Good Morning, Broncos fans! The Dolphins have made their first significant moves in response to the Wells Report.
On Wednesday, Miami fired offensive line coach Jim Turner and longtime head trainer Kevin O'Neill.
According to the scathing report, Turner was a central figure in the bullying of Jonathan Martin, while O'Neill appeared to have condoned racial harrassment of one of his assistants.
As for the offensive linemen involved, Richie Incognito and John Jerry are pending UFAs and not expected back with the team, while it's been reported that Mike Pouncey likely faces a suspension.
Meanwhile, head coach Joe Philbin - who presumably should have known what was going on in his toxic locker room, could have stopped it, and has escaped largely unscathed - is paying lip service by "taking responsibility" for what occurred in Miami.
According to Mike Klis, John Elway is expected to start negotiations on a contract extension with the agent for John Fox.
Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker will host a football camp at Mullen High in May.
John Elway & Co. will presumably play a large role in a potential coloring book portraying Cleveland's biggest sports failures.
Wes Welker and his wife apparently brought a blowup doll with them on vacation. Whatever floats your boat, I guess...
An infection to his surgically repaired knee could cost pending free agent Danario Alexander (currently of the Chargers) his 2014 season.
If money weren't enough, here's another reason the Broncos should let Eric Decker walk: at least according to Mike Mayock, this year's WR class is the best he's seen "in years." Of course, that doesn't mean the Broncos are going to draft a wideout, or that they'll hit on one if they do.
Jason Fitzgerald examines the Terrell Suggs extension/restructure for some clues to how Dallas might work a new deal with DeMarcus Ware.
Chase Stuart makes a case for taking away the home field advantage given division winners in the Wild Card round.
With a franchise tag dispute potentially looming, Jason Lisk studies how the Saints tend to use TE Jimmy Graham.
PFF ranks pending UFAs among offensive tackles.