In Case You Missed It, News around the NFL, April 23, 2017

Virgil Green, Juwan Thompson, Riley Dixon, Casey Kreiter, and Adam Gotsis served as guest coaches Saturday morning for the DPS Futures Football Championship. (Photos by Caroline Deisley, unless noted)

Source: Broncos serve as guest coaches for DPS Futures Football Championship


Image result for chiefs cbsEach year, after the NFL schedule gets released, one of the first things that most fans do is complain about how their favorite team got hosed by the league.   There probably weren’t too many complaints in Kansas City after the schedule was released

Source: Here’s why the Chiefs might’ve been given the friendliest schedule in the NFL –


The Buccaneers aren’t nearly as zealous about their turn on Hard Knocks as other teams have been in the past. In addition to coach Dirk Koetter’s candor about his wish that the Bucs hadn’t drawn the short straw, G.M. Jason Licht has made it clear that, if Tampa had its druthers, the league would have picked…

Source: Buccaneers ambivalent at best about Hard Knocks | ProFootballTalk


Related imageRoger Goodell typically announces all the first-round picks, but he’ll make an exception this year

Source: WATCH: Make-A-Wish teenager learns he’ll announce Ravens’ first-round pick –


Former Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett has emerged as the consensus No. 1 overall pick. That consensus does not include Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp. “I don’t see it from this kid,” Sapp told Adam Schefter of ESPN. “I see the splash plays; everybody gets those. Where’s the game he took over?…

Source: Sapp says Myles Garrett shouldn’t be the No. 1 overall pick | ProFootballTalk


A 27-year-old man was hospitalized Saturday after he fell roughly 30 feet while working on the roof of the stage for Thursday’s 2017 NFL draft in Philadelphia, NBC Philadelphia’s reported Saturday.

Source: Worker Hospitalized After Falling off Stage at 2017 NFL Draft Site | Bleacher Report

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