Good Morning Broncos Country!
We are just two days away from the start of the 2018 NFL Draft. The rumors are swirling, reports are dropping left and right, and we’re all anxious for this to start. However, we still have time to kill so let us take one final look at which prospects the Broncos met with or worked out with during the lengthy draft process.
John Lynch: Reuben Foster out if charges proven true - NFL.com
The San Francisco 49ers are electing to allow the judicial process to play out before deciding about the future of linebacker Reuben Foster.
Draft buzz: Bills unlikely to trade for Giants' No. 2 pick - NFL.com
Will the Bills cash in their stockpile of picks by trading up to select a quarterback in the top 10? Around The NFL is tracking all of the latest buzz leading up to the draft. Here's what we're hearing Monday.
Raiders sign ex-Panthers Cornerback Daryl Worley - NFL.com
Released by the Eagles in the wake of a recent arrest, former Panthers cornerback Daryl Worley has found a new NFL home. The Raiders announced Monday they are signing Worley.
Gruden: Raiders' minicamp will be 'totally different' - NFL.com
The Oakland Raiders open their veteran minicamp on Tuesday. New Raiders head coach Jon Gruden said he expects every Raiders player to be present, except for pass rusher Khalil Mack.
Patriots host Lamar Jackson, 'impressed' with Louisville QB - NFL.com
The New England Patriots "relatively quietly" played host to Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson two weeks ago, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
Raiders exercise fifth-year option on Amari Cooper - NFL.com
The Raiders have made their feelings clear on Amari Cooper. The team on Monday exercised the fifth-year option on their lead wideout, putting to bed a brief rash of hemming and hawing over Cooper's future in Oakland.
Gronkowski (the horse) will not race in Kentucky Derby - NFL.com
Gronkowski, a horse named after and partly owned by the New England Patriots tight end, came down with a fever in his run-up toward the Kentucky Derby.
Saints decline to match Ravens' offer for Willie Snead - NFL.com
The New Orleans Saints will not match the Baltimore Ravens' offer sheet made to wide receiver Willie Snead, Ian Rapoport reports. The offer sheet was for two seasons and worth up to $10.4 million.
Joe Haden planning a big 2018, thanks to a healthy offseason of work – ProFootballTalk
Steelers cornerback Joe Haden went to back-to-back Pro Bowls for the Browns in 2013 and 2014, but since then he's struggled through injuries and hasn't been the same player. This year, he believe the Joe Haden of old will be back.
Tom Brady’s agent says he plans to play this year, and for many years – ProFootballTalk
Despite talk that Patriots quarterback Tom Brady could retire this offseason, Brady's agent doesn't see it happening. Agent Don Yee told Adam Schefter of ESPN that Brady's plan is to play. "Tom's intentions have not changed," Yee said.
Jimmy Garoppolo hosts weekend throwing sessions – ProFootballTalk
Like finding more places in a pizza to stuff cheese, football players have a knack for finding more time to work out. With plenty of quarterbacks organizing sessions before and/or after the offseason program, 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo has another twist on the effort: During.
Sam Darnold: If I looked at Mock Drafts I’d drive myself insane – ProFootballTalk
There are mock drafts that have Sam Darnold going first overall to the Browns, mock drafts that have Darnold going third overall to the Jets, and mock drafts that have some other team trading up to get Darnold at No. 2. But Darnold wouldn't know.
Tom Telesco on possibility of drafting a QB: We always have an eye on the future – ProFootballTalk
Philip Rivers said last week he understands the Chargers will draft his future successor sooner or later. Chargers General Manager Tom Telesco didn't rule out the team drafting a quarterback this year. At the same time, Telesco gave Rivers a vote of confidence as the Chargers' quarterback.
Kam Chancellor will undergo further testing on his neck this summer – ProFootballTalk
The Seahawks still don't know whether Kam Chancellor will play this season. The safety will undergo further testing this summer to determine his future, Seahawks General Manager John Schneider said Monday.
Tom Telesco has no time for questions about Baker Mayfield not having time to study playbook – ProFootballTalk
Last week, comments emerged from Baker Mayfield regarding his meeting with the Chargers, and his admitted lack of knowledge about their playbook. This week, Chargers G.M. Tom Telesco had the perfect response to Mayfield's remarks.