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  • Broncos free agency tracker 2020: News, rumors, and updates
    by Ian St. Clair on March 30, 2020 at 10:38 pm

    Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports When it comes to the Denver Broncos and free agency, we have you covered. Check back often for updates on news, reports, and rumors from free agency. Let the Drew Lock era commence. Now that the Denver Broncos have their quarterback of the future, John Elway and the front office can begin to fill the pieces around him. The line we have often heard over the last month or so is the Broncos will buy the defense and build the offense through the NFL Draft. With legal tampering now open, all teams have the right to negotiate all aspects of an NFL player contract with the certified agent of an impending free agent. Figures can be exchanged on a deal, but nothing can be agreed to or announced before the start of free agency at 2 p.m. on Wednesday. On the MHR Radio Podcast, Adam Malnati and I analyze the Broncos moves in free agency and think they’re better now than when the 2019 season ended and actually put them in playoff contention. The first piece of the puzzle was put into place when Denver traded a fourth-round pick to the Jacksonville Jaguars for cornerback A.J. Bouye. As for the rest of the pieces, we will keep Broncos Country up to date on the latest news, reports and rumors on who Elway and Vic Fangio are looking to sign. Check back often for all of the updates. Here is where we sit. Broncos 2020 free agency Broncos cap space: $18,479,354 (Top 51). Broncos unrestricted free agents: Chris Harris Jr., Derek Wolfe, Ron Leary, Shelby Harris, Theo Riddick, Casey Kreiter, Adam Gotsis, Billy Winn, Cyrus Jones, Jeremiah Attaochu, Corey Nelson, Devontae Booker, Connor McGovern, Dymonte Thomas, Will Parks, and Dadi Nicolas. Broncos free agent signings March 16: Legal tampering period begins. March 16: Mike Klis reports the Broncos are signing offensive lineman Graham Glasgow. Details are four years, $44 million, with $26 million guaranteed. March 17: Brandon Krisztal reports the Broncos will sign Jeff Driskel as their backup quarterback. It was confirmed by Klis. March 18: The league year opens at 2 p.m. MT. March 18: Benjamin Allbright reports the Broncos are signing cornerback De’Vante Bausby to a one-year deal. March 18: Here are the contract details for Driskel. March 18: Klis reports Denver will give a second-round tender, $3.25 million, to Mike Purcell. March 20: Looks like the Broncos are finalizing a deal with running back Melvin Gordon. Ian Rapoport reports Denver signed Gordon to a two-year deal worth $16 million, with $13.5 million guaranteed. March 20: The Broncos made the signing of Bausby official. March 20: Here are Gordon’s contract details with the Broncos. March 21: Klis reports the Broncos have signed tight end Nick Vannett. Rapoport adds that it’s a two-year deal. Here are the contract details. March 21: The Broncos bring back linebacker Joe Jones on a one-year deal. Troy Renck had the news first. March 22: Here are Bausby’s contract details with the Broncos. March 23: The Broncos made the signing of Glasgow official. March 23: Adam Schefter reports the Broncos are signing Jeremiah Attaochu to a one-year deal. March 24: Mike Garafolo reports Denver will sign punter Sam Martin to a three-year deal. March 25: Here are Martin’s contract details with the Broncos. March 26: Denver made the signing of Gordon official. March 26: The Broncos made the signing of Driskel official. March 27: Denver made official the signings of Jones and defensive lineman Joel Heath. March 27: Krisztal reports the Broncos will sign Shelby Harris to a one-year deal. Nicki Jhabvala confirmed it. March 30: The Broncos made the signing of Attaochu official. March 30: The Broncos made the signing of Martin official. Broncos trades March 3: Broncos trade fourth-round pick for cornerback A.J. Bouye. March 17: Mike Klis reports that the Broncos have traded Andy Janovich to the Cleveland Browns for a 2021 seventh-round pick. March 18: Klis reports Denver is trading a late-round draft pick to the Tennessee Titans