O’Halloran: Bolles’ deal is bad news for opted-out right tackle Ja’Wuan James more than it is for Miller. The Broncos are in pretty decent shape cap-wise and have addressed three impending free agents by extending Bolles, kicker Brandon McManus and nose tackle Mike Purcell. The three key players are safety Kareem Jackson, cornerback A.J. Bouye and defensive end Jurrell Casey. Cut all three and it creates more than $32 million in space, which will help pay Simmons (tag or long-term deal), provide money if they want to extend outside linebacker Bradley Chubb and receiver Courtland Sutton and allow for Miller’s return. … [Read more...] about Kiszla vs. O’Halloran: Will linebacker Von Miller ever play another game for the Broncos?
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Probably far from it, especially for a receiver who was thrust into the spotlight as Denver’s fourth starting quarterback this season after the Broncos’ four QBs on the roster were all sidelined with COVID-related issues. Jeff Driskel tested positive earlier in the week, and then starter Drew Lock and backups Brett Rypien and Blake Bortles were all deemed ineligible to play by the NFL due to high-risk contract tracing. … [Read more...] about Kendall Hinton, Broncos find silver linings in rookie WR’s debut as NFL quarterback: “I never thought I’d be back taking the reins”
A couple of other teams had expressed interest in taking him earlier in the second round, only for Mannion to reject them with the understanding that the Warriors would pick him at 48. With Golden State, he will play for a fellow Arizona alum in Steve Kerr, learn from one of his favorite players in Stephen Curry and try to build a family legacy. … [Read more...] about Second-round pick Nico Mannion hopes to build family legacy with Warriors
In a statement, the Museum of the Bible in Washington said it acquired the 1,000-year-old gospel book from Christie’s auction house in 2011. But details of its provenance remain murky, allowing Patriarch Batholomew to weigh in and insist on its return. … [Read more...] about Greek Monastery Seeks Return of Stolen Religious Objects from Bulgaria
“Dennis was playing wideout, and KJ went out there and checked him,” recalled Reggie Wynns, Hamler’s longtime coach and mentor. “He jammed Dennis, and initially I was like, ‘Oh my god,’ but Dennis was so fast and so much bigger that he kind of ran KJ over. KJ gets up, he’s crying, he’s mad, he’s snotting… But he gets back out there, keeps checking Dennis, up in his grill, competing hard. … [Read more...] about Undersized and unafraid, Broncos’ KJ Hamler eyes All-Rookie status while emerging as big-play threat