Broncos' Tebow has "good relationship" with Jets' Sanchez - The Denver Post
A different decision here, a change in judgment there, and the intersecting lives of Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow might have been completely altered.
Kiszla: It's time to deal with agents' money mess - The Denver Post
Never let them see you cry, even if you're bleeding money. This code of silence is costing NFL players. Big time. They too often suffer financial pain quietly, while getting beat up by unscrupulous agents or shady advisers.
Woody's Mailbag: I give the Broncos a "huncher's" chance against Jets - The Denver Post
Woody: Before the season, in your column predicting the Broncos' 2010 results, you wrote that you thought Denver would upset the New York Jets (17-13). Now that the season is five weeks old, and with the Jets flying into town this week, do you still agree with that assessment? You're definitely on a roll. You have only missed one game so far (Titans 21, Broncos 20). I hope your streak continues on Sunday, and I pray that you're wrong in the upcoming games where you predict a Broncos loss!
Broncos won't cry about injury woes - The Denver Post
With the trainer's room bursting at the seams from players getting treatment, Broncos coach Josh McDaniels sent a message to his team Wednesday.
Analysis: Jets have just the weapon to hurt a short-handed defense - The Denver Post
Chart the New York Jets' passing attack from their first five games of the season and it's easy to see why tight end Dustin Keller will have a big role Sunday against the Broncos at Invesco Field at Mile High.
Q&A: Broncos weighed decisions on cornerbacks Bailey, Smith - The Denver Post
Q: Alphonso Smith is starting to look like a steal for Detroit. Wouldn't it have been prudent for the Broncos to pull Champ Bailey's contract offer before Brian Xanders and Josh McDaniels decided that Smith was expendable? Surely the likelihood of losing Bailey would have played into that calculation.
Streaking Jets have Broncos' McDaniels prepping for challenge - The Denver Post
Josh McDaniels had nothing but positive things to say Wednesday about the New York Jets as the Broncos begin their on-field preparations for Sunday's game at Invesco Field at Mile High.
NFL Game Center: New York Jets at Denver Broncos - 2010 Week 6
The Broncos' high-flying offense gets a dose of a blue-collar, uber-physical defense for a second straight week. Not a good matchup for them.
Merriman's Chargers days appear over - The Denver Post
tside linebacker Shawne Merriman, once one of the most-feared players in the NFL, was placed on the injured reserve list Wednesday with a calf injury and a "minor-injury designation."
Ryan will make call on if Revis plays for Jets - The Denver Post
Rex Ryan will decide whether Darrelle Revis will play in the New York Jets' next game at Denver, after the coach allowed the star cornerback to make that call Monday night.
How I See It: AFC West Stock Watch - AFC West Blog - ESPN
FALLING 1. Steve Crosby, special teams coach, San Diego Chargers: San Diego head coach Norv Turner has said Crosby will not be fired because of his unit's follies and the issues may not all be Crosby's fault, but the truth is, his unit is killing the Chargers. Despite the fact that San Diego is the No. 1-ranked offense and No. 2-ranked defense in the NFL, it is 2-3. The reason: San Diego has allowed 30 points on special teams in three losses. It's getting ridiculous, especially after Sunday's performance in which Oakland scored nine points on two blocked punts in the first five minutes of the game.
Brett Favre would consider sitting if elbow worsens - ESPN
With the NFL investigating whether he sent lewd photos of himself to a Jets game hostess while he played for New York in 2008, Favre said Wednesday that his cherished, league-record streak of 289 straight starts could be in danger if the pain in his right elbow gets any worse.
Ben Roethlisberger 'anxious, excited' for 2010 debut - ESPN
Coming off a four-game suspension for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger says he has a mix of emotions heading into Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns.
Michael Vick not yet ruled out by Philadelphia Eagles for Week 6 - ESPN
Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid has not ruled out quarterback Michael Vick for Sunday's game against his old team the Atlanta Falcons.
New York Jets' Santonio Holmes denies taking agent money at Ohio State - ESPN New York
Santonio Holmes didn't play the no comment card when asked about a recent Sports Illustrated article that contends he admitted to taking money from an agent while in college.
Chad Ochocinco hopes trash talk can improve his play - ESPN
Carson Palmer thinks the Bengals need to work harder at eliminating penalties. Offensive lineman Bobbie Williams thinks they need to focus on converting short-yardage plays to get their stuck-in-a-rut offense moving.
Chicago Bears will start Jay Cutler at quarterback - ESPN Chicago
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler practiced Wednesday and he expects to start Sunday after missing a week with a concussion.
NFL.com news: Onside kick to open a game is rare, risky but can have payoff
On Sunday, during the first wave of games, we saw two different teams begin with an onside kick, almost at the same exact time. Since last season's Super Bowl when the Saints opened up the second half with one, the onside kick has been back en vogue, as teams are always looking for a way to steal a possession.
NFL.com news: New-look Patriots offense moving on without Moss, Brady says
Tom Brady isn't sure how the New England Patriots' offense will change or opposing defenses will play now that Randy Moss is gone.
NFL.com news: Jets stay true to philosophy on Favre pick to seal win
It was not a good week for Brett Favre. Let's just leave it at that.
NFL.com news: Browns rookie QB McCoy excited to play, even vs. Steelers
Wearing a white University of Texas baseball cap backwards and a laminated wristband full of offensive plays, quarterback Colt McCoy was engulfed by a huge wave of cameras and reporters in the middle of the Cleveland Browns' locker room.
Reports indicate Cutler coming back from his 5th concussion | National Football Post
Jay Cutler said Wednesday afternoon that Hunter Hillenmeyer, a teammate at Vanderbilt and with the Chicago Bears, reached out to him after he suffered a concussion 10 days ago in a loss at New Meadowlands Stadium.
Banged-up Browns are hurting | National Football Post
Eleven players didn't practice today for the Cleveland Browns, including quarterbacks Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace and starting running back Peyton Hillis.
Ravens say they won't hesitate to hit Tom Brady | National Football Post
The Baltimore Ravens’ locker room was an angry place following their loss last October to the New England Patriots.
Bears move former 1st-round pick Chris Williams to guard | National Football Post
The Chicago Bears will roll out their fourth combination on the offensive line in six weeks Sunday when they host the Seattle Seahawks.
Albert Haynesworth will rejoin Redskins on Thursday - NFL - SI.com
Albert Haynesworth will rejoin the Washington Redskins for practice on Thursday following the death of his half brother.
San Francisco 49ers need to cut losses on Alex Smith - Ann Killion - SI.com
The San Francisco 49ers would never, ever stoop to taking advice from their cross-Bay rivals, the Oakland Raiders.
Saints lacking swagger, red-zone efficiency - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
Standing at his University of Phoenix stadium locker long after Sunday’s 30-20 upset of the Saints, Cardinals safety Kerry Rhodes(notes) was talking about the "complete game" his team had played for the first time in 2010.
Agreement allows holdouts to report later - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
The NFL and the NFL Players Association have reached an agreement that keeps unsigned restricted free agent players Vincent Jackson(notes) and Logan Mankins(notes) from being forced to report to their teams by next Tuesday. Rather, both will be able to report later in the season in order to get six accrued games this season in order to ensure that they will be unrestricted free agents in the 2011 offseason.
NFL owners, players digging in as work stoppage looms - NFL News - FOX Sports on MSN
Blame the non-football vernacular on the league and its players union for being unable to reach a new collective bargaining agreement. And while not yet overshadowing the on-field product, the public propagation of such terms will only increase as both sides inch closer to a March work stoppage.