for defensive lineman Jurrell Casey. The compensation is a seventh-round pick (that is straight criminal). March 18: The Broncos made the trade for Bouye official. March 19: Denver makes the trade for Casey official. Broncos free agency news and rumors March 2: Broncos place second-round tender on offensive lineman Elijah Wilkinson. March 13: Contract options for Von Miller, Todd Davis, and Brandon McManus picked up by Broncos. Team declines option for Ronald Leary. March 14: Chris Harris admitted that the door to returning to Broncos has been closed. Monday March 16: The Miami Dolphins may go after Connor McGovern when legal tampering opens. March 16: Cecil Lammey thinks D.J. Reader, Graham Glasgow and Nick Kwiatkoski will be the top targets for the Broncos as legal tampering opens. March 16: Now that the negotiation window is open, Josina Anderson reports the Dallas Cowboys, Buffalo Bills, New York Jets and Las Vegas Raiders are showing interest in Harris. March 16: According to Allbright and Pro Football Network, the Broncos are “all-in” on Reader. March 16: The Broncos won’t tender restricted free agent quarterback Brandon Allen. Though Denver will try to re-sign him. March 16: Klis reports the Broncos are working on a one-year deal with restricted free agent cornerback De’Vante Bausby. March 16: Sure looks like Kwiatkoski is headed to the Raiders. And it’s been confirmed by Ian Rapoport. March 16: According to Klis, keep an eye on the Broncos and the running back market. Denver had preliminary interest into David Johnson. March 16: Seems like Derek Wolfe could be saying good bye and thank you to the Broncos and Broncos Country. Troy Renck talked to Wolfe and it’s just a thank you. March 16: Klis reports the Broncos officially placed a second-round tender on Wilkinson. March 16: Klis reports Denver has given exclusive rights FA tenders to Diontae Spencer, Tim Patrick, Shakial Taylor and Trey Marshall, March 16: Klis reports the Broncos are signing offensive lineman Glasgow. Details are four years, $44 million, with $26 million guaranteed. March 16: Allbright said some targets for the Broncos: Reader, Prince Amukamara, Mike Remmers, and Jordan Howard. March 16: Klis reports that the Broncos did make an offer to McGovern but pulled it after they signed Glasgow. McGovern will be moving on. March 16: Klis reports that Denver remains in discussions with Reader. March 16: Allbright said on Broncos Country Tonight that the Broncos are in the final four for Reader, but a team could sneak in. March 16: Allbright also said on Broncos Country Tonight that Denver is looking at Jarran Reed. March 16: Klis reports the Broncos are trying to work out a deal with restricted free agent Mike Purcell. If no agreement is reached the team will tender the nose tackle, though it’s unclear if it will be a second-round tender or an original-round tender. Tuesday March 17: Klis reported in his Glasgow story the Broncos are in the market for defensive lineman Quinton Jefferson and cornerback Kevin Johnson. March 17: The Broncos officially announced they placed a second-round tender on Wilkinson and tendered four exclusive rights free agents. March 17: Nicki Jhabavla reports Denver is looking for a backup quarterback, and it could find it in free agency or by re-signing Allen. She also said Joe Flacco is still on the roster but the June 1 designation is back in play with the new CBA. March 17: Joe Schobert, a potential linebacker target for the Broncos, has signed with the Jaguars. March 17: Howard is closing in on a deal with the Dolphins. Howard had been linked to Denver. March 17: Reader, the Broncos top target on the defensive line, is headed to the Bengals. Sounds like the total value between the Bengals and Denver on the Reader deal was “fairly significant.” March 17: Jeff Legwald tweeted that Denver could still look at defensive line and running back on a short-term deal. He also said there is some value among cornerbacks as well. March 17: McGovern is headed to the New York Jets, according to Manish Mehta. Tom Pelissero adds it’s a three-year deal worth $27 million. March 17: Klis reports that the Broncos have traded Andy Janovich to the