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Broncos will meet with Drew Lock

Dwayne Haskins said on Wednesday that he has a private meeting lined up with the Broncos and he’s not the only quarterback prospect who will be spending time with the team in the near future. Mike Klis of KUSA reports that Drew Lock will also meet with the team as they sift through their options [more]

Dwayne Haskins has four more private meetings set up

The Giants may have gotten the first crack at a private meeting with Dwayne Haskins, but they’ll be far from the last. According to Aditi Kinkhabwhala of NFL Network, the Ohio State quarterback said he also has four other meetings scheduled (though there could always be more). Specifically, Haskins mentioned the Raiders (who pick fourth [more]

Chad Kelly pleads guilty to trespassing, won’t go to prison

Former Broncos quarterback Chad Kelly and prosecutors reached a plea agreement to settle trespassing charges stemming from an October 2018 arrest. Kelly pleaded guilty to misdemeanor second-degree trespassing in a Colorado courtroom on Wednesday. Kelly had previously pleaded not guilty to a felony first-degree trespassing charge, but that was dismissed as part of the agreement. [more]

49ers hire Dustin Little as head trainer

The San Francisco 49ers announced on Tuesday they have hired Dustin Little as their new head athletic trainer. Little comes to the 49ers from the Denver Broncos, where he spent the last five seasons serving in various roles. He was the team’s assistant athletic trainer/physical therapist (2014-15), director of rehabilitation/assistant athletic trainer/DPT (2016-17) and director [more]

Jeff Heuerman calls the Broncos a playoff team in 2019

Guarantees have far less cachet than they one did. Fifth years after Joe Namath made the ultimate sports promise, no-downside vows of success show up anywhere and everywhere. The latest comes from a team that currently is pegged for the basement of the AFC West. Mike Klis of 9News.com asked tight end Jeff Heuerman whether [more]

Raiders showing interest in linebacker Brandon Marshall

Add another defender to the list of free agents the Oakland Raiders are looking into. According to Mike Klis of 9News, the Raiders are interested in former Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall. Marshall, 29, has been a consistent presence in Denver’s defense over the last five seasons. He appeared in 68 games over that span [more]

Vikings trying to bring back Trevor Siemian

The Vikings are attempting to keep backup quarterback Trevor Siemian in Minnesota. According to Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press, the Vikings are trying to re-sign Siemian to continue to serve as a backup to starter Kirk Cousins. The Vikings dealt a fifth-round pick to the Denver Broncos last March to add Siemian [more]

Looking at the NFL’s biggest non-Super Bowl upsets

So they wanted to come up with a way to get me to acknowledge the looming college basketball tournament during PFT Live and the best way to do it was to use the event as the starting point for a PFT Live draft. The subject of the draft, in honor of the possibility that one [more]

John Elway was willing to let Matt Paradis walk because of ankle

The Panthers were eager to add former Broncos center Matt Paradis, for their one foray into outside free agency. But his old team didn’t sound interested in investing him at all. Via CBSSports.com, Broncos executive John Elway said he had “big concerns” about his former center’s medical report. Paradis suffered a broken fibula in early [more]

Free agency winners often cautionary tales

It would be inaccurate to say you can’t win a Super Bowl by banking heavily on free agency. But it is rare. John Clayton of the Washington Post points out that the Broncos’ generous spending helped them to a Super Bowl 50 title, otherwise the big winners in March seldom duplicate that success in January [more]

Cardinals sign Max Garcia

The Cardinals announced Saturday they signed offensive guard Max Garcia to a one-year contract. He will provide depth behind projected starters Justin Pugh and J.R. Sweezy. Sweezy signed with the Cardinals earlier this week. Garcia tore an anterior cruciate ligament during a practice in mid-November, so he still is rehabbing. He spent the past four [more]

Vic Fangio drew Bryce Callahan to Denver

Cornerback Bryce Callahan has joined the Broncos, and the reason for it is simple: Vic Fangio has become the head coach of the Broncos. “There were a couple of teams involved in the second wave of free agency,” Callahan told reporters after signing with Denver. “The Broncos were always my top pick because of Fangio [more]

Bryce Callahan agrees to terms with Broncos

Well, that didn’t take long. Not long after news broke that Bryce Callahan is in Denver for a visit comes word from Dianna Russini of ESPN that the cornerback has agreed to a deal with the Broncos. It’s a three-year, $21 million deal that includes $10 million fully guaranteed, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. [more]

Bryce Callahan visits Broncos

Cornerback Bryce Callahan is one of the top remaining players on PFT’s list of top-100 free agents. He has begun his visits. Callahan is taking a trip to Denver, Ryan O’Halloran of The Denver Post reports. Callahan played for Vic Fangio in Chicago. Callahan, 27, spent his first four seasons with the Bears. He appeared [more]

Bucs sign Shaq Barrett, re-sign Rakeem Nunez-Roches

The Buccaneers retained one player from last year’s defense on Friday while also adding someone else to the unit. The new addition is linebacker Shaq Barrett. According to multiple reports that have been confirmed by PFT, the Bucs have signed Barrett to a one-year deal for $5 million. Barrett visited the Bengals this week, but [more]

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