Good Morning, Broncos fans! I was going to discuss here how absurd it is that Denver has worked out or planned to work out six QB prospects, while they've only lined up 12 non-quarterbacks (according to PFT's list). But it's only March 24, and the first round of the draft is still five weeks away from today. Perhaps that list will balance out by the time the draft arrives and Denver will have worked out 30 players who don't play QB; especially a lot more defensive players? I'll see about putting together a comprehensive list of Denver's scheduled/planned workouts with links...
According to Williamson, Denver will work out Oklahoma S Quinton Carter.
Plus, Williamson thinks the Broncos want to move down and could be interested in Von Miller.
One of Woody's readers thinks Tim Tebow has high trade value right now.
Josina is apparently auditioning for a gig at Bleacher Report.
Cam Inman reiterates that the new kickoff rules will lessen the impact of Oakland's Jacoby Ford.
Jerry McDonald thinks the players and owners should follow the Crypt Keeper's lead and zip their lips.
Williamson interviewed Raiders CB Stanford Routt yesterday.
Covitz on the return of Martyball.
Andrew Brandt looks ahead to the April 6 preliminary injunction hearing.
Bowen thinks the lockout has real potential to delay the integration of rookies into the NFL.
In addition to coordinating their offense, Josh McDaniels will coach the Rams' QBs.
Jim Harbaugh has apparently been as supportive publicly of Alex Smith as the Broncos' brass has been of Tim Tebow.
Rams GM Billy Devaney has very thin skin.
Lovie is still sticking up for his pouty-lipped QB.
Who does LT think he is? Charlie Sheen?
DeLoureiro compiled a list of QB Wonderlic scores.
Matt Bowen thinks the Eagles could pull off a heist of sorts in dealing away Kevin Kolb.
In response to the change, Joe Fortenbaugh shares his list of the 10 best kick returns of 2010.
Dez Bryant and/or his buddies were apparently wearing their pants too low for the liking of the Dallas Police. This reads like an Onion story...
Jerry Jones says he's already received two offers for the 9th-overall pick.
Rob Rang again updates his big board.
Bucky Brooks explains why it's difficult to evaluate OTs out of college.