Texans' O'Brien: Brock Osweiler to start next weekend
Brock Osweiler saved one of his cleanest games of the season for the playoffs, and coach Bill O'Brien announced that Osweiler would remain the team's starter next weekend.
For overlooked Jadeveon Clowney, the time is now
Jadeveon Clowney reminded the nation on Saturday afternoon why the Texans drafted him first overall in 2014. Gregg Rosenthal explains why, for Clowney, the best may still be yet to come.
Broncos gush over speeches delivered by Peyton, Ware
Broncos players credited their 24-10 victory over the Panthers in Super Bowl 50 to a pair of speeches from veterans Peyton Manning and DeMarcus Ware.
Von Miller & DeMarcus Ware: Mentorship fuels Denver's defense
Von Miller and DeMarcus Ware are similarly elite pass rushers, but they run at different social speeds. Michael Silver saw this when he hung out with the dynamic duo at "Club 58," Miller's epic man cave.
What we learned Wednesday during SB50 week
A day closer to Super Bowl 50 gives us more clarity on injuries, Ron Rivera's practice approach and the complimentary nature of Denver's linebackers. Here are Wednesday's takeaways.
Antonio Smith will play Sunday despite father's death
Broncos defensive lineman Antonio Smith learned early Wednesday morning that his father Marty Christopher Williams had passed away while serving a life sentence in jail.
How the Denver Broncos were built
After the Broncos lost to the Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII, John Elway thought, "I want that." Let's take a look at how and where Elway built his team.
Belichick on Broncos trash talk: 'Just a bunch of hot air'
The Denver Broncos have been vocal about the Patriots this week, but the Patriots wouldn't offer a response on Wednesday. Bill Belichick said talk was just "hot air."
Antonio Smith: Tom Brady a crybaby about getting hit
Antonio Smith has a lot to say when it comes to Tom Brady. The Broncos defensive lineman says the Patriots quarterback has a problem with crying too much to refs when he gets hit.
Denver Broncos make statement with victory over Patriots
The Denver Broncos won in wild fashion Sunday night, ending the New England Patriots' quest for perfection. Jeffri Chadiha writes the victory could be the pivotal moment in the Broncos' season.
Nineteen things to know about Week 11 injury report
The Eagles are already down their starting QB heading into Sunday's matchup with the Buccaneers. Now they'll also be without the services of Ryan Mathews due to a concussion.
Gary Kubiak has Denver Broncos gritting their way to perfection
Think Peyton Manning calls the shots in Denver? Think again. Jeff Darlington says Gary Kubiak is making a definite impact on the Broncos -- and it can be seen in the way they've stayed undefeated.
Broncos DE Derek Wolfe dealt four-game suspension
Hours after Chiefs cornerback Sean Smith received a three-game ban, Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe was hit with a four-game suspension for a violation of the NFL's policy on PEDs.
Biggest free agency losers
Despite underwhelming offseason moves and roster turnover, are the New England Patriots still the team to beat? The Around The NFL crew breaks down the free agency losers.
Roster Reset: Denver Broncos still best in AFC West?
Will Peyton Manning send the Denver Broncos to the playoffs? Is a trade on the horizon for San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers? Chris Wesseling breaks down the wild AFC West.
Antonio Smith signs one-year contract with Broncos
The Denver Broncos announced Thursday that Antonio Smith has agreed to a one-year contract with the team. The deal is worth $2 million, according to Smith's agent.
Transactions Roundup: Colts ink WR Vincent Brown
The Indianapolis Colts signed receiver Vincent Brown. The 49ers added linebacker Desmond Bishop. And the Cardinals signed quarterback Chandler Harnish, among other Tuesday transactions.
Oakland Raiders release veteran Antonio Smith
The Oakland Raiders continue to shed bodies from last year's ghastly free-agency haul. The team announced Tuesday that defensive lineman Antonio Smith has been released.
Arizona Cardinals cut Darnell Dockett
The Arizona Cardinals have released Darnell Dockett. The veteran defensive tackle missed last season with a torn ACL. Will the former Pro Bowler find a new home?
2006 NFL Draft do-over: Reggie Bush falls to Raiders at No. 7
As the No. 2 pick, Reggie Bush was among the biggest disappointments in the 2006 draft. Where would he land if teams could do it over again? Lance Zierlein gives the draft a second try.
Oakland Raiders shock Chiefs, notch first win of 2014
The Raiders notched their first win of the season with a 24-20 win over the Chiefs on "TNF." The way the players and their fans celebrated, you would've thought they clinched a playoff spot.