Broncos safety David Bruton has turned to substitute teaching for $90 per day in his hometown of Miamisburg, Ohio. "I'm just trying to keep busy," Bruton said.
In an interview with the National Football Post, Broncos executive John Elway said last year's starting quarterback, Kyle Orton, needs to win more games. "Kyle has had good numbers, but we haven’t won a lot of football games, that’s the bottom line. That’s a reflection of you as a quarterback whether you want it or not. I take it as a responsibility of that quarterback."
Kansas City Chiefs
NFL Mocks graded each pick of the Chiefs' draft. Pick receiving the highest marks: Third-rounder Justin Houston.
KCChiefs.com's Josh Looney gauges realistic expectations for each of the team's 2011 draft picks.
The Raiders are one of seven teams that has pledged not to cut salaries of any of their coaching assistants during the lockout.
Silver & Black Pride's Rich Langford explores whether it's a good idea for the Raiders to pursue Plaxico Burress.
San Diego Chargers
The San Diego Reader's Don Bauder writes that the "propaganda machine behind a taxpayer-financed new Chargers stadium is picking up steam, and looking more ridiculous."
BuffaloLowDown.com opines that it'll be the Chargers, not the Bills, that will be the team to fill the NFL void in Los Angeles.