LB Brandon Marshall on owners’ discomfort with protests: It’s just a money thing

Click here to get the latest on all pro leagues and open tryout information! Sign up, get scouted and start your pro career! By: Charean Williams Representatives of the NFLPA will join the league’s owners in New York next week to … Continue reading


Von Miller situation shows NFLPA should eliminate franchise tag

By: Bob Harkins Yesterday, it came out that Von Miller had turned down a mammoth $114.5 million offer from the Denver Broncos. We wrote about it here, pointing out that it was not really a $114.5 million offer, because only … Continue reading


Turning the NFL’s pot problem into a profit center

By: Steve Rosenbloom This Week In Pot: After Sports Authority filed for bankruptcy, the Broncos began looking for a new sponsor for Mile High Stadium, and you know who stepped up? A couple marijuana companies in Colorado, that’s who. The two … Continue reading


Whoa, Canada: Examining the NFL talent pipeline emerging up north

By Brad Gagnon | There was a time when the NBA was strictly a league of Americans, with only a few exceptions — Dirk Nowitzki, Steve Nash, Tony Parker, Dikembe Mutombo, Vlade Divac and Hedo Türkoglu among the most notable. But the … Continue reading


Broncos Sign LB Danny Mason to Future Contract

By: Sayre Bedinger It’s not the focal point of the week, but the Broncos are continuing to give out future contracts to prospects who are eligible to join the team on March 10th, the first day of the new league year. … Continue reading


Broncos sign three players

By: Jason Butt (National Post) The Denver Broncos made several roster moves on Monday, which included signing wide receiver Greg Hardin, safety Charles Mitchell and linebacker Chase Vaughn. Hardin is a rookie free agent out of North Dakota, who totaled … Continue reading


Denver receiver inspired by jailed mom, grandma

By: Agence France-Presse, Global Post For most of his life Denver Broncos receiver Demaryius Thomas has only been able to see his mother and grandmother in prison, but they are inspiring him for Sunday’s Super Bowl. Katina Smith, his mother, … Continue reading


Quitting the N.F.L.: For John Moffitt, the Money Wasn’t Worth It

By: Ken Belson (New York Times) John Moffitt chugged mugs of black coffee and talked almost giddily about how, the week before, he called John Elway, the head of football operations for the Denver Broncos, to tell him he was quitting … Continue reading