In Case You Missed IT

In Case You Missed it, here’s some News from around the league, April 6th.

The closer we get to draft time, the less likely that those who want to see McCaffrey in an orange jersey will get their wish.

The Carolina Panthers brought former Stanford star Christian McCaffrey in for a pre-draft visit last week, according to a report. The RB will visit the Washington Redskins and Denver Broncos, as well.

Source: McCaffrey to visit Broncos, Redskins, reportedly visits Panthers – NFL.com

 

This news is upsetting. First, the obvious, but second, it calls into question how the Denver Broncos draft. What kind of due diligence are they doing? It could explain why so many high picks haven’t worked out.

Ball admits he used to get drunk four times a week.

Source: Former Broncos RB Montee Ball admits he didn’t take his NFL career seriously | FOX Sports

 

 

Broncos’ Kapri Bibbs: Re-signs with Broncos

Source: Broncos’ Kapri Bibbs: Re-signs with Broncos – CBSSports.com 

 

 

 

The soon-to-be Las Vegas Raiders are expected to play in Oakland this season. That is despite possibly hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid parking dues, which render them eligible for eviction. The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority reportedly has learned that, for at least the past four years, the Raiders have not fully shared their parking…

Source: Parking debt makes Raiders eligible for Coliseum eviction | ProFootballTalk

 

One of the greatest running backs of all time is still looking for a team and plans to visit the New Orleans Saints.

Source: Adrian Peterson to visit New Orleans Saints, could be for backup role – UPI.com 

 

 

 

When you get in bed with dogs….

Aaron Hernandez’s lawyer explains what happened with the Bill Belichick subpoena

Source: Aaron Hernandez’s lawyer explains what happened with the Bill Belichick subpoena 

Closing arguments wrapped up Thursday morning.

Source: Jury deliberations set to begin in Aaron Hernandez double-murder trial | FOX Sports

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