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Horse Tracks 4/12/09

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DP - Klis offers a comparison between Orton and Simms. We probably won't be reading too many of those this year...

DP - Klis thinks the lack of a suspension announcement thusfar for Brandon Marshall is a good sign. He also speculates about trading up to #8 and compares McDaniels to Red Sox GM Theo Epstein.

DST - Ray Buck has more on the contractual issue that prevented Dan Reeves from working for the Cowboys.

DST - Texas Tech DE Brandon Williams will visit the Broncos on Wednesday (scroll down).

JS - Al Wilson will be inducted to the Jackson-Madison County Sports Hall of Fame on Thursday.

IS - Mike Chappell looks at the Colts' relative inactivity as compared with the busy offseasons of the Broncos and Pats.

SFE - Former Broncos owner Edgar Kaiser Jr. is doing some amazing work to help those who suffer from mental illness and substance abuse.

KCS - The Chefs have signed veteran linebacker Zach Thomas.

KCS - Jason Whitlock believes the Chefs should keep Brian Waters and get rid of Larry Johnson, their two openly disgruntled players.

SFG - Newly-acquired Raiders tackle Khalif Barnes answers a few questions.

SFE - Glenn Dickey actually thinks the Raiders will win the West.

NFL - Bills LB Donte Whitner was arrested in Cleveland after fight outside a nightclub.

FOX - The NFL invited nine players to attend the draft.

NFP - Mike Lombardi offers up a Sunday column. He's heard that the Browns have an offer on the table of a first-rounder for Brady Quinn.

NFP - NFP's "Mystery College Student" writer presents the pros and cons of Georgia QB Matthew Stafford.

NFP - From the other day, Andrew Brandt compares the payroll situations of the NFL and MLB.

Scout - Ed Thompson looks at Missouri tight end Chase Coffman, Cal linebacker Zack Follett and USC wide receiver Patrick Turner.

KCS - The Star foresees Denver picking Tyson Jackson and Josh Freeman in their mock draft.