Dec 4, 2011; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Denver Broncos running back Willis McGahee (23) runs 24 yards for a touchdown against the Minnesota Vikings in the fourth quarter at the Metrodome. Broncos win 35-32. Mandatory Credit: Bruce Kluckhohn-US PRESSWIRE

Night Life Headlines: McGahee to Retire a Bronco


McGahee says he’ll retire a Bronco

It was great to see McGahee finally healthy this past season after injuries had plagued much of his career inBuffaloandBaltimore. He’s shown when healthy he’s a Pro-Bowl caliber RB. Hopefully he’ll maintain that the rest of his NFL career.


Report: No offer yet for Mathis from Colts

If Mathis hits the free agent market, he’ll be one of the best available d-lineman to sign behind DE Mario Williams.


Patriots expected to tag Welker, add another wide receiver

That other WR has been believed to be Rams WR Brandon Lloyd for awhile now. AfterSt. Louisopted not to use their franchise tag on Lloyd, he’ll likely opt to sign with a contender, and the Pats badly need another receiver.


NFL will Investigate Redskins Bounty Program

The NFL is investigating Gregg William’s bounty program he had while he was the Washington Redskins defensive coordinator. The fact that multiple teams were involved in this Bountygate will make it interesting to see how Roger Goodell disciplines these teams now that he knows multiple teams were involved. So far, there is strong evidence ofWashington,Buffalo, andNew Orleanshaving been involved in bounty programs.


Jets have talked about signing Jason Campbell

After reports came out that Mark Sanchez didn’t work hard in practice because of no adequate backup to challenge him, the Jets are now determined to add a quality backup to push Sanchez in practice. They’re also interested in former Dolphins QB Chad Henne.


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