I find it pretty interesting when players leave Denver and go elsewhere what they pass on to other teams. I think a lot of this happens that we don't hear about, but sometimes guys will let it be known in the media a little bit. How useful is it? How much can it help another team? What could Pot Roast possibly share with RGIII that will make him not suck?
Other than that, dig into that Offensive Line article from denverbroncos.com. It was definitely good reading.
Pot Roast believes in RGIII | ProFootballTalk
Last year during joint practices in training camp, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady declined a request from Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III to share some pointers. This year, Griffin will get some pointers from Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning. Indirectly.
Training Camp Preview: Offensive Line
No position group has more questions, but the Broncos hope their potential answers pay short- and long-term dividends.
Seahawks, Russell Wilson moving toward deadline | ProFootballTalk
With six days to go until the artificial (but very real) deadline for pulling the plug on contract talks between the Seahawks and quarterback Russell Wilson, it's still unclear whether a deal will get done. The two sides have opted for silence regarding any discussions that are occurring.
Stephen Jones says NFL still has "some work to do" on catch rule | ProFootballTalk
Cowboys COO Stephen Jones recently admitted that the no-catch call in the divisional-round playoff game against the Packers was correct. But Jones knows the NFL still has more to do to get it right.
Le'Veon Bell of Pittsburgh Steelers wants suspension reduction, unsure how appeal will be handled
Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell wants his three-game marijuana suspension reduced but says he has no idea how the league will handle his appeal, or if it's even up for evaluation.
Ricardo Lockette 'can't watch' Butler interception - NFL.com
Ricardo Lockette was involved in one of the most famous plays in NFL history. That's not a good thing in his case. The Seahawks wideout gets honest in an essay about Super Bowl XLIX.
Adrian Peterson greeted with cheers at camp arrival - NFL.com
Adrian Peterson arrived at Minnesota State University on Saturday for the start of Vikings training camp. It didn't take long to know Vikings fans remained in support of their star running back.