbacks go over the hill overnight, so that's what he suggests may have happened to Champ Bailey between Week 17 and Saturday.
Yesterday morning, D.J. Williams visited Sims Fayola International Academy, a school for underprivileged boys where he is helping to build a new library facility.
PFF's All-Sophomore Team includes Orlando Franklin, Von Miller, and Rahim Moore, while Chris Harris was understandably beaten out by Richard Sherman and Patrick Peterson.
The family of Panthers owner Jerry Richardson plans to sell the team shortly after his eventual passing.
Arizona interviewed Seahawks OC Darrell Bevell and Colts OC Bruce Arians and will continue to meet with Arians today.
Cleveland will interview former Bucs coach Raheem Morris regarding their DC job.
Former Bears coach Lovie Smith has no plans to pursue a coordinator position for 2013, and would instead take a year off to the tune of the $5M Chicago will pay him.
The LOLJets are reportedly close to naming a new GM from among a trio of candidates including one from their own ranks, and another from each of the Seahawks and Steelers.
Brandon Marshall will have another arthroscopic procedure on his hip, and may miss the Pro Bowl as a result.
As this year's coaching and GM vacancies continue to be filled with more white men, Mike Silver sees proof that the Rooney Rule has lost its effectiveness.
KSK captionizes divisional weekend, including a look at just how tiny Trindon Holliday is.
Doug Farrar says Manti Te'o's draft stock was already in trouble after he was exposed during the BCS title game, and figures this fake girlfriend story won't be helping his cause.
Meanwhile, the tale only gets weirder, as Arizona Cardinals FB Reagan Mauia claims to have met Lennay Kekua, and an ex-Stanford player says Te'o would ask Cardinal players after games between ND and Stanford whether any of them had met Kekua.
Outsports.com and CBS's Mike Freeman suggested last night that Te'o might be gay, for what that's worth.
The National Enquirer is reporting that Tiger Woods wants to remarry his ex-wife Elin, and that there would be a massive anti-cheating clause in a prenuptial.