In Case You Missed It, News around the NFL

Denver Broncos safety, and resident of Stuart, Florida, Justin Simmons has two events planned for Saturday. One with USA Football,…

Source: Live in Florida and want to meet rising star, Justin Simmons? • Denver Broncos Zone


The payouts included $5 million for a qualifying diagnosis of ALS and $4 million for a qualifying diagnosis of chronic traumatic encepalopathy, or CTE. By the terms of the settlement, this means that both players played at least five years and are at least 45 years old. Also, since CTE can only be diagnosed after death, the $4 million will be paid to the player’s estate.

Source: First two NFL concussion claims combine for $9 million


Celebrity Golf event is organized to assist in the mission of the TJ Ward Foundation.

Source: Golf for charity with Broncos safety TJ Ward • Denver Broncos Zone


The Jaguars claimed cornerback Taurean Nixon off waivers from the Broncos. To make room on the roster, they released cornerback Jeremy Cutrer. The Broncos selected Nixon in the seventh round of the 2015 draft out of Tulane. Nixon, 26, spent most of his rookie season on Denver’s practice squad before being promoted to the 53-player…

Source: Jaguars claim CB Taurean Nixon off waivers | ProFootballTalk


ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) The final day of the offseason program for the Oakland Raiders was a time for the backups to shine.

Source: Del Rio sends Raiders into 6-week break with message | FOX Sports


On Wednesday, Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman faced the media for the first time since a rocky offseason that saw him on the trading block.  On Thursday, coach Pete Carroll gave Sherman high marks for his performance. “Are we over that?” Carroll told reporters regarding the ESPN The Magazine article that recently stirred up plenty of…

Source: Pete Carroll is “really proud” of how Richard Sherman handled the media on Wednesday | ProFootballTalk


Brock Osweiler is with his third team in as many years as he continues to search for a home in the NFL. It looked like he’d be the Texans’ long-term answer at quarterback last offseason when he signed a massive free-agent contract, but they shipped him to the Browns back in March –  sending Cleveland a second-round pick to do so.  Osweiler never seemed to fit in Houston.

Source: Did Brock Osweiler just blame the Texans’ coaches for his bad fundamentals? | FOX Sports

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