In Case You Missed It, News around the NFL, April 19, 2017


ENGLEWOOD, Colorado. Denver Broncos’ Free Safety Darian Stewart and Strong Safety TJ Ward met with the press today. While they had the utmost admiration for former Defensive Coordinator, Wade Phillips, they are happy that Joe Woods was tapped to step up.

Source: “We’re all ready to work and be legendary” •


Today, Alabama honored him by declaring Tuesday, April 19, “DeMarcus Ware Day”. Lieutenant governor Kay Ivey then bestowed many honors, including…

Source: Retired Denver Bronco, DeMarcus Ware honored. •


Broncos linebacker Von Miller didn’t know his Super Bowl 50 helmet was missing until it turned up in the possession of the same man who stole Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s jerseys from the last two Patriots Super Bowl wins, but he’s aware of where the helmet is now. FBI agents returned Miller’s helmet to him…

Source: Von Miller got his Super Bowl 50 helmet back | ProFootballTalk


There wasn’t much of an effort made to keep the identity of this year’s Hard Knocks team a secret and there won’t be any need to keep up even a limited smokescreen about HBO and NFL Films’ partner for this season. The Buccaneers were officially named this year’s participant on Wednesday and held a press…

Source: Buccaneers officially named 2017’s Hard Knocks team | ProFootballTalk


Image result for brock osweiler images nflThe Cleveland Browns are taking a quarterback in next week’s draft. We don’t know what round — or who it will be — but it’s happening. That means the end of Brock Osweiler, right? Not quite.

Source: Sashi Brown on Osweiler: ‘We expect Brock to be here’ –


Gronk just had to ask Spicer if he needed any help briefing the press…White House press secretary Sean Spicer has developed a relationship with the press corps covering President Donald Trump that can kindly be described as interesting. His briefings aren’t usually NFL news, but Wednesday afternoon was different, because that briefing included a special visitor.

Source: WATCH: Rob Gronkowski crashes Sean Spicer’s briefing because of course he did –


The text message came in early, around 6:30 a.m. ET, and upon hearing the news that Aaron Hernandez had apparently hanged himself in his prison cell, I immediately thought of his 4-year-old daughter, Avielle. She was right there in Courtroom 906 while her dad was being tried for the murder of two men, a case that would end late last week in his acquittal.

Source: NFL – Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez found dead and leaves us with one final ‘Why?’

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