The Greatest Villain In the History of All 32 NFL Teams (Erik Lambert, NFLmocks.com)
Carolina Panthers: It may not have been a sustained villainy like others on this list, but rest assured even to this day that Carolina Panthers players and fans can still see Von Miller in their nightmares. That’s how devastating his performance in Super Bowl 50 was. He alone took a 15-1 team into his hands and flattened it like a pancake until their spirits were broken.
Cleveland Browns: If ever a franchise had a boogeyman they couldn’t escape, it was the Cleveland Browns with John Elway.
Peyton Manning staying busy during retirement (Brent St. Germain, Houma Today)
“Now I have time to do things in the fall that I haven’t been able to do in 25 years,” Manning said at last month’s Manning Passing Academy at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux. “I’m able to do some special things with my family and doing philanthropy things that I’m really enjoying.”
Former Broncos great Ed McCaffrey has built quite the staff at Valor Christian (Brendan C. Hall, USA TODAY High School Sports)
Counting Ed’s two titles he won with John Elway in 1997-98, the staff he’s assembled has 16 Super Bowl rings between them, including Brandon Stokely, Tyler Polumbus, Ben Hamilton and Nate Spencer.
Broncos reach agreement with 3rd round running back Royce Freeman (Mike Klis, 9NEWS)
Freeman was primarily the backup to Devontae Booker during the Broncos' offseason, although the rookie did get his share of first-team reps.