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AFC West News and Rumors
The first day of March has brought a flurry of franchise tags. Add Ryan Clady to the list of the tagged. PFT’s Mike Florio reports the Broncos’ Pro Bowl left tackle received the franchise tag from Denver on Friday. It’s believed that the 26-year-oldUpvote Share Tweet
Burke: 2013 NFL Draft Big Board 3.0CNNSI.com Mar 1, 2013Cards on the table, I expected there to be some seismic shakeups between Big Board 2.0 and 3.0, because: a) the combine presented a chance to see these guys up close; and b) my personal intake of prospects' game films increased exponentially after the S…Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Mar 1, 2013Welcome to Eight in the Box, an NFL Nation feature that will appear each Friday during the offseason. This week’s topic: How each AFC West team needs to address the quarterback position. Denver: A year ago, the Broncos' brass was quietly putting togetheUpvote Share Tweet
AFC West links: Do Raiders want Geno?ESPN.com Mar 1, 2013Denver Broncos Mike Klis of the Denver Post examines a list of the Broncos' most undervalued and overvalued players put together by Pro Football Focus. Linebacker Von Miller was deemed the most undervalued, while Elvis Dumervil was identified as the mos…Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Mar 1, 2013On Wednesday, news broke that the 49ers have a deal in place to trade quarterback Alex Smith to the Chiefs. On Thursday, the man whose stellar play sent the former No. 1 overall pick to the bench participated in a media car wash in support of Michelle …Upvote Share Tweet
In Through the Out Door: Baseball Prospects, Starting Quarterbacks, and Change in Kansas Citygrantland.com Mar 1, 2013This is the kind of winter it's been for Kansas City sports fans: The Chiefs just traded Wil Myers for Alex Smith. At least it feels that way. It was...Upvote Share Tweet
Raiders' first-round options in NFL draftMar 1Will the Oakland Raiders look to West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith to be the face of their franchise? Ted Sundquist and Daniel Jeremiah look at the Raiders' team needs and offer their choices.