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Jets, Broncos should call Eagles

The Eagles claim that Sam Bradford is the team’s starting quarterback. Technically, he currently is. But a lot can change between April 21 and the launch of the regular season. Change could be brought on by Bradford wanting out. Reportedly miffed that the Eagles traded up in their ongoing search for a franchise quarterback (a…

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The 49ers are planning to keep Colin Kaepernick, unless they’re not

With moves being made for quarterbacks elsewhere, the 49ers are hanging onto theirs. Unless, of course, somebody wants him. Via Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com, 49ers General Manager Trent Baalke said, “Nothing’s changed,” when asked about the status of Colin Kaepernick. That means, ostensibly, that he’s on the roster at the moment, with the ability to find…

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Report: Brian Hoyer visiting Broncos next

The quarterback situations with the Broncos and Jets are perhaps the least settled in the league at the moment, so it’s not much of a surprise that both of those teams were mentioned as possible landing spots for Brian Hoyer after he was released by the Texans this week. It’s also not much of a…

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Joe Staley: Whoever is QB will be right man for the job

49ers left tackle Joe Staley is looking forward to playing in the offense that coach Chip Kelly is installing in his first offseason with the team. Staley says that the offense is similar to the one he played in during his college days and that the athleticism that it calls for from tackles “fits my…

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Paxton Lynch visited Broncos Tuesday

The Broncos kicked the tires on draft prospects who grew up or played college football in the greater Denver area on Tuesday, but the presence of those local products will likely be overshadowed by another visitor to the team’s facility. According to multiple reports, Memphis quarterback Paxton Lynch was also in for a visit as…

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Kaepernick’s contract maybe wasn’t so bad, after all

Two years ago, the bad news for 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was that he had accepted a low-end, team-friendly deal under the express assumption that the team would use the extra cap space to attract and retain high-quality players around him. Today, the good news is that the $11.9 million in guaranteed salary for Kaepernick in…

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Carson Wentz, Jared Goff visiting 49ers this week

The 49ers have the No. 7 pick in the first round and their quarterback situation is unsettled, which is a combination that could lead them to select a signal caller later this month. They’ll spend some time this week meeting with the two quarterbacks projected to go off the board at the top of the first…

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Report: 49ers trying to trade Anthony Davis and Antoine Bethea

With so much written in recent weeks about the possibility of the 49ers trading quarterback Colin Kaepernick, he might not be the only 49ers veteran who gets moved. Via Peter King of TheMMQB.com, there’s plenty of draft-month chatter about the 49ers that doesn’t involve their want-away passer. Specifically, one personnel source said they’re not inclined…

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Will Nick Foles be a member of the Rams in 2016?

As the Broncos continue to turn over each and every stone in search of a potential quarterback to compete with Mark Sanchez and Trevor Siemian, here’s a name that hasn’t been mentioned: Rams quarterback Nick Foles. On one hand, Foles already has earned a $6 million roster bonus for 2016, and his $1.75 million base…

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Report: Ryan Clady trade doesn’t impact Colin Kaepernick pursuit

The Broncos shed a big salary 0n Saturday with the trade of tackle Ryan Clady to the Jets, clearing nearly $9 million under the cap for the 2016 season. That cap space will be useful for the Broncos in the coming weeks and months, but it reportedly won’t make a trade for 49ers quarterback Colin…

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Broncos trade Ryan Clady to Jets

The Jets have their new starting left tackle. Ryan Clady has been traded from the Broncos to the Jets, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The trade comes a day after news broke that D’Brickashaw Ferguson, the Jets’ starting left tackle for the last decade, has decided to retire. According to Schefter, the trade will see…

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Broncos’ universe of potential quarterbacks includes Josh McCown

At some point, it will indeed be easier to list the NFL quarterbacks that the Denver Broncos aren’t considering. The latest name to add to the list of the quarterbacks that Denver is exploring belongs to Browns quarterback Josh McCown. Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that the Broncos will consider trading for…

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Broncos have no plans to sign Manziel

Yes, Broncos coach Gary Kubiak has spoken to free-agent quarterback Johnny Manziel. No, the Broncos have no plans to sign him. ESPN has reported that Kubiak has spoken to Manziel regarding the potential fit between Manziel and the defending Super Bowl champions. Mike Klis of 9News.com in Denver has reported — and PFT has confirmed…

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Bowman says 49ers have time before QB situation becomes a distraction

The 49ers’ veteran leader on defense says the Colin Kaepernick situation is not a distraction. Yet. Linebacker Navorro Bowman says that if the 49ers haven’t either fully committed to Kaepernick or traded him away by the time the season starts, that would be a problem. But Bowman doesn’t see that happening. “When the season rolls…

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Gary Kubiak says Broncos are focused on quarterbacks on hand, draft

As the 49ers and Broncos and Colin Kaepernick continue to play poker, at least one guy is ready to hold the cards he’s been dealt in hopes of drawing to something better. During an appearance at a Boy Scout breakfast in Denver this morning, Broncos coach Gary Kubiak said he thought the team was in…

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