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Denver Broncos - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Denver Broncos - INSIDE SLANT The lesson of the Denver Broncos' 43-8 Super Bowl XLVIII loss to the Seattle Seahawks was clear: A record-breaking offense wasn't enough to overcome speed, power and aggression. The Seahawks were faster and a step ahead of the Broncos' offense, and Denver's defense, hindered by injuries, was unable to counter that when the Seahawks had the football.

New York Giants - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New York Giants - INSIDE SLANT New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning, who underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left ankle earlier this month, said Tuesday he expects to be "100 percent" ready for camp this summer. "I think I'd be safe to say I'd be 100 percent for the start of training camp. I would hope so," Manning told reporters. Manning expects to be running again by late May.

Atlanta Falcons - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Atlanta Falcons - INSIDE SLANT Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones, who is coming off foot surgery, will be limited in offseason workouts, coach Mike Smith said Tuesday. "Julio is participating with our athletic performance department," Smith said. "He will be able to get out on the field and do some walkthrough stuff with us when we start going. Our focus on Julio is one thing, and that's having him prepared for our opener.

Oakland Raiders - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Oakland Raiders - INSIDE SLANT With so many roster spots to fill and the most salary-cap space in the league, the Oakland Raiders figured to be one of the NFL's most active participants in free agency. General manager Reggie McKenzie and coach Dennis Allen didn't disappoint, concentrating their efforts on veteran players from age 29 to 32 with reputations for professionalism and being on winning teams.

Chicago Bears - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Chicago Bears - INSIDE SLANT Defensive end Jared Allen signed a four-year, $32 million deal with the Chicago Bears, who were not known to be in the bidding for one of the NFL's most productive pass rushers. Allen, 31, is the third free-agent defensive end to sign in Chicago this offseason. He joins Lamarr Houston, who could play defensive tackle, and Willie Young on the overhauled Bears defense.

Baltimore Ravens - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Baltimore Ravens - INSIDE SLANT Ravens running back Ray Rice was indicted by a grand jury on a third-degree aggravated assault charge for allegedly striking his fiancee and rendering her unconscious last month, Atlantic County, N.J., prosecutors announced March 27. He is scheduled to be arraigned April 28 at Atlantic County Superior Court in New Jersey.

New Orleans Saints - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New Orleans Saints - INSIDE SLANT Cornerback Champ Bailey agreed to a two-year contract with the New Orleans Saints Friday (April 4). Bailey, 35, has been named to the Pro Bowl 12 times, but the Denver Broncos released him after the 2013 season. A foot injury limit his effectiveness last season while he played in only five games. He started three games and played in all three playoff games, including one start.

Denver Broncos - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Denver Broncos - INSIDE SLANT The Denver Broncos and head coach John Fox agreed to a three-year contract extension on Friday that runs through the 2016 season. According to the Denver Post, Fox will receive $5.5 million per year under terms of the new deal, an increase from the $3.5 million he was due to make in 2014.

Oakland Raiders - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Oakland Raiders - INSIDE SLANT The Oakland Raiders traded quarterback Terrelle Pryor to the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks on Monday in exchange for a seventh-round selection in next month's NFL Draft. A third-round pick in the 2011 supplemental draft, Pryor spent three seasons with the Raiders. He has one year left on his rookie contract. Fox Sports reported over the weekend that the Raiders would cut Pryor on Monday if they were unable to trade him.

New York Jets - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New York Jets - INSIDE SLANT Geno Smith is facing his critics head-on, namely himself. That's why the New York Jets' second-year quarterback went through the "painful" process of watching every one of his 21 interceptions and four lost fumbles in 2013 over and over again during offseason film review. He readily admits he didn't take care of the ball well enough as a rookie, and it's why the team signed Michael Vick to compete for the starting job this year.
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