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Refrigerator Perry may be watching the goings on in Denver and want a re-do.

Source: Where’s the Beef? It’s in Denver and the bulls are growing by the week. • Denver Broncos Zone


Broncos' Jamaal Charles has put K.C. in his rearview mirrorDenver Broncos running back Jamaal Charles is being given a chance to rehab and get healthy before having his health evaluated during training camp.

Source: Progress report: Jamaal Charles not participating in OTAs during knee rehab


If the Denver Broncos are to become one, the weaker half must get stronger.  As was evident both in their Super Bowl 50 run two years ago and slump to playoff-missing, 9-7 record last year, the Broncos’ stronger half is their bully-filled defense.

Source: Broncos offense trying to agitate its way back to even with defense |


Sharpe says Brady “might play five or six more years, but it’s not going to be with the Patriots.”

Source: Shannon Sharpe explains why Tom Brady could be entering his final season as a Patriot | FOX Sports


After a photograph of future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning departing the White House after reportedly golfing with President Donald Trump circulated over the weekend, some in the NFL, busy with OTAs and other offseason shenanigans, started talking about it. When I asked one AFC general manager his thoughts about the picture, he texted back, succinctly: “Peyton Manning will be president one day.

Source: Mike Freeman’s 10-Point Stance: Could Peyton Manning Make a Run for President? | Bleacher Report

The Texans made it to the playoffs last year with very limited contributions from J.J. Watt, thanks to significant contributions from Jadeveon Clowney. This year, with Watt and Clowney both possibly healthy and dominant at the same time, things could get very interesting — and challenging — for those who’ll be facing the Houston defense.…

Source: Texans look forward to having healthy Watt, Clowney at the same time | ProFootballTalk


Odell Beckham reportedly wants a new long-term contract. (AP)This shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. Beckham is still on his rookie deal and his salary this season is only about $1.84 million. Even with a massive endorsement contract from Nike, Beckham is significantly underpaid by his primary employer. Beckham has 4,122 yards and 35 touchdowns through three seasons and is one of the best receivers in the NFL.

Source: Surprise, surprise: Odell Beckham reportedly wants a new contract


Dennis Pitta’s NFL career appears to be over. His time with the Ravens is definitely over. The Ravens announced today that Pitta’s contract has been terminated after he suffered the third serious hip injury of his career at Organized Team Activities. The team said Pitta was released with an injury waiver. The release gives Pitta…

Source: Ravens release Dennis Pitta after hip injury | ProFootballTalk



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