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League Player News

  • 3/21, 10:00 pm
    • About 80 percent of Sanders' $8.25...

      About 80 percent of Sanders' $8.25 million 2018 salary has become guaranteed, Mike Klis of 9 News Denver reports.

      Analysis: Many questioned whether Sanders would return to the Broncos in 2018. The injury bug that plagued him in Pittsburgh finally caught back up with him 2017, he just turned 31 years old, and $8 million is a lot to pay an aging speedster when your team is without a quarterback. Part of his return can be attributed to the team losing the Kirk Cousins derby and moving forward with Case Keenum, saving about $10 million per season in the process. While Denver ended up with what many saw as the consolation prize of the 2018 free-agent market, Sanders should see an uptick in production so long as he's able to stay healthy. Much has been made as to whether Keenum will be able to build on his Minnesota renaissance 2017 season for the Broncos. In reality, Keenum's numbers with the Rams -- a mediocre 79.5 quarterback rating -- would still be better than what Sanders has seen in two of the past three seasons in Denver.

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  • 3/21, 9:39 pm
    • Stepping into the starting role in...

      Stepping into the starting role in place of Aqip Talib will be bittersweet for Roby, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports.

      Analysis: When the Broncos drafted Roby in the first round in 2014, many thought that he was the heir apparent to then-soon-to-be-free-agent Chris Harris. As it turned out, Denver was able to keep Roby, Harris, and Aqib Talib together for four seasons, but the team is obviously looking to the younger gun now. During his four seasons, Roby has flashed some big-play ability, including two pick-sixes in 2016 and a key forced fumble during the divisional round of the team's 2015 Super-Bowl run, but has also been burned more than a few times. He should get more opportunities to boom or bust in a contract year as he and Harris will likely both get some tougher assignments with Talib, who generally took on opponents' top targets, now in Los Angeles with the Rams.

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  • 3/21, 9:22 pm
    • The Broncos' adjusted scheme will be...

      The Broncos' adjusted scheme will be suited to complement both Lynch and new starter Case Keenum's skillsets, according to the team's official site.

      Analysis: Where have we heard this one before? Last season, when head coach Vance Joseph proclaimed that the Broncos' offense would suit both Lynch and Trevor Siemian, who has since been shipped to Minnesota. On the surface, this one makes a little more sense. Both Keenum and Lynch flash their best work when extending plays with their feet and so rollouts and shot plays should be staples in Denver's offense under new offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave. At the same time, that scheme could also be said to suit Baker Mayfield, Josh Rosen, Josh Allen and other quarterbacks available near the top of the draft. Denver may be able to spin the Keenum signing/playbook adjustment as positives for Lynch's development, but the team could be looking at developing another signal caller come April as the front office makes its way through the pro-day circuit.

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  • Chris Long DL-PHI
    3/21, 6:43 pm
    • Long has yet to decide whether...

      Long has yet to decide whether he will play in 2018, NFL.com reports.

      Analysis: The Eagles reportedly offered Long, who's currently under contract through 2018, a one-year extension that would bump his salary from $1 million in base pay to $4 million in guaranteed money. The soon-to-be 33-year-old has yet to accept or decline the pact and presumably won't take any action until he decides whether or not he will continue his playing career.

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  • 3/21, 5:41 pm
    • Lamur signed with the Raiders on...

      Lamur signed with the Raiders on Wednesday, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

      Analysis: Lamur spent time with both Minnesota and Cincinnati before making the switch to silver and black. Last season, the 28-year-old appeared in 16 games, albeit limited action, for the Vikings. He will likely assume a depth linebacker position with Oakland.

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