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


He had 58 sacks over his career with 4 coming in games against the Broncos.

Source: Cortez Kennedy was a formable foe, Broncos Country mourns his passing. • Denver Broncos Zone


Bengals coach Marvin Lewis isn’t happy that the NFL has loosened up its rules on celebrations, but Commissioner Roger Goodell thinks Lewis will change his mind when he actually sees the new rule in place. Goodell said today that while he understands that Lewis is concerned about allowing poor sportsmanship, Goodell believes players can celebrate…

Source: Goodell thinks players will prove Marvin Lewis wrong on celebrations | ProFootballTalk


Shuffled in a retooled offense, Armstrong was still a part of the Orange Crush and we salute him.

Source: We salute Otis Armstrong in our continuing celebration of the 1977 Orange Crush team. • Denver Broncos Zone


Gronkowski is looking to bounce back after an injury-plagued 2016.

Source: Rob Gronkowski’s reported restructured deal could make him highest-paid tight end | FOX Sports


brady.jpgIt’s possible the Patriots could push their quarterback squeeze to 2019, but Garoppolo must be on board

Source: Agent’s Take: Will Tom Brady fall victim to Patriot Way? Time not on Belichick’s side –


On a day when the NFL would have been wise to borrow college football’s overtime procedures, pro football is instead adopting something else from the amateur game. Commissioner Roger Goodell told reporters at the conclusion of the ownership meeting in Chicago that the league will use a medical tent on the sidelines in 2017. The…

Source: NFL will have medical evaluation tent on sidelines | ProFootballTalk


Beckham can’t be mad at this deal.  Odell Beckham Jr.’s long-term contract status with the New York Giants might still be up in the air, but the deal he signed Tuesday should tide him over.

Source: Nike reportedly signs Odell Beckham Jr. to richest shoe deal ever for an NFL player | FOX Sports


player photoAnother offseason, another suspension for the Cowboys.  The issue stems from an over-the-counter substance Irving used in an attempt to endorse the product…the result of the test isn’t “official” yet.

Source: Cowboys’ David Irving reportedly facing four-game suspension for failed drug test –

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