With a few vacant spots on their 90-man roster, the Broncos added a pair of defensive linemen on Wednesday.
Boulder native and former CU Buff Will Pericak signed with Baltimore as an undrafted rookie in 2013 before spending time on San Diego and Jacksonville's practice squads.
Cody Larsen, out of Southern Utah, also signed with the Ravens as an undrafted rookie last year, and spent the season on their practice squad.
As first reported by the San Antonio Express-News, Raiders owner Mark Davis is considering a relocation to Texas.
Earlier this month, Davis met for two or three days with a handful of city officials about a temporary move into the Alamodome.
According to the report, the stadium could be ready to host NFL games as soon as next year, with Davis expecting a new stadium a few years after that.
A day after his surgically repaired knee was cleared by Dr. James Andrews, Chris Harris was activated from Denver's PUP list.
The fourth-year corner is not expected to play during the preseason, instead aiming for the regular season opener against Indy.
For the third time in the last four years, the Patriots have essentially stolen a player off another team's roster.
New England claimed running back Tyler Gaffney off waivers from Carolina, who'd intended to place their 2014 sixth-rounder on IR with a torn meniscus.
Chris Harris was fully cleared by Dr. James Andrews on Monday, although it's unclear when the Broncos will activate him from their PUP list.
According to Mike Klis, Harris is not likely to see any action in Denver's four preseason games.
Of course, this is the No Females League, so it was Rice's now wife who publicly apologized for the incident.
Okay, maybe not. Mitch Ewald is obviously here as camp fodder to give Matt Prater some rest.
Von Miller and Kevin Vickerson have been cleared to practice on a limited basis during training camp, which starts on Thursday.
Chris Harris, who like Miller, had his season ended by a torn ACL, was placed on the preseason PUP list.
Broncos owner Pat Bowlen is ceding control of the team, in a nod to his until now private battle with Alzheimer's disease.
Team president Joe Ellis will continue to manage the day-to-day operations of the franchise.
Mr. B has placed ownership of the team into a trust, intending for one of his seven children to one day assume control of his beloved Broncos.
In a long expected move, the Broncos have released tight end Joel Dreessen with one year remaining on his three-year contract.
Dreessen failed a physical after having had three knee surgeries over the past two offseasons.
The Coloradan and CSU alum might have been a cap casualty anyway, but his knee issues are apparently severe enough for him to have missed the season.