- Mike Reiss reports Patriots' Josh McDaniels is new head coach of the Denver Broncos. Secondary coach Dom Capers is likely to join him.
- John Tomase gives his report on the Broncos - McDaniels whirlwind romance.
- Mike Reiss speculates Patriots VP Pioli is looking more like the Chief's main man.
- Michael Felger says loss of McDaniels and Pioli both could be big; Pats can live without Capers.
- Mike Reiss notes Jabar Gaffney, an unrestricted free agent, wants to remain a Patriot.
Mike Reiss analyzes the Josh McDaniel's impact on the Patriots and Broncos; notes that the Patriots moved up one spot in the draft.
VIEW FROM COLORADO
- David Ramsey (Colorado Springs Gazette) Time will tell if Broncos made a good hire in McDaniels.
- Frank Schwab (Colorado Springs Gazette) Broncos pick a new coach.
- Mike Klis (Denver Post) Denver goes young with Patriots' offensive coordinator.
- Woody Paige (Denver Post) It's wait and see with McKid.
- Mark Kiszla (Denver Post) Results will show reward or risk.
- Dave Krieger (Rocky Mountain News) Broncos trying to recapture glory days.
- Lee Rasizer (Rocky Mountain News) Broncos' Players excited about young coach.
- Chris Mortensen (ESPN) Why Denver chose McDaniels.
- Tim Graham (ESPN) How do Patriots deal with McDaniels' departure?
- Adam Schefter (NFL.com) Mike Nolan bound for Denver too.
- Bill Williamson (ESPN) Meet Josh McDaniels; In the end, Denver stays with offense.
- Peter King (SI) recaps divisional playoff games and says the Arizona bounceback started in a stone-cold sober locker room in Foxboro three weeks ago.
- Don Banks (SI) Steeler ball returns to Pittsburgh.
- Tim Layden (SI) Giants were toast long before the Eagles finally dethroned them.
- ProFootball Weekly Top three draft needs for all 32 teams.
- Jason Whitlock (Kansas City Star) There's a resurgence of great white athletes.