Matt Russell, the Denver Broncos' director of player personnel, was arrested for DUI Saturday night after allegedly hitting two cars -- one of them a Breckenridge police car, the Denver Post reports. Russell and the Broncos both released statements, posted on the team's website. There's an NFL precedent already for the sort of punishment Russell expects to get from the team and the league.
The Broncos have increased their offer to left tackle Ryan Clady, upping the proposal to a five-year, $50 million deal, according to Mike Klis of the Denver Post.
Derek Wolfe's work ethic, which Champ Bailey called "very impressive," is how the second-year defensive lineman believes he has earned the trust of his teammates so early in his career.
Kansas City Chiefs
Which game, as of mid-July, is the hottest ticket on the Chiefs' 2013 schedule? We'll say ... it isn't against a division rival.
The Chiefs' official team website continues its Rookie Recap series, featuring sixth-round pick, fullback Braden Wilson.
Raiders punter Chris Kluwe appears on NFL Network's "Total Access" to discuss his liberal viewpoints, how well he works with PR directors and his new book, "Beautifully Unique Sparkleponies."
"You can’t go out there and make mistakes cause it’s your job on the line. It’s not like college when you’re on scholarship," said Raiders defensive end Jack Crawford, who understands the volatility of job security in the NFL.
The Raiders' At-A-Glance series concludes with the team's Dec. 8 game against the host New York Jets.
ProFootballTalk.com kicks off its preseason power rankings with the Raiders falling in at lowly No. 32.
San Diego Chargers
"(Philip) Rivers, despite coming off two down seasons, might be the least of (Mike) McCoy's concerns as the new coach retools San Diego's offense with coordinator Ken Whisenhunt," writes USA Today's Lindsay H. Jones, who breaks down the Chargers' offseason.
The Chargers and KFMB-TV (CBS 8 ) have agreed to a new multi-year deal for the network to carry Chargers preseason television broadcasts.