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Saturday one-liners

Rookie OT Seantrel Henderson has been impressive in Buffalo. Trading up to draft Dion Jordan looks like a mistake for Miami. Patriots RB Shane Vereen may not be a workhorse, but he has an important role to play in New England’s offense. The Jets will have their hands full with the Bears’ receivers. Jeremy Zuttah…

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Joint NFL-NFLPA Statement on Wide-Ranging Changes to Drug Programs

Editor’s note: The following statement was released jointly by the NFL and NFL Players Association on September 19. The NFL and NFL Players Association have reached agreement on a wide-ranging series of improvements to their programs on substance abuse and performance enhancing substances that include the use of third-party arbitration appeals of positive tests, implementation…

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Son of Broncos boss John Elway gets probation for domestic violence

Domestic violence is not a football problem, it is a societal problem. And while the high-profile cases involving players such as Ray Rice and Greg Hardy grab the headlines, the problem runs through every community. Via Jordan Steffen of the Denver Post, the son of Broncos boss John Elway pleaded guilty to the domestic violence…

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Friday morning one-liners

The Bills will be trying to stop a Chargers offense coordinated by one of their playoff heroes. The Dolphins are looking for more from their special teams. WR Danny Amendola hasn’t seen too many passes in the first two Patriots games. Coach Rex Ryan says the Jets won’t wilt on national television. Ravens QB Joe…

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Earl Thomas says his “championship spirit” is back after loss to Chargers

Earl Thomas can’t quite put his finger on why he felt a little off during Sunday’s 30-21 loss to the San Diego Chargers. However, Thomas believes the loss has helped reinvigorate him ahead of this week’s Super Bowl rematch with the Denver Broncos. “I think I definitely got my championship spirit back after that loss;…

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Russell Wilson preparing for a very different Denver D

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson had a big day against the Broncos’ defense in the Super Bowl seven months ago. But he’s not counting on playing so well against the Broncos in Sunday’s Super Bowl rematch. In part because he’s facing a very different Broncos defense. Wilson noted that many of the Broncos’ best defensive players…

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Peyton Manning has found Rocky Mountain high good for business

Peyton Manning the quarterback has fallen into a perfect offense in Denver. And Peyton Manning the owner of a number of Papa John’s franchises has also found purchase in a place where it’s legal to smoke marijuana. While discussing his voting habits and being socially connected during an interview with Peter King of TheMMQB.com, Manning…

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PFT’s Week Three picks

Plenty of people connected to the NFL would prefer that the last week didn’t happen.  I’m part of that group, for entirely different reasons. When it came to predicting the outcomes of games in Week Two, I had the worst showing I’ve ever had, in the time I’ve been picking games at PFT.  As it…

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Broncos fans don’t want Phil Simms doing their games

In the same week that former NFL quarterback Phil Simms made it to the list of 99 players who eventually will become the 2015 Hall of Fame class, far more than 99 people have expressed their desire that the current CBS analyst no longer be assigned to Broncos games. Via the Denver Post, more than…

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Thursday morning one-liners

The Pegula family bid for the Bills was approved by the league’s finance committee. Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill is trying to fix his inaccuracy. Patriots LB Jerod Mayo’s absence was not injury related. Jets CB Antonio Allen, a converted S, has a big challenge on his hands this week. Ravens QB Joe Flacco has a…

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Week Two power rankings

1.  Seattle Seahawks (No. 1 last week; 1-1):  They lost in San Diego.  I guess that means they now suck.  And they’ll suck just enough to win the Super Bowl again. 2. Denver Broncos (No. 2; 2-0):  With the No. 1 team on the docket for Week Three, the opportunity is there to not lose…

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Tuesday morning one-liners

Bills starters like making an impact on special teams. Dolphins offensive coordinator Bill Lazor wants the blame for any offensive struggles. Penalties are a thorn in Patriots coach Bill Belichick’s paw. Timeout snafus aside, Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg pushed a lot of the right buttons in Week Two. The Ravens like using S Matt…

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Monday morning one-liners

Said Bills CB Corey Graham of the atmosphere at Ralph Wilson Stadium during Sunday’s win, “We played for them, and we played with them. It was just an amazing, amazing day. It was beyond what I expected. The fans were so amazing today. I felt the energy the whole day today. It never let up.…

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NFL morning after: A day to enjoy football

I don’t know about you, but I got sick of the NFL last week. Not sick of football, but sick of Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson and Greg Hardy and Roger Goodell and the other people who were detracting from my enjoyment of football. So on Sunday, once the eight early games kicked off, I…

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Broncos jump ahead early, hold on late to beat Chiefs

The Broncos beat the division-rival Chiefs to improve their record to 2-0 today in Denver. But it wasn’t easy. Although Denver took an early lead and appeared ready to cruise against an injury-depleted Kansas City team, it was the Chiefs who stormed back in the second half and drove deep into Denver territory, poised to…

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