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Sunday Morning QB: Cleveland Browns start 'Tanking for Teddy' with trade of Trent RichardsonUpdated Sep 21 Share Tweet
Once Peyton Manning required neck surgery that sidelined him for the entire 2011 season, the mission for the Colts became clear: Suck for Luck. They finished 2-14, had the first pick in the draft, and are set for the next generation with Andrew Luck at …
Report: Oakland Coliseum has another round of plumbing problemsUpdated Sep 21 Share TweetThe Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, home stadium of the Raiders and Athletics, is reportedly again dealing with some plumbing problems. According to Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle, sewage flooded the Oakland Athletics’ coaches bathroom on…Share TweetYes, the Broncos have lost left tackle Ryan Clady for the balance of the season. But they may be getting back cornerback Champ Bailey for the first time since the preseason. Bailey officially is listed as questionable with a foot sprain he suffered last…Share TweetThere were no surprises on the Raiders’ injury report Saturday as strong safety Tyvon Branch (ankle), left tackle Menelik Watson (knee) and tight end David Ausberry (shoulder) were all ruled out of Monday night’s game at Denver. Left guard Lucas Nix, wh…Source: ESPN.comShare TweetNew Chargers coach Mike McCoy has turned receiver Eddie Royal into the season's breakout playmaker.Source: CNNSI.comShare TweetChargers coach Mike McCoy says Philip Rivers isn’t just the starting quarterback this year. McCoy sees Rivers as the Chargers’ starting quarterback for many years. “Without a doubt — there is no doubt in my mind,” McCoy told Albert Breer of NFL Network.…Share TweetChip Kelly’s unique approach to coaching extends beyond just the nature of his offense and also to a belief in going for two after the first touchdown of the game. Kelly did that several times at Oregon, and he did it on Thursday night against the Chief…
Denver Broncos still AFC West's best team, but their rivals are betterUpdated Sep 21 Share TweetThis was supposed to be the Broncos and the three patsies. The AFC West was by far the worst division in football last season with a collective 26-38 record.Source: denverpost.com