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Horse Tracks - 4/2/10


Hoping to Seize the Opportunity -
Competition. It's a buzz word for every NFL team this time of year, and the feeling around Dove Valley is no different.

VIDEO - Offseason Workouts - Andre Goodman --
Cornerback Andre' Goodman talks about beginning the offseason program and his new defensive teammates.

VIDEO - Offseason Workouts - Correll Buchhalter --
Running back Correll Buckhalter talks about beginning the offseason workout program.

Elam was all class, at a Hall of Fame level -
This is my 36th year working for a team, my 33rd with the Denver Broncos, and one of the most frequently asked questions of me has to do with what the players are really like, who are the nicest guys, the most professional, and the best with whom to work.

Recent signings please Goodman - The Denver Post
There has been little change to the Broncos' secondary this offseason, but the way starting right cornerback Andre Goodman sees it, the team has made moves to make sure the pass coverage is improved in 2010.

Woody's Mailbag: Are the Broncos constructed for Super Bowls? - The Denver Post
Denver Post sports columnist Woody Paige posts Woody's Mailbag on Thursdays.

USC's Taylor Mays faces serious questions for NFL draft - The Denver Post
NFL teams have spent months measuring whatever they can measure on this year's draft hopefuls.

NFL Hearsay: Early April Draft buzz - NFL News - FOX Sports on MSN
If the Rams commit to Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford as their No. 1 pick in this year's draft, a deal for Brandon Marshall could soon be in the works. A source close to the Rams told me that the team still has strong interest in the Broncos wide receiver. And that interest may spiral up in the coming weeks if the team is serious about making Bradford their franchise quarterback.

Should the 'Skins make a move for Bradford? | National Football Post
Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan wants a franchise quarterback in Washington. We know that. The ‘Skins have already met with Tim Tebow, are scheduled to work out Irish QB Jimmy Clausen and — like the rest of the league — came away from the Sam Bradford workout impressed.

Wide receiver fight night | National Football Post
Competition level, production, postseason workouts and character concerns all seem to play a major role every year when evaluating prospects for the NFL Draft. Today, the National Football Post takes a look at two of the nation’s top wide receivers – Oklahoma State’s Dez Bryant and Illinois’ Arrelious Benn -- and breaks them down to determine their potential at the next level.

Source: Devin McCourty visits Chargers | National Football Post
Rutgers cornerback Devin McCourty wraps up his visit with the San Diego Chargers today, according to an NFL source with knowledge of the situation.

Brandon Ghee, Eric Norwood visit Steelers | National Football Post
Wake Forest cornerback Brandon Ghee and South Carolina linebacker Eric Norwood visited the Pittsburgh Steelers today, the team announced.

Jets punter has heart procedure | National Football Post
New York Jets punter Steve Weatherford underwent a heart procedure last week to combat the irregular heartbeat that sidelined him for a playoff game last season.

Urlacher on release of Brown: "God, that sucks" | National Football Post
When asked this morning what kind of reaction he had gotten from his teammates who learned a week ago the Chicago Bears would be dumping Alex Brown, he said he didn’t want to get anyone in trouble.

Johnson says he and Portis will complement one another | National Football Post
Larry Johnson has brought the mentality of a starter to the Washington Redskins and says he’ll see how things shake out after the club made the somewhat odd decision to back up an aging Clinton Portis with another back whose best days are behind him.

Sims makes it easier for Seahawks to trade him | National Football Post
Rob Sims didn’t force the hand of the Seattle Seahawks, but he did make it easier for the team to trade the veteran guard.

Shawne Merriman: | National Football Post
San Diego Chargers star ouside linebacker Shawne Merriman is one of the more flamboyant, exuberant and intimidating football players in the league.

Chris Johnson not attending voluntary workouts | National Football Post
Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson had previously signaled that he wasn't going to participate in the team's voluntary offseason conditioning program.

Browns react to Shaun Rogers' arrest on gun charges | National Football Post
"We are aware of what transpired with Shaun Rogers," team president Mike Holmgren said ."We will continue to gather additional information, and until the legal process has taken its course, we will reserve any further comment."

Roethlisberger investigation nearly complete | National Football Post
Pittsburgh Steelers star quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will soon learn if he's going to be charged with a crime.

New Jet L.T. eager to prove Chargers, not age, to blame for drop-off
LaDainian Tomlinson says people shouldn't believe everything they see on film when it comes to his last few seasons in San Diego.

Bradford: ‘I’m going to play for whoever drafts me’
Rumors are called rumors for a reason. We can take them with a grain, or maybe two, of salt. Throw in some skepticism, too.

Stallworth shows contrition in discussing DUI manslaughter incident
Donte' Stallworth's daily struggle for peace continues, a process of reflection and introspection that will run the course of his life.

Mock draft 4.0: Could the Broncos have their eyes on Bryant?
11. Denver Broncos Dez Bryant, WR, Oklahoma State The Broncos' decision to select Bryant would surprise some, but Josh McDaniels witnessed the impact of Randy Moss during his time in New England. Although Bryant carries some baggage, his talent will be a boon to the Broncos offense and give the team options for dealing with Brandon Marshall. (Previous pick: Rolando McClain)

Some Eagles fans just don't understand the greatness of McNabb
In the next few weeks, the Donovan McNabb era in Philadelphia just might come to an end. For many Philadelphians it's several years too late. And that's something I'll never quite understand.

44-year-old punter Jeff Feagles re-signs with New York Giants - ESPN New York
The New York Giants re-signed the 44-year-old punter for his 23rd year in the league and eighth with New York.

New York Giants' Eli Manning stunned Donovan McNabb could be dealt - ESPN New York
They are the faces of their respective franchises, so it surprises Giants quarterback Eli Manning that the NFC East rival Eagles are peddling Donovan McNabb.