To successfully take over a starting OLB job, Baltimore's Paul Kruger must do a better job of stopping the run, according to AFC Whispers.
Brian Dawkins, one of the most feared defensive players in football over the past 16 seasons, announced on Monday he has retired.
Jacksonville's re-signing of Rashean Mathis doesn't mean the team is set at cornerback. In fact, the Jags must look to bolster the position, according to AFC Whispers.
In light of the retirement of Jason Taylor, look for the Dolphins to seek some pass-rushing help to pair with OLB Cameron Wake, PFW reports in its AFC Whispers.
Many looked at the two sacks recorded by the Broncos in the Week 15 loss to the Patriots as indicating a problem with the pass rush, but we hear the team was actually more concerned about its pass coverage in ...
PFW personnel analyst Nolan Nawrocki breaks down Broncos SS Brian Dawkins, a Canton-worthy ballhawk who's now showing his age.
The Broncos' secondary is the most experienced unit of the defense, and it is SS Brian Dawkins who is the leader of the unit.
Brian Dawkins is the unsung safety of his generation, but is his body of work enough to gain entrance to Canton?
Denver's wise veterans in the secondary could make Caleb Hanie pay if he keeps making more decisions with the ball.
Here's a key matchup to watch in Sunday's Vikings-Broncos game.
FS Quinton Carter will become the Broncos' third rookie defensive starter at some point this season, thanks to his improvement.
PFW executive editor and resident Packers expert Dan Arkush presents the fourth of five key matchups in the Packers' Week Four game against the Broncos.
We hear the Broncos' decision to take two safeties in the 2011 NFL draft could affect the future of S Renaldo Hill.
In the 28th installment of the Draft Dose series, PFW takes a look at five teams that need help at the safety position, including Denver, where Brian Dawkins turns 38 in October.
Broncos safety Brian Dawkins and Chiefs LB Mike Vrabel, two members of the NFL Players Association executive committee, said that they believe both the owners and the players want to avoid a lockout this coming offseason.