The Chargers have announced they have about 1,800 tickets to sell by Thursday to avoid a local television blackout for Sunday’s season opener against visiting Minnesota. I’d be surprised if this game ends up being blacked out.
Adam Schefter reports Denver has agreed to terms with former Pittsburgh offensive lineman Tony Hills. He will provide depth.
San Francisco receiver Braylon Edwards will reportedly be fined, not suspended for a drunken driving arrest. It will be interesting if that impacts future DUI cases. Denver’s D.J. Williams and Matt Prater are among the players who have been arrested on the charge in the recent past.
New Denver football leader John Elway tells the Denver Post the four most important positions for a team to build a winner.