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  • Players who need to finally show their worth in 2015

    Alshon Jeffery proved himself last year as a prime target in Chicago. Everson Griffen showed his stuff as a sackmaster in Minnesota. Both moved from the "show us what you've got" category to Pro Bowl consideration. Here's a road map to players who need to make the same kind of on-field statements this year — an All-Prove It Team, if you will...

  • Jake Long to visit Denver Broncos on Thursday

    ENGLEWOOD — The Denver Broncos want to see if former No. 1 draft pick Jake Long is healthy enough to bolster their offensive line to protect 39-year-old Peyton Manning. Long is scheduled to visit the Broncos on Thursday. He's also visited with the Giants and Falcons this week. The first overall pick by Miami in 2008 and a four-time Pro...

  • Jake Long to visit Denver Broncos on Thursday

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — The Denver Broncos want to see if former No. 1 draft pick Jake Long is healthy enough to bolster their offensive line to protect 39-year-old Peyton Manning. Long is scheduled to visit the Broncos on Thursday. He's also visited with the Giants and Falcons this week. The first overall pick by Miami in 2008 and a...

  • Falcons add depth for camp by signing DeMarcus Love

    FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) — The Atlanta Falcons have made a move to bolster their offensive line depth before the start of training camp by signing tackle DeMarcus Love. Love, a native of Lancaster, Texas, was a sixth-round pick by Minnesota in the 2011 draft. He has not appeared in an NFL game. He finished last season on Denver's practice...

  • Klee blog: Legacy, schmegacy: Tom Brady just fine, unless….

    The whole legacy argument is a bit silly. OK, more than a bit silly. It's really silly. The idea Peyton Manning throws for 290 yards and three touchdowns in single-digit temperatures — and his legacy tumbles because a Hail Mary sails over the Broncos defense? Silly. Tom Brady's football legacy, at least how I'll...

  • New offense, new coach, same goal for Peyton Manning

    ENGLEWOOD — Peyton Manning can earn back every penny of the $4 million pay cut John Elway asked him to take this offseason. All he has to do is win Super Bowl 50. Manning's restructured deal calls for him to earn $2 million bonuses each for winning the AFC championship and the NFL title. To do that, he's going to need plenty of help from...

  • Defensive end Antonio Smith rejoining Broncos

    ENGLEWOOD — Defensive end Antonio Smith will participate in the Denver Broncos' training camp after tending to a personal matter that kept him away from the team's offseason workouts this summer. The Broncos' brass and Smith decided it was best for him to stay away from the team after reports surfaced in late May that prosecutors in Texas...

  • Defensive end Antonio Smith rejoining Broncos

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Defensive end Antonio Smith will participate in the Denver Broncos' training camp after tending to a personal matter that kept him away from the team's offseason workouts this summer. The Broncos' brass and Smith decided it was best for him to stay away from the team after reports surfaced in late May that prosecutors...

  • Bears enter 1st camp under Fox looking to put losing in past

    CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Bears had just wrapped up a five-win nightmare season when chairman George McCaskey announced sweeping changes the following day. He fired general manager Phil Emery, sent coach Marc Trestman packing. And he became downright emotional when asked about his mom Virginia, the team matriarch and daughter of founding...

  • New offense, new coach, same goal for Peyton Manning

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Peyton Manning can earn back every penny of the $4 million pay cut John Elway asked him to take this offseason. All he has to do is win Super Bowl 50. Manning's restructured deal calls for him to earn $2 million bonuses each for winning the AFC championship and the NFL title. To do that, he's going to need plenty of...

  • Indianapolis hoping offseason gambles produce Super Bowl run

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Colts are going all in on a Super Bowl run. They've surrounded their perfectly groomed franchise quarterback with more speed, more power and a stronger defense. They've made no secret of their goal. Now it's time to see if Indianapolis finally has a strong enough hand to trump New England. "Robert (Mathis) pointed up...

  • Quinn taking up-tempo approach to rebuilding Falcons

    FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) — As Seattle's defensive coordinator, Dan Quinn helped lead Seattle to two straight Super Bowls, including one championship. Quinn opens his first training camp as Falcons coach on Friday trying to overhaul Atlanta's woeful unit. The Falcons allowed the most total yards and yards passing and tied for 30th in sacks in...

  • New era under way for Jets under Todd Bowles

    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Todd Bowles has made no bold statements, outrageous guarantees or back-page headlines in his first few months with the New York Jets. These are certainly toned-down times for the recharged franchise. Gone is the popular Rex Ryan, whose results never quite lived up to his bluster. The low-key Bowles has taken over,...

  • John Harbaugh counting on youth to 'step up' at Ravens camp

    OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — Despite losing several key players during the offseason, the Baltimore Ravens have reason to believe they're better than a year ago. Squeezed by the salary cap, Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome traded defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and failed to retain wide receiver Torrey Smith, linebacker Pernell McPhee and tight...

  • Klee: Denver Broncos' bravado leaves sour taste after playoff losses

    ENGLEWOOD — This isn't on Shane Ray. He's new around here, an NFL rookie whose braggadocio played to the crowd in college. Plus, it's unfair to pin him with the Broncos' latest playoff disaster, since Ray wasn't on the team when they rolled over and played dead against the Indianapolis Colts. So take this for what it's worth. Skip the bravado...

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