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The sign of a warrior is survival; however, to thrive, it takes giving back.

Source: Shane Ray’s spirit is what makes him the person and player he is. • Denver Broncos Zone

 

Von Miller and Bronco teammates along with Make-A-Wish Denver help Bryce have a memorable day.

Source: Denver makes one boy’s Broncos wish a dream come true. • Denver Broncos Zone

 

Calling the chance to play in his hometown of Oakland for the Raiders “a dream come true,” Marshawn Lynch said he made his decision to come out of retirement, “When I found out they was leaving.” Lynch, who was acquired by the Raiders from the Seattle Seahawks after a one-year retirement, essentially wrote an ode to his city, which will be losing its team for the second time when the Raiders move to Las Vegas

Source: Lynch: Raiders’ move hastened comeback plan

 

The Jets reportedly plan to either release or trade the 30-year-old receiver who played in only three games in 2016 after undergoing season-ending surgeries on his hip and shoulder. Decker has played the past three years in New York, hauling in 163 catches for 2,183 yards and 19 touchdowns during that span.

Source: Jets reportedly will part ways with WR Eric Decker as roster changes continue | FOX Sports

 

Andrew Luck hasn't resumed throwing after shoulder surgery. (AP)…there haven’t been many details about Luck’s recovery from the Colts, or perhaps they just don’t know when he’ll return. The Colts have said repeatedly they won’t rush Luck back on the field.

Source: Andrew Luck still has no timetable to resume throwing after surgery

 

As football players and coaches try to wrestle with the challenges associated with head injuries, it’s important to consider carefully the words of the sport’s most influential voices on the situation. Even if those voices choose to say hardly any words at all. That’s what happened on Tuesday, when Patriots coach Bill Belichick finally faced…

Source: Bill Belichick’s full comments on concussions | ProFootballTalk

 

player photoOne of the worst feelings for any traveler is being late for a flight. That’s especially true when your flight is a connection and you’re caught out of the way, somewhere between your starting point and your ultimate destination.  Chad and Mike Johnson came to House’s rescue when he missed a connecting flight to Green Bay

Source: Packers fans drive Davon House to Green Bay for OTAs after he misses his flight – CBSSports.com

 

Quarterback Colin Kaepernick remains apparently overqualified to be a backup, underqualified to be a starter, and ultimately unemployed. Two players from the team he nearly joined a year ago sounded off Tuesday regarding his man-without-a-team status. “I think it’s crazy,” Broncos tight end Virgil Green told reporters. “Kap is a great quarterback. He is a…

Source: A couple of Broncos sound off on Kaepernick’s lingering unemployment | ProFootballTalk

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