Good Morning, Broncos fans! As expected, Washington has reportedly reached agreement on a contract with DeSean Jackson.
San Francisco apparently made a late push for the playmaker, but Jackson will remain in the NFCE.
It's April, which means we're about to see Jeff Legwold write the words "Broncos" and "long look" together roughly a zillion times. Today, he does so regarding the concept of finally drafting a middle linebacker.
Andrew Mason explores Denver's depth at tight end.
Wes Welker offered his support for children in Aurora who are battling cancer.
Minnesota submitted a bid to host SB 52.
Chris Burke ranks center prospects; with the addition of Will Montgomery, Denver now has two 31-year-old centers (born six days apart from each other).
Robert Mays discusses the Von Miller-like Buffalo linebacker Khalil Mack.
Matt Bowen discusses the NFL future of South Carolina DE Jadeveon Clowney.
Russ Lande scouts Florida defensive lineman Dominique Easley.
Jason Lisk thinks a relatively weak free agent class of running backs has people thinking the position has become cheaper than it really is.
Per PFF's data, Wes Welker didn't rank among the best or worst slot receivers of 2013 in terms of efficiency or drop rates.
While adjusting for era, Chase Stuart ranks the best kickoff returners in history, with former Bronco Glyn Milburn ranking eighth.
Joel Corry proposes changes to the franchise tag system.
Donald Trump took a break from his idiotic anti-vaccine thoughts to announce that someone asked him about ownership in the Bills.
Of course, billionaires get invited to invest in something practically everyday; it's just that most of them don't feel the need to tell the world about their every opportunity. And who else but the Donald is so obnoxious as to turn a story about Jim Kelly into himself and his self-proclaimed generosity?
Sarah Sprague has Trump down to a T.