This week saw an increase in preseason intensity. Starters played longer, and the injury totals spiked yet again. Here’s the scoop from all around the AFC…
Von Miller is practicing with the Denver Broncos as a new report suggests the All-Pro linebacker could be facing an even longer suspension than originally thought.
When Bronco Derek Wolfe went down with a neck injury, everyone feared for the worst. Fortunately, it looks like Wolfe may return to play sooner than anyone watching the game would have thought. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr Dave Hnida gives a behind the scenes look of how a medical team approaches a neck injury on the football field.
Coaches have admitted the league has shifted toward the pass-first offense. It’s even inherently written into the rules.
Miami Dolphins rookie wide receiver Chad Bumphis has shown his ability to play football in training camp. During the Hall of Fame Game, Bumphis showed his ability to play in the NFL.
Jermaine Kearse caught a 12-yard touchdown pass from Russell Wilson and returned a kickoff 107 yards for a score and the Seahawks used big plays to rout the Broncos 40-10 in a preseason game Saturday night.
Anybody who watched the Cardinals last year saw that they needed help at the quarterback position. Considering their options, Arizona has to be happy with their off-season addition of Carson Palmer.
Denver defensive end Derek Wolfe was placed on a backboard and taken away in an ambulance after sustaining a neck injury in the first quarter of a preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday.
Lance Moore is one of those players that understands what it means to pay your dues in the world of professional football. Now, after eight years in the league, he is going to be a starting wide received for the New Orleans Saints, and it is totally deserved.
Dawan Landry is well traveled in the NFL, but not because he has not performed up to par. Actually, he has performed highly above the majority of the safeties in the league, and now he’s bringing his talent to the New York Jets.