SBO Denver Broncos general manager John Elway has had the golden touch since taking over the team following the dark days of the Josh McDaniels era.
สโบเบ็ต Even with Peyton Manning perhaps walking up to the 18th tee of his career, Elway and the Broncos remain in a strong and enviable position. Yes, the team faces a few looming contract situations with Demaryius Thomas and Julius Thomas due to hit free agency following this season, but as Elway told USA Today’s Lindsay Jones from a golf course in Nevada, the team has opened negotiations with both players and stand in a good position with both.
“Nothing is going to get done before camp, but we’ll keep talking to them in camp,” Elway said.
Demaryius Thomas is the priority. He’s one of the elite wide receivers in the game at age 26, with back-to-back 1,400-yard seasons, 14 touchdowns in 2013 and a monster postseason with 306 receiving yards and three touchdowns in three games.
Genting Club This season, six teams will travel across the Atlantic Ocean to play regular-season games in London. It’ll be tough on them, but great for us, as we’ll get to watch at least some NFL bright-and-early on Sunday morning. Is this a cute little blip in NFL history, or harbinger of a new chapter in the league’s future?
เก็นติ้งคลับ It’s no secret that the NFL is considering the viability of a franchise in England, with sheer logistics being the greatest obstacle. One of the primary questions involves the toll that transatlantic travel would take on the players’ bodies. But as to whether the city of London actually deserves a franchise? For at least two players, that’s not an issue at all.
“You know what? I think they deserve one,” said Oakland’s Maurice Jones-Drew, who played in London last year as part of the Jaguars. “It’s just the toll it takes on the body because it’s so hard to fly across the pond. I think the fans deserve it and London deserves it because it is a great city.”