In Case You Missed It, News around the NFL, May 27, 2017

They’re all inked. Carlos Henderson became the final Broncos draft pick to sign when he agreed to a four-year deal Friday.

Source: Carlos Henderson signs with Broncos


The mystery regarding NFL hopeful Jalen Robinette’s omission from graduation at Air Force Academy is a bit closer to being resolved. But not by much. Via the Denver Post, Robinette’s football agency has disclosed that Robinette “is currently awaiting a determination on a non-criminal disciplinary proceeding.” “Due to privacy-related concerns, we are unable to comment…

Source: Jalen Robinette faces “non-criminal disciplinary proceeding” at Air Force Academy | ProFootballTalk


ENGLEWOOD—Sure, there was a time when it was pain in the Butt for Jake to always be the Butt of jokes.

Source: Broncos hope opponents find Jake a — wait for it! — pain in Butt |


Spike Lee, Rob Lowe. Rob, Spike. (It’s not quite as poetic as the time David Letterman introduced Oprah and Uma.) Five years after Rob Lowe incorrectly “reported” that Peyton Manning would retire, Spike Lee has “incorrectly” reported that the Seahawks have signed Colin Kaepernick. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the Seahawks have not…

Source: Spike Lee is 0-for-1 as NFL reporter | ProFootballTalk


Three words: Gronk. Is. Back. Rob Gronkowski impressed reporters and coaches in his return from a season-ending back injury this week, notably during Thursday’s organized team activities.

Source: Rob Gronkowski ‘looks like Gronk’ in return from injury – news services Former NFL quarterback Michael Vick says he is in talks with the Atlanta Falcons to sign a one-day contract and officially retire with his first NFL team.

Source: Vick wants to retire as Falcon on one-day deal

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