In Case You Missed It, News around the NFL

It’s not 12 Days of Christmas, but it’s close. 12 Days of TC.

Source: 2017 Denver Broncos Training Camp Schedule open to the public. • Denver Broncos Zone


A look at the Denver OL going into Training Camp.

Source: One position ‘battle’ may end in default before it ever begins. • Denver Broncos Zone


Derek Carr's new deal is worth $25 million per year. (AP)This is also big news for Las Vegas. This means the Las Vegas Raiders, whenever that move becomes official (the new stadium is reportedly scheduled to be done in 2020), will have a signature player to market to a new fanbase. It’s weird to think about it this way, but other than the actual relocation, this is the first major news story in Las Vegas Raiders history.

Source: Derek Carr’s extension makes him highest paid NFL player ever


The Kansas City Chiefs have undergone a dramatic turnaround during Andy Reid’s first four years as head coach, and the organization rewarded him for his work Thursday, signing him to an extension.  Reid has coached the Chiefs the past four years.

Source: Kansas City Chiefs sign coach Andy Reid to extension, part ways with GM


Tom Brady (right) has trouble with a sumo wrestler. (via Instagram)On a recent trip to Tokyo, Brady, in connection with Under Armour, took on a sumo wrestler, who did what the AFC East hasn’t been able to do since 2001: shut down Brady thoroughly, completely, and definitively.

Source: Tom Brady throws down with a sumo wrestler, and it doesn’t go well


The Rams’ decision to cut defensive tackle Tyrunn Walker today came just moments before news broke that he is under investigation in a sexual assault case in Louisiana, where he grew up and previously played for the Saints. The New Orleans Advocate reports that two women told police they were drinking with Walker and another…

Source: Tyrunn Walker under investigation for sexual assault | ProFootballTalk


The Jets confirmed Christopher Johnson will become chairman and CEO if the Senate confirms Woody Johnson as U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain. President Donald Trump nominated the Jets owner on Thursday, 153 days after he unofficially named Johnson to the diplomatic post. Christopher Johnson, Woody’s brother and also a team owner, will directly oversee all…

Source: Woody Johnson nominated for Ambassador to UK, with brother set to run Jets | ProFootballTalk

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