D'Qwell Jackson schedules visits with Broncos, Titans
D'Qwell Jackson is in high demand following his release from the Cleveland Browns. The veteran linebacker already has scheduled visits to five potential suitors.
Offseason Forecast: Denver Broncos
What can the Broncos do to keep up with the 'Hawks and 49ers in 2014? Around The League explores what's next for Denver, including the futures of Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Eric Decker.
Why the Seattle Seahawks can win Super Bowl XLVIII
Russell Wilson and his Seahawks are green when it comes to playing in the Super Bowl, but Gregg Rosenthal explains how that lack of experience could help Seattle emerge victorious Sunday.
Why the Denver Broncos can win Super Bowl XLVIII
Peyton Manning and the Denver offense are up against a juggernaut Seahawks defense, but Gregg Rosenthal outlines how the Broncos can take home the Lombardi Trophy on Sunday.
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie backs off retirement
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie made news Monday when he said he was considering retirement. The Denver Broncos cornerback did his best to backpedal on Tuesday at Super Bowl Media Day.
Marshawn Lynch, Skittles announce 'Seattle Mix'
Marshawn Lynch has officially teamed up with Skittles. The candy manufacturer Mars will make a limited edition "Seattle Mix" in honor of the All-Pro Seahawks running back.
How the Denver Broncos were built
John Elway has proven to be nearly as good as an NFL executive as he was a quarterback. "Around The League" examines how Elway built up the Broncos through the draft and smart free-agent pickups.
AFC Championship Game preview: Patriots-Broncos
New England's Tom Brady owns the overall advantage in head-to-head clashes with Denver's Peyton Manning, but the QBs have split their two meetings in AFC title games. Who takes this one?
Why Wesley Woodyard, Duke Ihenacho sat out Sunday
Linebacker Wesley Woodyard and safety Duke Ihenacho were benched during Denver's win. However, the struggling Broncos' defense will need them strong for a postseason run.
Stewart Bradley, William Gay cut by Arizona Cardinals
It's out with the old and in with the new for the Arizona Cardinals. Linebacker Stewart Bradley and cornerback William Gay were released by the team on Friday.
NFL fantasy football: Big names aren't always IDP gold
Sure, Ray Lewis is having a nice year so far for IDP owners. But Marcas Grant writes that many times, IDP success comes from the places you might never expect.
NFL fantasy football: Ravens' Ed Reed can still get it done
In the latest edition of "Reading the Defense", Marcas Grant uses Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed's continued greatness to teach a short lesson on semantics.
NFL captains: 'C' patch comes with varied roles, responsibilities
The "C" patch on select players' jerseys has become a ubiquitous part of the NFL. But what are the roles and responsibilities of a captain? Jeff Darlington says the answer varies from team to team.
Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints' offense start strong
Marc Sessler learned five things from the Hall of Fame Game, including Drew Brees having the New Orleans Saints' offense buzzing and John Skelton throwing the ball well in relief of Kevin Kolb.
Kevin Kolb needs big Cardinals season to keep contract
Kevin Kolb is in the midst of a five-year, 62.1 million contract with the Arizona Cardinals. However, Brian McIntyre explains that if the QB doesn't live up to expectations, his deal could be in jeopardy.