- The Denver Post’s Ryan O’Halloran says he has not heard of any interest by the Broncos in free-agent S Eric Berry.
- O’Halloran adds the Broncos are content with Kareem Jackson and Justin Simmons as their two starting safeties.
- According to O’Halloran, the Broncos are unlikely to bring back DT Domata Peko because of his lack of pass rushing production and versatility.
- O’Halloran mentions the Broncos should try to emphasize WR Courtland Sutton‘s size and ability in the red zone more.
- NBC Sports’ Scott Bair says first-round RB Josh Jacobs will be counted on to play a major role for the Raiders and could rush for more than 1,000 yards.
- Bair says the only concern with Jacobs is his ability to handle a larger load after playing in a committee at Alabama. Jacobs missed portions of OTA’s with a minor hamstring injury.
- Jeff Zrebeic of The Athletic takes a look at six players who have impressed so far in the Ravens’ offseason program including TE Mark Andrews, ILB Chris Board, CB Terrell Bonds, S DeShon Elliott, WR Sean Modster, and WR Antoine Wesley
- As for players who disappointed during the Ravens’ camp, Zrebiec lists WR Michael Floyd, WR Jordan Lasley, DT Michael Pierce and K Kaare Vedvik.
- Zrebiec thinks trading for a wide receiver is likely off the table for Baltimore given how much draft capital they already invested in the position this year and the lack of help available on the trade market.
- Zrebiec writes the Ravens could trade one of their defensive backs they don’t have room for, like CB Maurice Canady, CB Cyrus Jones, CB Anthony Averett or S Chuck Clark, during the second half of the preseason.