Good Morning, Broncos fans! According to Mark Maske of the Washington Post, the NFL may increase punishments for domestic abusers.
Reacting to intense criticism of Ray Rice's two-game ban, the league is considering a four- to six-game penalty for first offenders, and a one-year suspension for repeat abusers.
These changes would reportedly be implemented within a matter of weeks; the NFLPA has reportedly not been involved in the process.
Manning says chemistry is all about being able to communicate with his teammates quickly, and even silently.
C.J. Anderson (concussion) is hoping to be cleared either today or tomorrow.
Khaled Elsayed finds a mixed bag in evaluating Bradley Roby's preseason debut.
Cecil Lammey doesn't see wideout Isaiah Burse sticking on the 53-man roster.
Andrew Mason thinks talk of the Broncos seeking to increase their power on offense is overblown (Hello, Jeff Legwold).
Legwold discusses the expected increase in Brandon Marshall's playing time following Danny Trevathan's injury.
Mark Kiszla considers the 25% chance given Denver to win the SB by a computer model.
Ben Roethlisberger admits he was a bit hurt by Emmanuel Sanders' comments knocking his leadership.
KSK offers an exclusive peek at Eli's latest training camp letter to big brother Peyton.
Sabres owner Terry Pegula is the reported frontrunner to purchase the Bills.
NFL Films has made the transition to digital cameras faster than previously planned.
Ron Jaworski is part of a group that will launch an arena football league in China in 2015.
A backup lineman at Arizona State has revealed that he is gay, and has been out to his teammates since last spring.
Here's what Matt Bowen is looking forward to in this week's preseason action.
Jason Fitzgerald says the Lions have created such a disastrous cap situation with Ndamukong Suh that they'd be best served by trading him.
Andrew Brandt expects Alex Smith to hit the free agent market next offseason, and to cash in.
Mike Tanier discusses FF strategy as relates to quarterbacks.