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Denver Broncos News: Horse Tracks - 4/8/13

The more one analyzes the roster of the Broncos, the more you come to realize that MLB and DE are the teams two biggest question marks. One article covered how easily opposing tight ends shredded the Broncos secondary during the season, so a coverage MLB would certainly be helpful. Manti Te'o anyone?

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Broncos defense still searching for answers in NFL Draft - The Denver Post
As the Broncos continue to grind through the NFL Draft meetings as the selection weekend approaches, they have largely done what work in free agency they're going to do until they see how their draft class shakes out.

Grading the Denver Broncos' Off-season Moves - Yahoo! Sports
The free-agent market has been open for a month now, and the goods have been pretty much picked over. As a result, NFL franchises and their fans have shifted their focus to the upcoming draft, which will be upon us in a little more than 2 weeks.

When will Manti Te'o be drafted? - NFL Videos
Former NFL scout Daniel Jeremiah tells us how long he believes Manti Te'o will have to wait on draft day to hear his name called by the commissioner.

Denver Broncos Blogs

Players Who Got Away in the Draft "
Every team has a list of players they passed on in the draft who went on to be big stars elsewhere, so no one team can moan about players whom they did not choose.

Montee Ball: Denver Broncos Draft Radar?
The Denver Broncos have addressed a lot of their immediate needs through free agency, but there is one that still must be tended to. It’s true they need a defensive end and help at other positions, but they definitely need a running back.

Black Hills Fox - Former Denver Broncos raise money for a good cause
The folks at Scheels in Rapid City say they lucked out when several former Denver Broncos football players agreed to appear at the sporting goods store for a meet and greet with the public.

AFC West Division News

Grading Raiders 2013 off-season moves: Specialists - Silver And Black Pride
The offense and defense has been graded so it is time to give the moves on Special Teams its grade.

Some think Rivers is down to his last chance in San Diego | ProFootballTalk
Every new G.M. wants his own coach. And every new coach wants his own quarterback. There's an asterisk that applies to that school of thought. If the quarterback that a new coach has inherited lands on the short list of NFL franchise quarterbacks, the new coach has no issue with the status qu...

NFL News

FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: State of the Team: Cincinnati Bengals
The Bengals run a pretty conventional offense that, aside from A.J. Green, features pretty conventional players. With somewhat limited resources, Jay Gruden must deliberately manufacture yardage: he must constantly try to overwhelm a defense with things like formation wrinkles, rolled pockets, misdirection and other deception-based concepts.

Unitas family upset about Flacco as Johnny U. in movie | National Football Post
The family of legendary Baltimore Colts quarterback Johnny Unitas is not happy with the casting of current Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco as Johnny U. in a forthcoming movie.

NFL Free Agency News

Vikings know they need a middle linebacker | ProFootballTalk
The Vikings lost middle linebacker Jasper Brinkley in free agency. They’ve yet to replace him. And they realize they need to.

2013 NFL Draft News

Air Force duo tries to keep NFL dreams alive years after college careers ended | Dr. Saturday - Yahoo! Sports
Last month, two Air Force officers drove through a snowstorm in Boston, looking for any indoor field so they could have a football workout after a long day of serving their country.

2013 NFL Draft: Chicago Bears Updated Team Needs |
The Chicago Bears didn’t do too much to bolster their roster on the open market, but the club looks to be slightly better off—if anything—after almost four weeks of 2013 NFL Free Agency.

Draft Grader: Indianapolis Colts |
While no longer with the team, you can’t deny he was tremendous value in the sixth round of the 2008 draft. His return of 2,519 receiving yards and 16 touchdowns over four years of regular season action showed what a reliable target he was, with his ability after the catch impressive.

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