Bronco Links – 2/15/17



“I am so excited to be here and that’s why I made the decision to come here because of the opportunity to work with Vance Joseph, John Elway, Mr. Bowlen, the Denver Broncos organization and all our fans. I owe it to all those people to go out there and get this offense rolling and do whatever it takes to get back to the top.’’~Mike McCoy.



The Broncos won seven consecutive postseason games in 1997 and 1998. That equals the third-longest string in NFL history.


Tackle Wallace Dickey (1968-69) is 76, Defensive Back Steve Preece  (1972) is 70 and Tight End Tony Scheffler (2006-09) is 34.


What rookie kicked 27 field goals for the Broncos’ AFC Championship team in 1989?


Trevor Siemian performs Random Acts of Kindness



Broncos express interest in re-signing Kayvon Webster

Report: Broncos want to talk to Victor Cruz

McCoy brings head coach perspective to offensive coordinator role

Broncos OC Mike McCoy: ‘I can make any of our quarterbacks better’

Todd McShay’s top 32 presents Broncos with defensive options



AFC West rookie grades

Should the Raiders re-sign OT Menelik Watson?

NFL Network’s Mike Mayock Unveils 2017 NFL Draft Position Rankings

Chargers announce season ticket prices for StubHub center

A Rex Ryan disciple, Chargers’ Anthony Lynn rejects players’ coach label

San Diego developer offers plan to build “alternative” stadium

Lynn’s Trust in ST Coordinator Runs Deep



Bene’ Benwikere signing with Bengals

Terrelle Pryor: I ‘love being with the Browns’

If Browns believe in Jimmy Garoppolo, they should trade 12th pick to get him

Buccaneers announce changes to coaching staff

Cardinals president Michael Bidwill reiterates they’re tagging Chandler Jones

Cardinals think John Brown’s sickle cell issue is under control

If history holds, Dak Prescott will show he has more to offer

Report: Falcons will hire Bush Hamdan as quarterbacks coach

Taylor Gabriel wants to remain with Falcons forever

Colin Kaepernick changes agents in advance of meeting with 49ers

Giants bring back three of their own free agents

How Victor Cruz became a Giants legend in such a short period of time

Jaguars to sign Abry Jones to 4-year, $16M deal

Jaguars give former undrafted rookie Abry Jones a healthy deal

Patriots sign Glenn Gronkowski, again

Edelman: Garoppolo has Favre-Rodgers ‘confidence’

Rams QB coach: Jared Goff has ‘really high’ ceiling

Rams want Todd Gurley to improve his pass blocking

Greg Roman: Ravens won’t just be ground and pound

Ravens free agent Brandon Williams admits future is “up in the air”

Jordan Reed: ‘We got to bring’ Kirk Cousins back

Redskins’ window to ensure Kirk Cousins’ return opens Wednesday

Seahawks’ Cliff Avril says he’s undergone surgery

Tyler Lockett: My leg will be ’10 times stronger’

Seahawks warned for Richard Sherman injury violation

Seahawks skate on Sherman injury-report snafu

Source: WR Coates had sports hernia surgery

Steelers re-sign Anthony Chickillo

Antonio Brown’s agents in Pittsburgh, with contract talks looming

Vikings reportedly have interest in K’Waun Williams



PFF scouting report: Mike Williams, WR, Clemson

WR Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington-Scouting Report

RSP Boiler Room No.82: RB Alvin Kamara, Fine Points of Decision-Making

RSP Film Room No.98: DT Jaleel Johnson, Iowa

Mayock’s positional top-5 rankings for 2017 draft

Casserly: Pats’ Garoppolo is better than any QB in the 2017 draft



Franchise tag window opens Today

NFL sets cap percentages for franchise tags



February 15 – First day for clubs to designate Franchise or Transition Players.

February 28-March 6– Combine Timing and Testing, Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana.

March 1 – Prior to 4:00 p.m., New York time, deadline for clubs to designate Franchise or Transition Players.

March 9 — The 2017 League Year, Free Agency and the Trading period period begin at 4:00 p.m., New York time, after expiration of all 2016 contracts.

April 3 – Clubs that hired a new head coach after the end of the 2016 regular season may begin offseason workout programs.

April 27-29 — NFL Draft (Philadelphia).2017 NFL Draft first-round order



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