Per Denver 7’s
Troy Renck, Broncos HC Vic Fangio said the team should get back CBs and Bryce Callahan , G A.J. Bouye , TE Graham Glasgow and WR Noah Fant at practice. Diontae Spencer Fangio notes Bouye has exited the concussion protocol and while they’ll have to monitor Glasgow’s conditioning after two weeks in the COVID-19 protocol, they don’t anticipate any limitations.
The Broncos are hosting TE
Jordan Leggit for a visit. ( Aaron Wilson) Broncos activated G
from the COVID-19 list. ( Graham Glasgow NFLTR) Broncos designated OT
Elijah Wilkinson to return from injured reserve.
Gilbert Manzano of the Orange County Register, Chargers HC appeared to rule out RB Anthony Lynn for this week: Justin Jackson “Probably gonna rest him this week and give that knee a chance to get well, but we’ll see. He’s a competitor, he wants to play. But just didn’t like the way he looked last week when he came out the game early.” Chargers RB
is out of the concussion protocol, while G Troymaine Pope and OT Trai Turner are set to be limited in practice, per Lynn. ( Bryan Bulaga Manzano)
According to ESPN’s
Adam Schefter, the Chiefs have asked the NFL to launch an inquiry with the NFLPA about a union rep meeting in person with players while not wearing a mask late last month. The team believes this is a violation of protocols because the rep is not subject to the same testing protocols and travels between franchises.
Chiefs placed WR
on the COVID-19 list. ( Mecole Hardman NFLTR)
Jerry McDonald of the Oakland Tribune, the Raiders put in a claim for former Falcons DE . Takk McKinley Las Vegas wasn’t awarded McKinley, but McDonald notes part of the goal in filing a claim was to potentially receive a comp pick once McKinley signed with another team in free agency this offseason.