Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! Several notable rookies made their preseason debuts this weekend.
Houston linebacker Jadeveon Clowney flashed some of what made him the first overall pick, but had some rough moments as well.
Greg Gabriel saw plenty of promise from Manziel, and thinks it's inevitable he overtakes Hoyer for good.
St. Louis DE Michael Sam created some pressure on Friday night, but the tea leaves tell Mike Tanier that Sam will be a late cut, to be picked up by another team.
Fox says the team is confident in their current group of backs, but added that C.J. Anderson is still experiencing headaches from the concussion he suffered on Thursday.
Brock Osweiler's rough patches on Thursday kept Zac Dysert from getting a chance to play.
Mike Klis profiles Sanders, while apparently suggesting that Tim Tebow and Bradley Van Pelt worked harder than Peyton Manning does.
Despite early camp raves, Woody Paige could see Quinton Carter not making the 53-man roster.
Mark Kiszla is ready to declare that Osweiler will never win an NFL playoff game, and that Teebs is better than him.
For his one season in the Yankees' farm system, John Elway has been elected to the NY Penn League's HOF.
Mark Emmert says the NCAA will appeal Friday's ruling in the O'Bannon lawsuit.
Chip Kelly exhibited a rather interesting method of adjusting the mouthpiece on his headset the other night.
As this excellent Times article details, Deion Sanders' prep school is built on just as much bullshit as one would expect.
Since the NFL realigned in 2002, no SB champions have emerged from divisions they dominated.