Cleveland Browns for a 2021 seventh-round pick. March 17: Jefferson is signing with the Bills. Klis reports Denver made an offer on Monday night but moved on Tuesday. March 17: Brandon Krisztal reports the Broncos will sign Jeff Driskel as their backup quarterback. It was confirmed by Klis. March 17: Klis reports that the Driskel signing all but guarantees Denver moves on from Flacco — either by release or trade. And it could happen by week’s end. Wednesday March 18: Benjamin Allbright reports the Broncos are signing cornerback De’Vante Bausby to a one-year deal. March 18: Allbright says that cornerbacks Amukamara and Nickell Robey-Coleman are still in play for Denver. March 18: Klis reports Denver is trading for Jurrell Casey from the Tennessee Titans for a Day Three draft pick. The compensation is a seventh-round pick. March 18: Here are the contract details for Driskel. March 18: Linval Joseph, who had been linked to the Broncos, is signing with the Los Angeles Chargers. With the addition of Casey, doubtful Denver would have signed him. March 18: Klis reports Denver will give a second-round tender, $3.25 million, to Mike Purcell. March 18: The Broncos will also tender Jake Rodgers. March 18: The Chargers and New Orleans Saints are in the mix for Chris Harris. March 18: Josina Anderson reports that Harris is headed to the Chargers. March 18: The Broncos made the trade for Bouye official. March 18: Troy Renck reports the Broncos will bring back linebacker Joe Jones on a one-year deal. Renck adds that Denver will look to add another cornerback in free agency. March 18: Pierce is headed to the Vikings. Since the Broncos traded for Casey and tendered Purcell, they probably bowed out. Thursday March 19: Wolfe has had discussions with the New England Patriots. March 19: The Broncos informed Flacco that he is being waived with a failed physical designation, according to Adam Schefter. Here’s an update on Denver’s salary cap after the Flacco cut from Klis. March 19: Update and clarification on linebacker Joe Jones. March 19: Sounds like Melvin Gordon and the Bills have mutual interest. There have been rumors linking Gordon to the Broncos. And then Mike Garafolo shoots that down. March 19: Denver makes the trade for Casey official. March 19: Kevin Johnson is headed to the Browns. The cornerback had been linked to the Broncos. Friday March 20: Looks like the Broncos are finalizing a deal with running back Melvin Gordon. Ian Rapoport reports Denver signed Gordon to a two-year deal worth $16 million, with $13.5 million guaranteed. March 20: The Broncos made the signing of Bausby official. March 20: Here are Gordon’s contract details with the Broncos. Saturday March 21: Broncos are interested in XFL quarterback P.J. Walker. March 21: Will Parks is signing a one-year deal the Philadelphia Eagles. March 21: Klis reports the Broncos have signed tight end Nick Vannett. Rapoport adds that it’s a two-year deal. Here are the contract details. March 21: The Broncos bring back linebacker Joe Jones on a one-year deal. Troy Renck had the news first. Sunday March 22: The Broncos restructured the contract of Bryce Callahan to free up $1.8 million in cap space. March 22: Here are Bausby’s contract details with the Broncos. Monday March 23: The Broncos made the signing of Glasgow official. March 23: Schefter reports the Broncos are signing Attaochu to a one-year deal. Tuesday March 24: Mike Garafolo reports Denver will sign punter Sam Martin to a three-year deal. Wednesday March 25: Here are Martin’s contract details with the Broncos. Thursday March 26: Denver made the signing of Gordon official. March 26: The Broncos made the signing of Driskel official. Friday March 27: Denver made official the signings of Jones and defensive lineman Joel Heath. March 27: Krisztal reports the Broncos will sign Shelby Harris to a one-year deal. Nicki Jhabvala confirmed it. Saturday March 28: Wolfe is signing with the Baltimore Ravens. Monday March 30: The Broncos made the signing of Attaochu official. March 30: The Broncos made the signing of Martin official. NFL free agency live updates Tweets from https://twitter.com/MileHighReport/lists/the-broncos-beat

