Good Morning, Broncos fans! The investigation into the murder of Odin Lloyd continued Saturday with a nearly four-hour search of Aaron Hernandez's home by police.
With staked-out media members onlooking, as many as 20 local and state police personnel, multiple K-9 units, and a locksmith participated in the ongoing investigation.
The house, two vehicles, and the playhouse in the property's backyeard were searched, and approximately 15 bags of possible evidence were removed from the house.
An arrest warrant for Hernandez has reportedly been prepared with a charge of obstruction of justice, but has not yet been filed.
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On Saturday, Ed McCaffrey held his fourth annual football camp for athletes with Down Syndrome.
Mark Kiszla responds to reader emails about the HOF and fields a bizarre suggestion that Ben Garland be tried at center.
In honor of the NFL's first sackmaster, the league will honor each year's leading sack man with the Deacon Jones Award, starting in 2013. Von Miller, come on down.
A slight bidding war (from the minimum salary) may break out for the services of FB Vonta Leach, as the Giants may up their offer to him.
Expectations are that tickets for the upcoming Super Bowl in New Jersey are going to fetch record-setting prices on the secondary market.
Now that he's retired and knows that nobody wants to pay him very much to do so, Brian Urlacher claims he has no desire to play football, and he doesn't see himself as a television guy, either.
In his Sunday column, Dan Pompei suggests that Ricky Stanzi and Tyler Bray will wage quite the battle for the Chiefs' #3 QB gig. Riveting stuff...
Doug Farrar explains what Andrew Luck must do in 2013 to continue his progress as a pro quarterback.