Thursday, January 14, 2010

Around the NFL: Clady and Doom make 1st Team All Pro

The Broncos' Elvis Dumervil and Ryan Clady made the AP All Pro team as first team players, while Brian Dawkins made the second team. Lindsay Jones of the Denver Post has a case for why Champ Bailey should have made the All Pro Team. Read it here. There is of course controversy about the players who did and didn't make the cut, but everyone agrees Chris Johnson deserved it. In AFC West news, the Chiefs have named Romeo Crennel Defensive Coordinator. The Raiders' Willie Brown, a Hall of Fame cornerback, is retiring from the coaching staff. Over at ESPN's AFC West blog, Bill Willimson thinks the Broncos may go after Randy Moss, especially considering Brandon Marshall may not be a Bronco next year.

In other Bronco news, running backs coach Bobby Turner, who has been with the Broncos since 1995, has accepted an offer with the Washington Redskins.

Also, I'm sure you heard about the horrible earth quake in Haiti, Elvis Dumervil has some tips how to help Haiti victims. Watch the Elvis Dumervil interview on youtube here.
Hope you all have a great weekend, I'll try to get back to writing some stuff myself, I've been busy.

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