In Case You Missed It, News around the NFL, May 7, 2017


The Broncos are going to sign 15 undrafted rookies soon, but they had to make room for them first. Via Cameron Wolfe of the Denver Post, the Broncos released three players to make room for all the new additions. Denver waived defensive end Iosia Iosia, wide receiver Mekale McKay and long snapper Jeff Overbaugh. Iosia…

Source: Broncos cut three players to make room for rookies | ProFootballTalk


The pundits have all weighed in with their Power Rankings. We show you how they said Denver did.

Source: VOTE and COMMENT: Do you agree with the Broncos draft rankings? • Denver Broncos Zone


KUSA—In recent years, the Denver Broncos have made a laudable effort to honor several of their forgotten heroes.

Source: 9 Broncos deserving of future Ring of Fame elections |


At this time last year, Dak Prescott was expected to be an observer during his rookie season with the Cowboys after being selected in the fourth round of the draft. A lot happened over the last 12 months. Tony Romo broke a bone in his back, opening the door for Prescott to take over as…

Source: Dak Prescott: We just scratched the surface last year | ProFootballTalk


The veteran will likely be hanging up his cleats after the 2018 season

Source: Brandon Marshall Says He’ll Play for 2 More Seasons | Bleacher Report


Bills quarterback Cardale Jones once stirred controversy in college. But now no one can say he wasn’t committed to college. Jones graduated from Ohio State today, ending a college experience that began with a social media firestorm over accusations that he was just a dumb jock who only cared about football, not academics. In October…

Source: Cardale Jones graduates, with a laugh | ProFootballTalk

The Steelers QB and his offensive live seem unconcerned with the remarks of the No. 1 pick

Source: Ben Roethlisberger ‘enjoyed hearing’ Browns’ Myles Garrett call him out –


Fans lined up around the block to get their hands on Lacy’s old Packers gear.


Source: Eddie Lacy’s garage sale made for some ridiculously long lines | FOX Sports

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