  • 2020 NFL Draft profile: Alabama OT Jedrick Wills
    by Just_JoRo on March 30, 2020 at 1:00 pm

    Jedrick Wills brings a finishers mentality to the field. | Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images The crimson dancing bear. The Denver Broncos should consider Jedrick Wills if he is still available when they pick fifteenth overall. If the Broncos’ 2020 season started today, the starting offensive line would feature Garett Bolles at left tackle, Dalton Risner at right guard, Ja’Wuan James at right tackle, and some combination of Patrick Morris, Elijah Wilkinson, and Graham Glasgow at center and right guard. It isn’t the worst offensive line in the league, but there’s definitely questions. Jedrick Wills would provide a few answers. Wills has the tape best of any offensive lineman in this class. Scouting Report: Good athleticism, has the feet, hands, and core you want from a tackle prospect. Very good competitive toughness, opponents will hate him. Very good play strength, does not want for power in any facet of his game. Good mental processing, he recognizes stunts, twists, and games before they come his way. Good hands, when he gets his mitts on you it’s probably over. Elite gap blocker, he’ll bury you coming downhill. If you need a tough yard, he’s your guy. Good zone blocker who can serve as a rock wall, could improve on backside. Elite pass blocker, Alabama routinely forgot about him on an island. Elite anchor, he should stonewall bull rushers from day 1. Adequate height, under the 50th percentile for a tackle. Rumors at Combine that teams had taken him off tackle board for fear over mental acuity. Jedrick Wills is a OT prospect in the 2020 draft class out of Alabama.He posted a great #RAS with poor size, great speed, elite explosiveness, at the OT position.https://t.co/p9G06Do0HQ pic.twitter.com/C0Zp1BDhaO— Kent Lee Platte (@MathBomb) February 29, 2020 What I’ve heard/read: NFL Draft & Combine Profile - Jedrick Wills | NFL.com Wills falls below the height/length norm for tackles, but his quick, well-timed punches and varied approach prevent defenders from finding rush rhythms and using length against him. Agility and body control allow him to handle move-blocking duties successfully, but his leverage and elite transference of power from hips to his hands provide a big advantage as a body mover at the point of attack. His desire to control each snap occasionally leads to over-sets and lunging in an effort to stay ahead of opponents. Wills is one of the most impressive tackles in the draft; he has basketball-caliber foot quickness and the quick hands of a boxer, and all of it is wrapped in a stout, powerful package of bad intentions. His game is tailor-made for the NFL, and his range of success is good starter to All-Pro. Jedrick Wills OT Alabama - Draft Player Profile | The Draft Network - Jordan Reid There aren’t too many prospects that entered the pre-draft process with a hotter stock than Jedrick Wills. Playing only right tackle during his career with the Tide, his development went through the roof from his sophomore to junior seasons. That leap is what made evaluators highly intrigued with his skill set. A junkyard dog mentality carries over as both a run blocker and pass protector. His awareness and savvy flow throughout all types of situations in games, but it’s his mindset that sets him apart from the others in this class. A part of a loaded offensive tackle class, Wills name is right near the top. The jury is still out on whether or not he can transition to left tackle, but at worst, he’s a day one starter that can fulfill the requirements on the right side, but he also brings added nastiness immediately to an entire unit. Jedrick Wills OT Alabama - Draft Player Profile | The Draft Network - Kyle Crabbs Jedrick Willis is a plug and play Pro Bowl caliber OT in the NFL. Wills has surreal ability as a pass protector, he’s violent, he’s controlled, he’s smooth and he’s smart. Wills plays with a chip on his shoulder and brings the kind of attitude adjustment up front that can make wakes and change the demeanor of an offensive line. Supremely gifted, Wills is especially attractive to teams that push the ball vertically, as his movement skills allow him to shine on an island in pass protection. STUD. Jedrick Wills OT Alabama - Draft Player Profile | The Draft Network - Drae Harris In the NFL he is a starting RT, with true positional flexibility to kick Inside to Guard. He has the intellect, competitiveness and technique to play Left Tackle in a pinch, however I do not believe his skill set is ideally suited here. He plays in an offense with pro concepts already and will have no issues with adaptability in the NFL PFF Draft Guide - Mike Renner Wills is one of the most explosive and agile offensive tackles you’ll ever see. That’s a winning combination at tackle in the NFL. 2020 NFL Scouting Combine: Latest news & rumors around the NFL | PFN Moving in the other direction is Jedrick Wills, as teams are concerned about his ability to mentally process a complex blocking scheme. Some teams now project Wills to guard. Wherever he lines up, Wills will be a force in the running game. Why he fits In their first season under Mike Munchak, the Broncos’ offensive line moved towards more gap concepts than fans have seen in recent memory. With Pat Shurmur the new offensive coordinator that should only continue. Jedrick Wills will shine on down blocks and has the technique and savvy to hold his own on an island in pass protection, which can free up the scheme to help others. He enters the league ready to start and would provide an instant impact somewhere on the line. Garett Bolles is entering the last year of his rookie contract and the Broncos have no decided on his fifth year option. Ja’Wuan James is entering year two and Elway could cut his losses on the big ticket free agent as early as 2021. Between them, there are questions that a top tier offensive lineman could help. With Wills’ potential to push one of the tackles or slide inside and serve as an answer at guard this season, he should be in high demand. Wills could immediately upgrade the entire offensive line. Final Thoughts On my final Broncos’ big board, Jedrick Wills is a top five player. Personally I hope the rumors out of the Combine spook teams 1-14 into getting him to slip to Denver and Elway scoops up a steal.

