In Case You Missed It, News around the NFL, April 25, 2017

In Case You Missed It, news from around the NFL, April 25, 2017

On this first day of the team taking to the field, several Denver Broncos met with the press

Source: Joseph, Talib, Anderson, Siemian and Lynch, Oh my! Broncos meet the Press. •


Steelers receiver Martavis Bryant has been conditionally reinstated to the NFL after he spent the entire 2016 season suspended for violation’s of the league’s substance abuse policy. The NFL informed the Steelers today that Bryant may re-join the team, according to General Manager Kevin Colbert. “We appreciate that he has taken the necessary steps in…

Source: Martavis Bryant conditionally reinstated after drug suspension | ProFootballTalk


Colin Cowherd believes the 49ers’ practical outlook has the team poised to emerge from the NFL’s cellar.

Source: Colin Cowherd explains why the 49ers have the best situation of the NFL’s 7 ‘bad’ teams | FOX Sports


Gareon Conley is one of the top prospects in this year's NFL draft. (AP)NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport said Tuesday afternoon that Conley has decided to not go to Philadelphia for the draft. He was one of 22 prospects invited. Conley was considered a likely first-round pick, but it’s unclear how the accusation could affect his draft status with teams.

Source: Ohio State CB Gareon Conley denies rape allegation, reportedly won’t attend NFL draft


Image resultThe Browns have been doing their due diligence and investigating the possibility.  I’ve learned that at least three teams in the top eight have been contacted by the Browns and discussions have taken place about the prospect of moving up”

Source: Browns reportedly reached out to three top-eight teams about trading up from No. 12 –


Quarterback Jay Cutler wants to continue his NFL career despite rumors suggesting he might retire, as his agent Bus Cook told Adam Schefter of ESPN.  Cutler, 33, appeared in just five games for the Chicago Bears last season, throwing for 1,059 yards, four touchdowns and five interceptions.

Source: Jay Cutler ‘Wants to Play Football,’ According to Agent Amid Retirement Rumors | Bleacher Report



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