In Case You Missed It, News around the NFL, May 4, 2017

In Case You Missed It, News around the NFL, May 4, 2017

He spawned a new fan group, one that also reached every corner of the world. The Orange Crush started with…

Source: Red Miller was one of a kind and now will join a ring of others like him. • Denver Broncos Zone

 

 

Although QB Philip Rivers struggled down the stretch last season, new head coach Anthony Lynn believes the 35-year-old passer is closer to the prime of his career than the end of the road.

Source: Anthony Lynn: Rivers has ‘three or four’ more years – NFL.com

 

In March, the Competition Committee recommended that owners reduce overtime from 15 minutes to 10 minutes during the preseason and regular season. Not enough owners agreed. So with another ownership meeting looming, where do things stand? Cowboys COO, executive V.P., and director of player personnel Stephen Jones, who also serves as a member of the…

Source: Potential overtime change still percolating | ProFootballTalk

 

Richard Sherman will not be traded, the Seahawks say. (AP)When is the last time a team was very public about engaging teams in trade talks for a player, then didn’t trade that player?

Source: Seahawks say trade talks with Richard Sherman are dead, message presumably sent

 

Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota had a breakout 2016 season, but when it ended with a broken right fibula in Week 16, there was some concern about how the injury would affect his preparation for 2017.  His next big step is just a ‘week or two’ away.

Source: Tennessee Titans QB Marcus Mariota is right on track in rehabbing from a broken leg

 

Jay Cutler is reportedly considering a career in broadcasting, could retire from NFL. (AP)Jay Cutler isn’t exactly known for his charisma in interview situations. Yet, with no teams interested yet in his quarterbacking skills, Cutler is reportedly considering getting behind a microphone full time.

Source: Jay Cutler may go the Tony Romo route, has auditioned for broadcasting career

 

After they won the Super Bowl, the Patriots began the offseason as the favorites to win next year’s Super Bowl as well. And that has only been strengthened in the last three months. According to online oddsmaker Bovada, the Patriots are now 7/2 favorites to win Super Bowl LII. They opened the offseason as 5/1…

Source: Patriots strengthen status as Super Bowl betting favorites | ProFootballTalk

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