Good Morning, Broncos Country! The trial of Wille Clark, the man police believe pulled the trigger the night Darrent Williams was killed, entered its second week yesterday with the prosecution's key witness taking the stand. Daniel 'Ponytail' Harris was with Clark the night of the murder and says he saw Clark pull the trigger of the gun that fired multiple bullets into the stretch limo carrying Williams, Javon Walker and others. It is this testimony of a man already in prison on drug charges, that will likely be the key to the case.
Floyd Little: Legend Rediscovered | NFL - The News Tribune
Most of the honorees express varying degrees of elation, gratitude and humility. Many break down with emotion. Floyd Little’s feelings on getting his call to join the Pro Football Hall of Fame were more complex, and not entirely joyous.
Wilson: Broncos expected to re-sign Hochstein | National Football Post
Even though veteran offensive guard Russ Hochstein tore up his knee at the end of last season, he remains in the Denver Broncos' plans.
Everybody’s All-American " DenverBroncos.com
One of the current movies generating a lot of Oscar buzz is "The Blind Side," with Sandra Bullock deservedly receiving an Academy Award nomination for her portrayal of the mother in this film about a young man who overcomes the worst of circumstances to achieve football and lifetime success.
Drug dealer testifies Clark was lone shooter in Darrent Williams' death - The Denver Post
A prolific and admitted crack-cocaine dealer now in the federal witness protection program told a Denver jury Monday that he saw Willie D. Clark shoot at a limousine carrying Denver Broncos cornerback Darrent Williams.
Witness says he saw Clark shoot - The Denver Post
Willie D. Clark, 26, is on trial in the death of Broncos cornerback Darrent Williams early New Year's Day 2007. Williams was riding in a stretch Hummer limousine near 11th Avenue and Speer Boulevard when a single bullet struck him in the neck.
Denver's best sports venue? It's Coors - The Denver Post
The other day, a bunch of us sports guys were whining, as sports guys often do. We were lamenting what an ugly, gray winter it's been. Mercifully, talk soon turned to baseball, green grass and summer nights at Coors Field.
NFL hopeful says Broncos’ Royal "toughest" he ever faced | All Things Broncos
Broncos coach Josh McDaniels has said he’d like to figure out more ways to get wide receiver Eddie Royal the ball in the 2010 season.
What is Peppers worth as a free agent? | National Football Post
NFL free agency begins Friday with the start of the new league year. Given the virtual certainty of an uncapped 2010, teams are entering unchartered territory in the way they do business. This week, we’ll take a look at free agents who may or may not benefit from this new era of free agency. Today: Julius Peppers.
Will Steelers' Clark generate interest in FA? | National Football Post
It looks like there will be another safety to hit the open market come this Friday when free agency opens in the NFL.
Wilson: Jets' players unhappy about Thomas Jones decision | National Football Post
The New York Jets' decision to cut veteran running back Thomas Jones on Friday has caused some backlash in the locker room.
Owners say weather is biggest obstacle in hosting NY Super Bowl | National Football Post
In 2012, the city of Indianapolis—which isn’t exactly known for its tropical climate—will join Minneapolis and Detroit as the only cold-weather cities to host a Super Bowl.
Wilson: FAMU sleeper LeRoy Vann getting looks from NFL | National Football Post
Instinctive, elusive Florida A&M All-American kicker returner LeRoy Vann wasn't invited to the NFL scouting combine.
Wilson: Chaney, Weatherspoon, Watson excel in drills | National Football Post
Athleticism was on display Monday at the NFL scouting combine, particularly when the linebackers hit the field at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Wilson: Rolando McClain nursing sore hamstring | National Football Post
Top-ranked Alabama inside linebacker Rolando McClain is sitting out of the drills at the NFL scouting combine due to a hamstring injury.
Wilson: Ochocinco is going to be "Dancing with the Stars" | National Football Post
We're about to find out if Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco has any fancy steps.
Combine’s weekend sliders | National Football Post
This morning, the National Football Post looked at the players who performed well this weekend at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. Here’s a breakdown of prospects who didn’t put up the numbers and/or performances needed to impress.
Bears release veteran tackle Pace after only one year with team
The Chicago Bears released tackle Orlando Pace after one season in which the 34-year-old played little like the All-Pro he once was with St. Louis.
Lions unlikely to trade for Cromartie - NFL.com
The Lions had spoken with the Chargers over the weekend about a possible trade for former first-round pick Antonio Cromartie. But, despite needing help in its secondary, Detroit is unlikely to consummate a deal when the league year begins March 5.
Michigan DE Graham suffers hamstring injury in 40 - NFL.com
Michigan DE Brandon Graham tweaked his hamstring during his second 40-yard dash and will sit out the rest of Monday’s drills at the NFL Scouting Combine.
Changes in game have teams in search of DBs who can tackle
The constant evolution -- or recycling -- of the NFL has generated an updated (or recycled) element into gauging the defensive back prospects for this year's draft. As well as wanting players with coverage ability and ball skills, coaches and personnel evaluators are also emphasizing open-field tackling. This goes for cornerbacks as well as safeties.
Four good options in search for the next great safety
The NFL is a game based on trends and the 86 pass plays called in Super Bowl XLIV between the Colts and the Saints strongly suggest more teams will take to the air in an attempt to reach the Super Bowl. Which, in turn, means that defenses must plan accordingly.