Horse Tracks 4/15/09

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If any of you can get through all the '09 schedule articles without puking, you get a gold star. Seriously, there's a million of them. Enjoy!

DB - If you haven't seen it, the Broncos' 2009 schedule has been released.

NFL - Pat Bowlen offered some comments on Josh McDaniels and the team's direction, Rod Smith and the Cutler trade. Bowlen and Shannon Sharpe spoke at Rod's induction to the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame.

DP - Jones and Klis examine the Broncos' schedule, which features a soft start, a brutal center and an AFC West-heavy end.

DP - McDaniels comments on that AFC West portion of the skedder. Meanwhile, the Broncos' first official mini-camp begins on Friday.

DP - Krieger foresees a 5-win season for Denver.

DP - Armstrong the remaining Broncos players envy Cutler and his rebellion.

NFL - Here is NFL.com's breakdown of the Broncos' ledger.

IN - Another schedule rehash from INDenver.

SFC - Here's David White's look at the Raiders' schedule.

SFG - In a solid collection of notes, White believes the Raiders are targeting four players at #7 - WRs Michael Crabtree and Jeremy Maclin, LT Andre Smith and DT B.J. Raji.

KCS - Adam Teicher breaks down the Chefs' schedule.

NFP - Matt Bowen thinks a Tony Gonzalez-trade to Atlanta would make sense.

SDUT - You'll NEVER guess what Kevin Acee writes about. Never. Oh, and here's another breakdown by Acee.

ESPN - Pork Chop chews on all the AFC West schedules.

Y! - Reports are pointing toward a trade of WR Braylon Edwards from the Browns to the Giants, with former Broncos WR Domenik Hixon possibly heading to Cleveland.

NFLN - If you want the '09 schedule coming out of your ears, there are plenty of video clips for you to watch from the Network.

Y! - Travis Henry is facing a sentence of 10 years to life in prison plus a $4 million fine if a judge accepts the plea deal he agreed to with federal prosecutors.

Y! - The dispute between Comcast and the NFL Network will be heard by an administrative law judge this week.

NFL - Bucky Brooks thinks strength-of-schedule is a bit overemphasized.

NFL - Vic Carucci thinks Jay Cutler and all of his chins are the marquee story of the '09 season as viewed by the schedule makers. Okay, the chins reference is mine, not Carucci's.

Y! - Mike Silver wasn't all that excited for the schedule release. He also takes some heat for citing Tulane as Cutler's alma mater. Oops.

SI - Don Banks offers his thoughts on the '09 schedule.

CBS - Pete Prisco finds 10 games he's looking forward to, while Clark Judge lists 10 games he's dreading, including two Broncos games!

FOX - John Czarnecki rates teams for their 2003-2008 draft classes.

SI - Peter King profiled new NFLPA head DeMaurice Smith and answered some emails in his Tuesday column.

NFP - Wes Bunting looks at some late risers for the draft.

NFP - Jack Bechta describes the player agent's role in the draft process.

NFL - Alabama's news-making OT Andre Smith has filed paperwork to fire his agent. So, it was all his fault!

Y! - Former Duke hoopster and star high-school QB Greg Paulus worked out for the Packers last week.

NFP - Matt Bowen measures the Ravens' offseason.

FOX - FOX puts the Dolphins On the Clock.

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