Denver Broncos News: Horse Tracks - 7/5/13

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Broncos WR playing his way to lucrative 2014 deal - SBNation.com
Eric Decker is underpaid, but that may not be the case for long. The Broncos wide receiver, who caught 85 passes a season ago when his salary was $540,000, is playing his way to a lucrative 2014 contract, according to the Denver Post.

Denver Broncos News & Blogs

Holliday, Hester Bring Versatility to Broncos | DenverBroncos.com
Midseason arrivals to the team in 2012, Trindon Holliday and Jacob Hester are versatile playmaking options for the Broncos in 2013.

Q&A With Secondary Coach Cory Undlin | DenverBroncos.com
Secondary Coach Cory Undlin talks about his first year in his current role with the Broncos.

Training Camp Preview: Defensive Backs | DenverBroncos.com
Andrew Mason takes a closer look at the Broncos' cornerbacks and safeties.

Position Preview: Defensive Backs | DenverBroncos.com
View images of the Broncos' defensive backs.

Jon Heath Sports Media: Enter to Win a "Got Wes?" T-Shirt from Bill's Sports Collectibles!
To celebrate, we've teamed up with Bill's Sports Collectibles to giveaway one of their new "Got Wes?" t-shirts! The tee proclaims "We do!" on the back and includes Welker's No. 83 jersey number.

NFL News & Blogs

Can Washington put its stamp on the NFC East? - SBNation.com
The Redskins have more hope going into 2013 than the previous decade combined.

After 68 starts, Mark Sanchez has to stop making rookie mistakes | ProFootballTalk
Counting the playoffs, Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez has 68 career starts in the NFL. And he still makes rookie mistakes. That's the word from Ron Jaworski, the former Eagles quarterback and current ESPN analyst who is breaking down all of the league's starting quarterbacks.

Customer lawsuits against Pilot Flying J up to 18 | ProFootballTalk
It's a holiday week, but the litigation machine never sleeps. Especially when liability is pretty clear. According to Alison Grant of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, two more lawsuits alleging fuel rebate fraud were filed Wednesday against Pilot Flying J, the company run by Browns owner Jimmy Hasla...

Suh on being best tackle combo: Instead of talking about it, be about it | ProFootballTalk
Earlier this offseason, Nick Fairley said that he and Ndamukong Suh give the Lions the best defensive tackle combination in the NFL. The comment elicited a strong reaction among members of PFT Planet and around the league with arguments being made on both side of the coin, but Fairley's partner o...

Boston mayor calls for the community to help solve July 2012 double murder | ProFootballTalk
When the investigation of an 11-month-old double homicide suddenly heated up last week, it appeared that the authorities had tripped into a treasure trove of evidence pointing to Aaron Hernandez. One week later, however, the case appears to be no closer to being cracked.

Okoye, Purcell witnessed Ahmad Brooks’ assault of teammate | ProFootballTalk
For British Olympian Lawrence Okoye, his introduction to American football has included something Okoye likely didn't expect. Per multiple reports, Okoye (pictured) and fellow undrafted rookie Michael Purcell witnessed linebacker Ahmad Brooks repeatedly (allegedly) bash teammate Lamar Divens in t...

The Manning family expands, again | ProFootballTalk
As Peyton Manning tries to match his brother Eli with two Super Bowl rings, Eli has matched Peyton with two offspring. The Giants' official Twitter feed announced on Thursday that Lucy Thomas Manning was born on June 17. Lucy's sister, Ava, was born in 2011.

Steve McNair’s murder happened four years ago today | ProFootballTalk
July 4, 2009. It was a very slow news day, until the middle of the afternoon. That's when reports emerged that former Titans and Ravens quarterback Steve McNair, the 2003 NFL co-MVP with Peyton Manning, had been found dead at the age of 36. McNair was shot, execution style.

Tate wants to stay with Seahawks, thinks they can be "really special" for a long time | ProFootballTalk
Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate didn't repeat his desire to give 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh the "Sean Lee treatment" when asked about the rivalry between the two NFC West teams during a radio interview, but he left no doubt that he thinks the Seahawks don't need to stand down for any team next seas...

Harbaugh has steady hand on unsteady offseason | ProFootballTalk
As impressive as the Ravens’ Super Bowl title was, their consistent success over the span of years is the thing that separates them from others. So it should be no surprise that Ravens coach John Harbaugh is taking a measured, steady approach to dealing with an offseason of change.

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