In Case You Missed It, News around the NFL

ICYMI: Several Broncos have various events going on today. Go to the Giving Back page to see more. From golf to youth camps to meet and greets in Colorado, Alabama, Missouri and Florida.

John Elway and Bronco players meet Air Force members. (Photos courtesy USAA)

Source: USAA and the Denver Broncos continue to be leaders in saluting the military. • Denver Broncos Zone

 

The biggest thing we’ve learned is that the offense seems destined to rebound from the Kubiak experiment.

Source: School’s out for Summer! Here’s a Spring Recap of position groups. • Denver Broncos Zone

 

The lawyer plotting possible litigation against the NFL and the Raiders arising from the team’s plan to leave Oakland could be getting a few key partners for the effort. Via Daniel Kaplan of SportsBusiness Daily, lawyer Jim Quinn said that the “fully expects” Oakland and other local governmental entities to take part in the effort…

Source: Lawyer expects governmental entities to join potential lawsuit against Raiders | ProFootballTalk

 

Philip Rivers walks off the field after Thursday's minicamp practice, the last in San Diego before the team moves. (AP)Sad to me is probably too strong of a word,” Rivers said. “There are a lot of things that are sad that people are dealing with. Sad is probably a little too strong. But [it has been] emotional…. Sad is not the word, but I think thankful. Shoot, it’s been awesome.”

Source: Philip Rivers emotional as Chargers finish last practice in San Diego

 

Doug Williams has just been promoted to oversee the personnel department in Washington, but he realizes that the biggest move the team can make is one that Williams can’t necessarily do a lot about. That move is signing quarterback Kirk Cousins to a long-term contract, and Williams indicated that the ball is in Cousins’ court…

Source: Doug Williams hopes Kirk Cousins “looks at the big picture” and signs | ProFootballTalk

 

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Police say Vikings wide receiver Michael Floyd has been flagged for failed alcohol tests that are part of his monitoring for house arrest in Minnesota.

Source: Vikings player Floyd denies reports of flagged alcohol tests | FOX Sports

 

Jameis Winston and Mike Evans at the Buccaneers' recent minicamp. (AP)Jameis — no one has higher expectations for his performance than he does. I mean, he’s aiming to be elite, not just one of 32. And because he has such high expectations, and we have high expectations, it’s a never-ending process.

Source: Jameis Winston wasn’t happy Bucs minicamp practice ended early

 

Osweiler’s proving to be much more than a throw-in piece in a draft pick swap.

Source: Brock Osweiler looks like a legit factor in the Cleveland Browns’ QB battle, not a salary dump

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