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Broncos, Chiefs and the Saints: Team With the Best Shot at Going Undefeated?

As the NFL enters Week 6, three teams remain undefeated: the Denver Broncos, the Kansas Chiefs and the New Orleans Saints. It’s always a huge feat to go undefeated week-to-week but to do so for an entire season is even less frequent as the 1972 Miami Dolphins were the last team to do so. With

Teams that Could be in the Josh Gordon Trade Derby

After starting season 0-2, the Cleveland Browns looked headed for another dismal season. They had an injured starting quarterback and had traded away their top running back. The Browns also appeared as if they were looking ahead to 2014 as its third string quarterback Brian Hoyer took over in Week 3 and trade talks began

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NFL Teams Primed for an Upset in Week 2

As we enter the second week of the NFL season, teams are still trying to find their place. Some will continue to exceed expectations while others will again be slow leaving the starting gates. Here’s a look at Week 2’s potential upsets. Yep…this is one of the many reasons why we love the game. Carolina

Deadline Monday Roundup: NFL Players to Play Under 2013 Franchise Tags

On Monday, with most NFL players enjoying one of their last full weeks of vacation before training camp, some were not resting too easily as they awaited the 4 p.m. deadline to either reach a contract agreement with their teams or play under the franchise tag for the 2013 season. At the 11th hour on

Shanahan Boasts About RG3’s Recovery, Joeckel: Cool to Be Top Pick

Shanahan Impressed by RG3’s Recovery In 2012, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson set a high bar for his knee recovery. Now in 2013, look for Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III to possibly surpass this. Well, at least his coach Mike Shanahan thinks so. From a NFL.com interview, Shanhan said of the player, “He’s

Chiefs: Bowe Believes He’s Top Receiver, Albert No Show at Offseason Workouts

During the offseason, the Kansas City Chiefs signed wide receiver Dwayne Bowe to a five-year contract ($11 million-plus each season) that placed him in the Top 5 for pay in his position. Some have questioned the payday but Bowe thinks he is worth it and feels no pressure to prove this. He said via KansasCity.com on Monday, “Personally,

Cassel Lands with the Vikings, Jackson to the Atlanta Falcons

It was a busy Thursday for Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel. With two years remaining on his contract, the team released him. This followed Wednesday’s press conference that introduced the team’s new starting quarterback Alex Smith. The writing was on the wall for Cassel and the team had reportedly been trying to trade him.

Chiefs Sign Deal with Bowe, Colquitt But Tag Branden Albert

Just before the 4 p.m. deadline hit for tagging, the Kansas City Chiefs signed a five-year deal with wide receiver Dwayne Bowe. The financial details haven’t been disclosed but had the team tagged him, it would have been an $11.4 million payday. Last year as a franchise player, Bowe made $9.5 million. In his six

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