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Emmanuel Sanders replaces Amari Cooper in Pro Bowl

The Broncos offense will be represented at the Pro Bowl. Denver already had four defensive players set to play in the game and announced on Wednesday that wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders will be joining them in Orlando. He replaces Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper. Sanders finished the year with 79 catches, 1,032 yards and five…

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Vance Joseph: I knew I’d take Denver job over other opportunities

New Broncos head coach Vance Joseph was a candidate for four of the six head-coaching vacancies in the NFL this offseason, but the job he got was always his top choice. Joseph said this morning on PFT Live that after interviewing with the Broncos, he had planned to interview with the Chargers, Rams and 49ers…

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Wednesday morning one-liners

Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia’s defense can make a statement by shutting down Ben Roethlisberger on Sunday. Bills S Corey Graham signed because he wanted to get Buffalo to the playoffs, and he realizes he’s running out of time to make that happen. Here’s a look at the CFL player trying to make the Dolphins.…

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Report: Brock Olivo also a candidate for Denver special teams job

The Broncos plan to interview Brock Olivo for their vacant special teams coach position, Mike Klis of News9 in Denver reported Tuesday. A special teams standout during his four-year playing career with the Lions from 1998-2001, Olivo has spent the last three seasons as assistant special teams coach with the Chiefs and has worked under…

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Darian Stewart will go to the Pro Bowl

The Broncos secondary will be well represented at the Pro Bowl in Orlando. The Broncos announced on Tuesday that safety Darian Stewart has been named to the game as a replacement for Chiefs safety Eric Berry. Stewart will join cornerbacks Aqib Talib and Chris Harris on the AFC roster, leaving safety T.J. Ward as the…

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Tuesday morning one-liners

Blocking for RB LeSean McCoy led to some handsome rewards for Bills blockers. A look at where Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill stands after the 2016 season. The Patriots defense will be working to come up with a plan to slow Le’Veon Bell. Re-signing G Brian Winters is the first of many decisions the Jets have…

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Broncos interviewing special teams coaches

The Broncos interviewed Bears assistant special teams coach Richard Hightower for the team’s special teams coach position on Monday, Mike Klis of News9 in Denver reported. Klis reported that Greg McMahon, former Saints special teams coach, will interview for the job on Tuesday. McMahon was fired by the Saints earlier this month after nine years…

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Monday morning one-liners

Working for the Bills brings defensive line coach Mike Waufle back to his home state. A vote for Dolphins G Laremy Tunsil as the AFC East’s best rookie. The Patriots made heavy use of WR Julian Edelman against the Texans. Is LB Nick Perry a free agent option for the Jets? Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti…

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2003 sexual assault allegations against Vance Joseph resurface

New Broncos head coach Vance Joseph was accused of sexually assaulting two women at the University of Colorado in 2003, allegations that resurfaced after he was hired in Denver last week. Joseph was not arrested or charged, but the Boulder Daily Camera reported this weekend that the a woman talked to police about the incident…

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Joe Woods will be Vance Joseph’s defensive coordinator

The Broncos will move a member of Wade Phillips’ defensive coaching staff up to defensive coordinator to fill the vacancy created when Phillips opted to move on to a job with the Rams. Nicki Jhabvala of the Denver Post had the first report that Joe Woods will get bumped up the ladder after spending the last…

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Sunday morning one-liners

Breaking down where the Bills defense fell short under Rex Ryan. A final report card for the Dolphins. RB Dion Lewis did a little of everything for the Patriots on Saturday night. Which rookie did the most for the Jets in 2016? The Ravens are working on their offseason plans this weekend. Discussing some draft…

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Broncos hire Jeff Davidson as OL coach, hold onto Eric Studesville

The offensive coaching staff under new Broncos head coach Vance Joseph is continuing to come together. The Broncos hired Mike McCoy as offensive coordinator and his offensive line coach when he was the head coach of the Chargers will be coming to Denver as well. The team announced Saturday that they have hired Jeff Davidson…

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Chargers name Anthony Lynn head coach

The Chargers officially have a new home. And, officially, a new coach. The latest arrival in Los Angeles has named Anthony Lynn the successor to Mike McCoy, and also the 16th coach in franchise history. “One thing that’s very clear about Anthony Lynn is he’s a leader,” Chargers president of football operations John Spanos said…

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Report: McCoy will be Broncos’ coordinator, Musgrave to coach QBs

New Broncos head coach Vance Joseph will hire Mike McCoy as his offensive coordinator and Bill Musgrave as his quarterbacks coach, Mike Klis of News9 in Denver reported Friday. The Broncos-McCoy reunion was previously reported. Musgrave’s contract as Raiders offensive coordinator just expired, and he also reportedly was a candidate for the coordinator’s job in…

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Broncos wide receivers coach turns down Titans to stay

New Broncos coach Vance Joseph has his first win over a conference opponent. According to Cameron Wolfe of the Denver Post, Broncos wide receivers coach Tyke Tolbert has turned down an offer from the Titans to stay put. Tolbert has been with the Broncos since 2011, and has enjoyed five straight seasons with a pair…

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