Robert Griffin III will talk to reporters today at Redskins Park, and naturally he'll be asked where he's at regarding his recovery from knee surgery. The Redskins say they won't know whether Griffin can cut loose at training camp until he is examined by the team's medical staff on July 25, when camp opens. Everybody who's ever played in the NFL has had to go through injury evaluations, and rely on what team doctors say...
As was widely expected, the Jets have put Tim Tebow on waivers, where any team can claim him. But it's worth noting that when Denver shopped him the only two teams that reportedly showed interest were the Jets and Jacksonville. And Jacksonville's new management team has since said the Jags aren't interested in the local boy. So what happens now? Does Jacksonville take a second look, given that his price tag is at an all-time low?...
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) Wes Welker says there are no hard feelings toward the Patriots and he's happy to be in Denver.The Broncos introduced the former New England receiver Thursday, the day after he signed a two-year, $12 million deal to catch passes from Peyton Manning.The Patriots offered Welker $10 million over two years and the 31-year-old receiver quickly realized his future might lie elsewhere.
The New England Patriots are regarded by many as the NFL's best franchise of this century. But they raised eyebrows Wednesday when news spread that they low-balled Wes Welker with their initial contract offer, and then Tom Brady's favorite target quickly signed with Denver. How badly will this hurt Bill Belichick's team.