Broncos' rookie Quinn held in jail overnight(Full Story) - Mike Klis(DP)
Broncos rookie tight end Richard Quinn was held in jail overnight after an argument with his girlfriend resulted in an obstruction of telephone service harassment charge.
Attorney says Quinn did nothing wrong - Mike Klis(DP)
""This was an unfortunate personal situation," said Peter Schaffer, Quinn’s attorney and agent. ""However, I’m very proud the way Richard handled this delicate situation by defusing what otherwise could have been a potentially dangerous situation."
Marshall back, so Jackson loses spot on roster - Lindsay Jones(DP)
Even for a pass-happy offense, seven wide receivers were a bit much for a 53-man roster.
Simms a better choice at Cincy - Mark Kiszla(DP)
You think the Broncos have dealt with too much melodrama at quarterback? It has only just begun
Do you think Brian Griese or Jake Plummer could come back to Denver? ---Steven, Salt Lake City (With questions like this, you know it is another solid mailbag!)
Goodman never comfy at corner - Jeff Legwold(DP)
It's a wired world, a tweet-filled place overflowing with Facebook friends and infinite MySpace spaces, it seems. Andre Goodman knows this, for he spends his days surrounded by the young(er) and restless texters, thumb typing almost as much as they speak. And he's OK with that. Just don't ask him to log in.
Broncos rookies still absorbing steep learning curve - FrankSchwab(CSG)
When Robert Ayers was selected 18th by the Denver Broncos, it seemed likely that he’d start as a rookie.