The best teams in the league enter their training camps with high grades at every position as a result of a solid roster and solid scouting efforts, so how do the Denver Broncos grade out at this point? Are there any groups that can sit at the head of the class and earn an "A" for their efforts? Conversely, are there any groups that are way behind the curve and dragging down the team's average with an "F"? John Elway and his staff have tried extremely hard to close the talent gap on the best teams in the league, but that is a process that takes time.
The Broncos parted ways on Tuesday with safety Hamza Abdullah, according to Lindsay Jones of the Denver Post. Abdullah started eight games in 2007 and was the starter entering camp. A groin injury derailed him, giving Marquand Manu... Read Post
The QB position in Chicago has been a horrid mess for many years, but the ridiculousness (ridiculousity? ridicule-deserving-idiocy?) seems to have reached new heights as of the 2008 training camp. After 23 days of training camp (wit... Read Post