Good Morning, Broncos fans! Just a few days ago, Chargers GM Tom Telesco tried to laugh off suggestions that he'd authored too quiet of an offseason.
In typical haughty fashion, Greg Bedard was all too happy to play along, suggesting that San Diego, despite its brutal pass defense, was a threat to Denver in the AFCW.
But Telesco's bravado turned out to be just talk, as he made a big move to shore up that secondary on Tuesday, by agreeing to terms with former Chiefs corner Brandon Flowers.
KC had cut Flowers two weeks ago in a cap-related move, after his worst season (but first Pro Bowl appearance).
San Diego reportedly gave the seventh-year corner a one-year prove-it deal, with $3M in guarantees and an outside shot at $2M in incentives.
Flowers had met with San Francisco last Friday.
Osweiler says he has a far better mental grasp of Denver's offense this year. Of course, he's still just 23 years old.
Von Miller has high expectations for Bradley Roby's rookie campaign.
Cecil Lammey provides yet another overview of Denver's roster.
The NFL has agreed to make cash payments to retired players suffering longterm effects of head injuries.
Dallas added guard Uche Nwaneri.
Aaron Hernandez is schedule to face trial in May 2015 for his double drive-by murder charges.
The National Congress of American Indians is seeking to enlist the help of FedEx to convince the Washington franchise to change its blatantly racist name.
Jordan Sargent explains why renaming them the Washington Reagans would be particularly fitting.
Chase Stuart and Brian Burke team up to calculate a value for a first down.
Greg Gabriel likes the changes to Cleveland's front office, but thinks the team isn't ready to challenge yet on the field.
Dan Pompei discusses Minnesota's offseason.
Matt Bowen expects Tampa Bay linebacker Lavonte David (who went just one pick after Osweiler in 2012) to thrive under the guidance of Lovie Smith.
CBS wisely hired former ref Mike Carey to play the role Mike Pereira does for FOX.
The Shutdown Corner guys rightly declare that Jim Nantz and Chucky are vastly overrated as broadcasters.
They won't have NFL content, but 120 Sports launches today with two-minute mobile-friendly video content.