Posted Sat May 26th by Tim Lynch
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Tebow practice struggles: What new? | First and Orange
And in his first offseason practice with the New York Jets, Tim Tebow during a 7-on-7 drill threw two interceptions in a three-play span. (Note: Included in Daily Links so we can all say, “not our problem anymore!”)
Fannin intrigues Broncos with speed, receiving ability | Denver Post
Fannin was certainly one of the most intriguing rookies in last year’s training camp given he is big (5-foot-10 3/8, 231 pounds) and fast (he ran 4.37 hand-timed in the 40-yard dash at the scouting combine in 2011).
Rockies’ rookie Friedrich turns in five rugged innings to beat Reds and improve to 2-1 | Denver Post
Only a scant percentage of kids who pick up a ball reach the big leagues. An even smaller number stick once they arrive. Pitching is hard. And pitching for the Rockies is about as difficult as keeping Charlie Sheen sober and roughly as fun as reading parking meters.
Chemistry, Camaraderie and Communication | DenverBroncos.com
According to players like Peyton Manning, Von Miller, Tracy Porter and Mike Adams, OTAs are important in large part because teammates get to know each other’s tendencies heading into the season.
Florence Brings ‘Physical Presence’ to Secondary | DenverBroncos.com
When cornerback Drayton Florence signed with Denver, he said it was all about timing. The Broncos are coming off a strong defensive season, quarterback Peyton Manning has joined the team and Florence has a chance to compete for a championship in his 10th NFL season.
Minnesota keeps its Vikings & Rams and Raiders top candidates for L.A.? | First and Orange
I’m happy for the people of the Twin Cities and Minnesota. It’s an underrated metropolis and state. They deserve to keep their NFL Vikings.
Three Denver Broncos named in NFL Network’s top 100 players in 2012 | Examiner.com
Each year, the NFL Network takes on the arduous task of ranking the top 100 players in the National Football League, and the 2012 version of the list features at least three Denver Broncos.
NFLPA Need to Study For HgH Test | Mile High Report
When the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the NFL and it’s Players Union was ratified last August, officially ending a 4-1/12 Month Lockout, both sides were in accord for the testing of Human Growth Hormone (HgH) in the players.
Fat Camp: Undervalued roles – the Move TE | IAOFM
Depending on who you ask, there are 4-5 different “premium positions” in the NFL. Everybody would agree that Quarterback is on the list, and most would say Left Tackle and Right-side Pass Rusher. Many people say Cornerback, and I would say Run-Stuffing Defensive Tackle is premium as well.