Monthly Archives: March 2017

Matt Paradis again leads Broncos in performance-based pay — The Denver Post

Center Matt Paradis, one of the best bargains in football, led the Broncos in performance-based pay for the second-consecutive season, according to an NFL source. Paradis, 27, received an extra $306,002.71, worth nearly 60 percent of his $525,000 base salary for the 2016 season. In 2015, Paradis led the league in performance-based pay, earning $391,648…

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Von Miller posts a heartfelt message about DeMarcus Ware — Mile High Sports

Since coming into the NFL, Von Miller has been a dominant player. Over the past few years however, Von Miller matured into a franchise cornerstone. Over the past few years, Von Miller has played with DeMarcus Ware. The significance of the latter’s impact on the former is not lost on the former. On Tuesday, Miller posted a…

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Mel Kiper Reveals 2017 NFL Draft Big Board After Scouting Combine — Bleacher Report – Front Page

ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. released his latest big board for the 2017 NFL draft Wednesday with Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett taking the top spot. Along with Garrett, here is a full rundown of Kiper’s top 25 prospects following the NFL Scouting Combine: While Garrett has seemingly solidified himself in the No.…

via Mel Kiper Reveals 2017 NFL Draft Big Board After Scouting Combine — Bleacher Report – Front Page

Shane Ray ready to go full tilt — Mile High Report – All Posts

He’s been learning from DeMarcus Ware and Von Miller, and now that No. 94 has retired, No. 56 is ready to really shine. DeMarcus Ware has retired, and though the legendary pass rusher had a limited snap count in 2016, his presence was always felt on the field. So the question to his protegé Shane…

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ESPN’s newest mock draft has an absurd name going in the Top 5 — Fanbuzz

This would definitely be one of the most shocking first-round picks in recent memory, if not ever. ESPN’s Todd McShay is putting together the third edition of his annual mock draft, and one player has jettisoned his way into the Top 5: Alabama tight end O.J. Howard, whom McShay predicts as going fourth to the…

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