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Denver Broncos News: Horse Tracks - 6/23/13

Von Miller will be among the favorites to vie for the first annual Deacon Jones Award for the NFL's Sack King. What a great way to honor one of the leagues all-time great players in Deacon Jones.

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NFL to create Deacon Jones Award for annual sacks leader -
Commissioner Roger Goodell has created a way to honor the player that coined the term "sack."

Denver Broncos News & Blogs

Football game for Dare to Play athletes fun for all involved |
Denver Broncos Cheerleaders and former Bronco Ed McCaffrey took part in the Dare to Cheer and Dare to Play camps.

Broncos' G Ben Garland Speaks About CO Wildfires - Predominantly Orange
Many parts of Colorado are currently engulfed in flames. Wildfires sparked by lightning have forced approximately 600 residents of South Fork to evacuate due to the two nearby fires in Rio Grande County.

NFL News & Blogs

Theismann defends the Redskins name | ProFootballTalk
The controversy over the name of his football team is giving owner Daniel Snyder fits. Enter Joe Theisman. Via, Thiesmann recently told the Argus (S.D.) Leader that he has no problems with the Redskins name.

Luke Joeckel, No. 2 overall pick, agrees to 4-year contract with Jaguars -
The Jacksonville Jaguars reached a deal with first-round selection Luke Joeckel on Saturday, with the team announcing on Twitter that the No. 2 overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft had agreed to a four-year contract.

All eyes on Chip Kelly's offense -
The transition to Kelly's offense will be a experiment that has long-term effects on the NFL.

Buccaneers sued over junk faxes -
NFL teams continue to stumble over the noble fax machine. This time the Buccaneers are in trouble for some unwanted ticket ads.

Saints' defense different from a cultural standpoint, says Malcolm Jenkins -
With Sean Payton back on the sideline, the vibe in New Orleans is different this season.

Cardinals surprised Ryan Swope had to miss practice due to prior concussion -
Arizona Cardinals rookie wide receiver Ryan Swope hasn't received medical clearance for the concussion he suffered in college.

Aaron Hernandez; The End Is Nigh

Innocent until proven guilty? | National Football Post
The presumption of innocence is a legal right in this country afforded to the accused in a criminal trial. In essence, you are innocent until proven guilty. The burden of proof in such proceedings falls on the prosecution to compel the judge or jury that the accused is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt of the crime or crimes for which he or she is standing trial.

Aaron Hernandez's house searched by Massachusetts police -
Massachusetts state police arrived at New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez's North Attleboro home Saturday afternoon likely in connection to the Odin Lloyd homicide investigation.

Police complete another search of TE's house -
Police searched Aaron Hernandez's house again on Saturday, leaving with roughly 10 evidence bags.

Police leave home of New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez - ESPN New York
State police officers and dogs searched the home of New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez for more than 3½ hours on Saturday as they continue to investigate the killing of a semi-pro football player whose body was found about a mile away.