Good Morning, Broncos fans! At today's owners meetings in Georgia, there will be a vote on the site of SB 52, with Indy among the host candidates.
Who's going to be making the presentation on that city's behalf?
Why, Jim Irsay, of course.
You know, the dude who was recently arrested on a DUI charge, along with four felony counts of possession of controlled substances.
Among the folks who will be listening to Irsay's pitch?
You know, like Irsay, another member of the lucky sperm club who appears to be a brazen felon.
Whose company lost another pair of key employees recently due to the investigation into its alleged widescale fraud.
And yet, guys like Haslam aren't described as troubled. Rather, they're just NFL owners.
Imagine if these guys were players?
Someone like Bradley Roby, who was found sleeping in his car one night, and didn't let a bouncer just push him around? Dude is "troubled" and stands as proof that the NFL doesn't need "choir boys."
Double standard, you ask?
You know the answer...
Adam Gase likes Orlando Franklin's move to LG for the size upgrade from Zane Beadles.
Like Jack Del Rio, Gase is excited for the new toys he got this offseason.
CSU coach Jim McElwain says Kapri Bibbs plays faster than he times out.
At least Jeff Legwold has the decency to point to Roby's history without making him sound like a gangster.
Here's the commencement speech given by Peyton Manning at UVA's graduation last weekend.
Old friend Brandon Marshall signed a three-year extension with Chicago on "The View," apparently promising to donate a trillion dollars for mental health care.
Meanwhile, BMarsh's least favorite quarterback, Kyle Orton, is still AWOL down in Cowboys Country.
Back on the topic of troubled players, Green Bay signed undrafted Oregon TE Colt Lyerla.
Welfare queens Roger Goodell and Arthur Blank celebrated the groundbreaking for the Falcons' new stadium.
No Females League
A former Bucs cheerleader is suing the team over alleged wage violations; that's now five No Females League teams that have been sued by cheerleaders.
Patrick Hruby explains how No Females League teams are able to keep bringing in cheerleaders despite their awful working conditions.
Sam Monson answers questions about the PFF Top 101 and why players ranked where they did.
Greg Gabriel says too many underclassmen declare for the draft each year, and he offers both an explanation and a solution.
Chase Stuart takes another look at how and why running backs have become devalued in the NFL.
Christmas Ape interprets PK's MMQB column.