  • Greatest Broncos games of the 2010s: Texans at Broncos, 12/26/2010
    by Tim Lynch on March 30, 2020 at 12:00 pm

    An ode to the Josh McDaniels era. He was a terrible coach. A terrible general manager. And terrible for the Denver Broncos. But without him, we wouldn’t have Tim Tebow. We’re starting a series of 24 posts covering the greatest Denver Broncos games of the 2010s and we’re doing this chronologically. While most of our games will involve one Peyton Manning, there will be a good chunk of Tim Tebow early on. In fact, the earliest game to make the final 24 cut involves his first comeback win and the teams first win of the post-Josh McDaniels era. Let’s set the stage for this game. The Broncos were coming off a fourth quarter collapse the week before to the Oakland Raiders. The score was tied 20-20 late in the third, but the Raiders ripped off 19 points to the Broncos 3 to run away with it 39-23. Not quite as bad as the 59-14 home defeat Denver suffered to their hated rival earlier in the season, but a loss is a loss. They came home to the Houston Texans in Week 16 and promptly found no offense of note. Down 17-0 at halftime, the Broncos began to mount a second half comeback. Still down 23-10 to start the fourth quarter, the legend of Tim Tebow would begin. Watch NFL Gamepass: Texans at Broncos, 11/14/2010 The first drive should have ended after Tebow was sacked, but a phantom defensive holding call on the Texans gave the Broncos an automatic first down at midfield. That set the Broncos off on their way as three plays later on third and nine Tebow found Brandon Llyod for an 18 yard gain. And in true Tebow fashion, he’d have the Broncos in another third and long fashion three plays later. Needing 14 yards for a first down, Tebow played the perfect screen fake one side and went the other way to Correll Buckhalter for a big play and a big touchdown to cut the lead to 23-17. After a big stop by the Broncos defense, Tebow and the offense would get the ball back halfway through the fourth quarter and would run and pass his ways down the field on a 12-play, 72 yard drive that would be capped with second and goal quarterback keeper for the go-ahead score. The touchdown would come on play after then-rookie Kareem Jackson would break up a throw in the end zone to Eddie Royal. Tebow famously called out to his coaches that no one but him gets the ball on this play. The Texans had a chance to win it late, but a pass to Owen Daniels bounced off the helmet of Brian Dawkins and into the arms of Syd’Quan Thompson for the game-sealing interception. This game makes the list because it was the first game where Broncos Country felt the wounds made during the Josh McDaniels era would heal and Tim Tebow Time the bandage we all needed.

  • Best characters in Broncos history
    by Ian St. Clair on March 30, 2020 at 11:00 am

    Photo by Al Pereira/Getty Images From Shannon Sharpe and Peyton Manning to Lyle Alzado and Tom Jackson, these guys brought entertainment to Broncos Country. When it comes to sports, you don’t often think about characters. After all, it’s real life with real people. When it comes to football, the only script comes from the plays called on offense and defense. But when you think about it like entertainment, and that’s what sports are, a good character adds so much. On the MHR Radio Podcast, Adam Malnati and I listed some of the best characters in Denver Broncos history. I got the inspiration for the idea while watching NFL Network on Sunday and the list of the 100 greatest characters in NFL history. At the top of the list is Shannon Sharpe. What made Sharpe so great was he always backed it up on the field and it was always fun. Think of when he called the President when the Broncos were killing the New England Patriots. Another obvious choice is Tom Jackson. He was Sharpe before Sharpe for the Orange Crush Defense. His teammate might have been an even bigger character, and that was Lyle Alzado. The other name I’ll throw out is Peyton Manning. He was and is the perfect character. Is serious and an ultra-competitive guy, but also knows how to joke, prank and rib like a pro. It was a fun discussion that hopefully helps people laugh. What do you think, Broncos Country, who are some of the best characters in the franchise’s history?

  • Virtual ‘high-five’ shows Broncos Country’s deep roots
    by Jess Place on March 30, 2020 at 10:00 am

    Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports Fans show their love of Broncos Country throughout the years. On Sunday, Twitter pulsed to life with a flurry of throwback tweets from Broncos Country. Maybe it’s the quarantine or the monotony of seeing the same familiar faces every day for the last couple weeks (or both), but something struck me seeing all these old photographs of Broncos fandom from over the years: Although we may far apart in the physical world, Broncos Country is still stronger than ever. It all started out with a great idea and a tweet from @MileHighMems... Let’s all share a virtual high-five! Share a childhood photo of you in orange and blue - RT to get this thing rolling. This was about 1985 i think. pic.twitter.com/4Bfo1vNpC7— Mile High Memories (@MileHighMems) March 28, 2020 1990 pic.twitter.com/rL33ivD2BM— Bridget (@denbron77) March 29, 2020 My dad and I in '91, getting the Mile High Magic started young! pic.twitter.com/PsByazqUSS— Zeke Perez Jr. (@NerdsThatZeke) March 28, 2020 Suffering thru a Super Bowl loss. pic.twitter.com/nxCmTHEhPj— Maury Hoefer (@hoefer7) March 29, 2020 1978 pic.twitter.com/flnNKxlRAk— Molly Fritts (@BroncosSpartans) March 29, 2020 1987 pic.twitter.com/rAL2mKa3qL— Ayla (@JustAyla_) March 29, 2020 pic.twitter.com/5aeGwFpkX9— DCstyles22 (@Cmon_Fella) March 29, 2020 @MileHighMems Christmas 1987 pic.twitter.com/kGh2FREh89— Broncos Off Season Mode (@broncosretweets) March 29, 2020 Before attending my first game, Denver-Dallas preseason 2000, with my Grandpa pic.twitter.com/VuqHJqj8Mg— KG (@kginley60) March 28, 2020 Pic of me is probably from 1992-1993... Pic of my dad is likely from 86-87. https://t.co/XphJoU4Je7 pic.twitter.com/FETLTnEvKa— MileHighGreco (@MileHighGreco) March 29, 2020 Not to be outdone, here’s mine! My hair still looks the same. Me and my sweet sister @clairealli in 1982ish? Rock in’ the orange and blue since before ‘82! pic.twitter.com/tSW48i64yM— Jess Place (@Jezru) March 29, 2020 Post your old-timey Broncos fan pics below and tweet it to @MileHighMems, they’re a terrific Twitter follow. HORSE TRACKS Ask Aric: Where A.J. Bouye, Jurrell Casey would've ranked among the NFL's top free agentsAric DiLalla also plots out the offensive line, explains why Noah Fant is the team’s clear starter at tight end and takes a look at the Denver's existing wide receiver depth. A behind-the-scenes look at how John Elway and the Broncos built a star-studded free-agent classDespite unusual circumstances, the Broncos added major pieces to their roster. Super Bowl MVP Terrell Davis donates $400K worth of products to Feeding America: ‘Leading by example’ | FOX6Now.com(FOX NEWS) -- Two-time Super Bowl champion Terrell Davis is stepping up to help those impacted by the coronavirus, vowing to donate around $400,000 worth of products from his sports performance beverage and wellness company. Ex-Broncos DE Derek Wolfe, Ravens agree to 1-year deal‪Former Denver Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe has reached an agreement on a one-year deal worth up to $6 million with the Baltimore Ravens. The deal includes $3 million guaranteed, with $3 million in incentives. The addition of Wolfe comes one day after the Ravens were unable to finalize a deal with Michael Brockers. There was an issue with Brockers' injured ankle, and the sides couldn't agree on a revised deal, a source said. Baltimore has made it a priority to reshape its defensive front. The Ravens acquired defensive end Calais Campbell from the Jacksonville Jaguars, traded defensive end Chris Wormley to the Pittsburgh Steelers and watched defensive tackle Michael Pierce sign with the 49ers re-sign versatile offensive lineman Ben GarlandThe San Francisco 49ers have officiallly re-signed versatile interior offensive lineman Ben Garland to a one-year deal boosting their offensive line depth. Browns news: Baker Mayfield could be benched, claims ex-Cleveland QBThe Cleveland Browns have every intention of entering the 2020 NFL season with former No. 1 overall pick Baker Mayfield under center. Rams have lost several key players, say that was part of the plan - ProFootballTalk PFT Sunday (and maybe only this Sunday) mailbag - ProFootballTalk Teams can have plenty of pre-draft communication with prospects - ProFootballTalk Source - Redskins get former Eagles corner Ronald DarbyThe Redskins have agreed to a one-year deal with former Eagles cornerback Ronald Darby. Rams' Brandin Cooks rattles fans with cryptic tweets; Cooper Kupp jumps in to clarify - CBSSports.comQuarantine is making us all a little crazy Patriots' Stephon Gilmore 'not surprised' by Tom Brady's departure, compliments Jarrett Stidham - CBSSports.comUnlike many, Gilmore wasn't surprised by Brady's decision to take his talents to Tampa Bay Lions agree to terms with former Packers wide receiver Geronimo Allison, per report - CBSSports.comThe Lions add another target for Stafford

 

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