1. Gary Kubiak takes over Broncos
By ESPN - ESPN.com
"Gary Kubiak has agreed to become the head coach of the Denver Broncos, the team announced Monday.
Kubiak's deal is for four years, according to multiple reports. He spent the past season as the Baltimore Ravens' offensive coordinator." READ MORE…
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2. Another reminder for Chiefs of what could have been
By Adam Teicher - ESPN.com
"So it will be the Seattle Seahawks against the New England Patriots in this year's Super Bowl. None of their fans needs a reminder the Kansas City Chiefs beat both teams during the regular season, 41-14 over the Patriots on Sept. 29 and 24-20 over the Seahawks on Nov. 16.
But the presence of the Patriots and the Seahawks in the Super Bowl does serve as a reminder of what could have been for the Chiefs. They were good enough to beat both of the NFL's best teams, so it certainly looks like the Chiefs wasted an excellent opportunity by winning only half of their remaining 14 games and failing to make the playoffs." READ MORE…
3. How does the Gary Kubiak hire affect Peyton Manning's return?
By Jeff Legwold - ESPN.com
"With one big decision down for the Denver Broncos, one major decision remains.
In the week since Denver's loss to the Indianapolis Colts in the divisional round of the playoffs, the Broncos mutually parted ways with coach John Fox and then hired a new coach in Gary Kubiak, according to an Adam Schefter source. That's a lot of business in a seven-day span." READ MORE…
4. Coaching stability can only help the Chiefs
By Adam Teicher - ESPN.com
"If you're looking for reasons the Kansas City Chiefs have won just one AFC West championship and otherwise participated in the playoffs as a wild-card entrant only twice in the past 11 seasons, there's more to it than spotty drafts and less-then-stellar quarterback play.
Put instability on the coaching staff near the top of that list, too. In the nine seasons before the arrival of Andy Reid in 2013, the Chiefs went through four head coaches, seven offensive coordinators and four defensive coordinators." READ MORE…
5. 74 underclassmen in 2015 draft
"The National Football League announced the names of 74 players who have been granted special eligibility for the 2015 NFL Draft and 10 players who have graduated with college football eligibility remaining and are also eligible for selection in the April 30-May 2 draft at the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University in Chicago.
Each of the 74 players granted special eligibility has met the league's three-year eligibility rule and each has submitted a written application in which he renounced his remaining college football eligibility. The deadline for receiving applications was Jan. 15." READ MORE…
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