Home / Broncos / NFL Notes: Broncos, Cardinals, Cowboys, Dolphins, Raiders
NFL Notes: Broncos, Cardinals, Cowboys, Dolphins, Raiders
- Troy Renck mentions that the Broncos could look internally for a replacement to Adam Peters, who departed for a position with the 49ers.
- Renck points out that Matt Russell is John Elway’s right-hand man.
- Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald said he expects to announce whether he’ll return to the team for the 2017 season or retire “pretty soon.” (Darren Urban)
- Fitzgerald added that he has pretty much made up his mind regarding what he wants to do but said he plans to take “a couple more days, a couple more weeks” before making an announcement. (Darren Urban)
- Todd Archer of ESPN wonders if the Cowboys should consider making a Julio Jones-type trade and moving up in this year’s draft for a pass-rusher or cornerback.
- Dallas is currently sitting at No. 28 overall, so it would obviously be a costly move for them to trade up in round one for a single player.
- Adam Caplan reports that Dolphins MLB Kiko Alonso underwent thumb surgery after the team’s final game.
- According to Caplan, Alonso’s recovery time is expected to be about six weeks or so.
- Caplan also reports that the Dolphins interviewed former Saints assistant/LBs James Willis for their defensive coaching position.
- Nathan Fenno reports that Goldman Sachs’ deal to finance a Las Vegas stadium for the Raiders is contingent on Sheldon Adelson’s involvement.
- According to Fenno, without Adelson involved, there isn’t a deal for the Raiders.
- The Raiders previously presented to the NFL upon applying for relocation earlier this month information centered around Goldman Sachs financing the project without Adelson.
- While this clearly isn’t a great development for the Raiders’ Las Vegas hopes, Ian Rapoport points out that there is no real deadline for a deal between the team and Sheldon Adelson and it’s still possible they could reach an agreement at some point.
Tags Adam Peters James Willis John Elway Julio Jones Kiko Alonso Larry Fitzgerald Matt Russell Sheldon Adelson