NFL Lockout Meetings Produce Hope, Possible Agreement Draft - SB Nation Seattle
After a marathon day of NFL lockout meetings on Thursday and another short meeting on Friday, the players and owners may have finally come to some kind of agreement, though it's tough to tell whether the end is near. The lockout talks hit a snag earlier this week when revenue sharing proposals rubbed the players the wrong way, according to a report on Thursday. But the two sides kept at it, meeting well into the night on Thursday during a day of meetings that totaled 15 hours.
David Climer: NFL lockout should close door on Roger Goodell's doghouse | The Tennessean
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says he’s keeping an eye on player conduct, even if he can’t do anything about it now. He shouldn’t be able to do anything about it later, either.
Can The Denver Broncos Solve Their Roster Issues After Lockout? - SB Nation Denver
When they drafted linebacker Von Miller with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos left a huge hole in their defensive line. Can they fix that once league business picks up? That's what Gregg Rosenthal of Pro Football Talk leads off with in his checklist for moves the Broncos need to cover after a new CBA is agreed upon. He goes on to make seven on-field issues and one off-field issue.
Broncos War Room - Mocking The Draft
Mocking the Draft wants to introduce you to an new article series taking a closer look at each team's draft workings. The WarRoom articles will give you a glimpse at the recent draft history and the decision-making structure of each NFL team. We will also include our thoughts about the structure and draft history.
Kiszla: Snap out of it, Denver - The Denver Post
How did the greatest sports city in America develop such a losing attitude? Theres a crisis of confidence in Denver. Have fans stopped believing in the ability of the Broncos, Rockies, Avalanche or Nuggets to win it all? Heck, the pro teams in town have started doubting themselves.
What does Derrick Harvey's future hold? - Big Cat Country
It's hard to believe the Jaguars can continue to be patient with a player that has one of the biggest contracts on the team and is due just under $3 million in 2011. Is that salary worth paying to a player that seems like a longshot to start along the defensive line next season? Most logic would tell you that it isn't.