According to Jason Cole of Bleacher Report, the 49ers and Broncos have discussed a deal that would send Kaepernick and the 49ers’ second-round pick to Denver in exchange for the Broncos’ first-round pick, 31st overall.
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The morning after Super Bowl 50, Von Miller insisted his impending contract negotiations with the Broncos would remain peaceful. No bitterness. No jabs lobbed through media.
And nothing has changed, he said.
Back in Denver for his annual Von's Vision "reveal party" to hand out eyeglasses to more than 280 area children, Miller stood among a sea of young fans in the visitors' locker room of Sports Authority Field at Mile High on Wednesday after reuniting with some of his teammates.
Still unsigned and still not a part of the Broncos' voluntary offseason program, Miller said negotiations are "just business."
"My teammates know what type of teammate I am," he said. "They know what type of guy I am. It's just the business part of it. There's really no hard feelings or anything like that. (The Broncos) know what type of guy I am. I'm expecting a deal any day. That's just the type of mind-set I have."
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — DenverBroncos.com will offer exclusive Denver Broncos-themed coverage on multiple digital platforms live from UCHealth Training Center during the first two days of the 2016 NFL Draft beginning on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. MDT.
The BroncosTV Live Draft Show will feature insider programming with Matt Boyer, Andrew Mason and Phil Milani, beginning 30 minutes prior to the NFL Draft coverage on NFL Network on both Thursday and Friday.
Fans can catch insider programming on DenverBroncos.com, the Broncos365 app and other social media platforms. Live programming will include exclusive interviews with Executive Vice President of Football Operations/GM John Elway and Head Coach Gary Kubiak as well as looks into the Broncos Draft War Room, simulcast of the Broncos draft pick conference call with the media and in-depth analysis on each of the draft’s selections.
In addition, the Broncos digital team will share the initial phone call with each of the Day 1 and Day 2 draft picks, behind the scenes access with the new selections and one-on-one interviews with the rookies at the UCHealth Training Center on DenverBroncos.com and multiple social media channels.
The second annual Taste of the Broncos event boasts more than enough to draw anyone looking for a fun night full of tasty food and drinks with an award-winning band in tow, but it's the second musical act that might be the most intriguing part of the evening, which takes place on June 14 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
Along with the Blue Canyon Boys (an accomplished bluegrass band that won the 2008 Telluride Bluegrass Festival band contest), nine-time Pro Bowl and four-time first-team All-Pro OLB DeMarcus Ware will provide live music entertainment at the gourmet tailgate event that benefits Food Bank of the Rockies and Denver Broncos Charities.
This will be Ware's first music performance since his high school days when he sang in Mirage, an R&B band of him and a few friends. So, obviously, you won't want to miss that, right?
The Broncos will spotlight the beauty of Colorado's mountains during the 2016 NFL Draft during their Day 3 selections, which will be announced live on NFL Network from the base of Mary Jane Territory at Winter Park Resort on Saturday.
As part of the Day 3 festivities, the Broncos picks will be announced by the following special guests:
Former Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer, a 10-year NFL veteran who started 54 of 59 regular-season games and four postseason contests for Denver.
University of Colorado alumni and two-time Olympic skier Jeremy Bloom, who is the only athlete to ski in the Winter Olympics and be selected in the NFL Draft. Bloom played wide receiver and handled return duties for Colorado's football team for two seasons, in addition to winning three world championships in skiing. He was selected by Philadelphia in the fifth round (147th overall) of the 20016 NFL Draft.
Broncos Cheerleader Christina, the first eighth-year cheerleader in club history.
and a lucky fan to be selected on-site has the possibility to announce one pick. (NOTE: contingent on Denver making at least its four scheduled picks in Rounds 4-6.)
[Tyler Polumbus calls out Tom Brady! I love it! "10 years of cheating caught up with them!" -- Tyler Polumbus]
Tyler Polumbus weighed in on Deflategate. –Jim Davis/AP
April 26, 2016
Retired Broncos tackle Tyler Polumbus doesn’t appear pleased with the latest news about Deflategate. But that doesn’t mean he’s in Tom Brady’s camp.
Polumbus tweeted about the Patriots’ legacy following the court ruling to reinstate Brady’s four-game suspension on Monday.
The comparison between PEDs and deflated footballs has been integral to Brady’s bout with the NFL.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said in July 2015 that steroid use is the “closest parallel” for Brady’s role in Deflategate. U.S. District Court Judge Richard Berman criticized the comparison in September when he overturned Brady’s suspension.
In the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, Judge Barrington Parker Jr. and Judge Denny Chin supported the crossover between PEDs and doctoring footballs in their written decision to reinstate Brady’s suspension on Monday. Chief Judge Robert Katzmann, who dissented from Monday’s decision, said connecting PEDs and Deflategate was an “inapt analogy,” which led to Goodell to administer “his own brand of industrial justice,” a phrase Berman used in his initial decision.
Q: "If the Patriots had had offered you a contract would you have played for them?"
A - Tyler: "Clearly. I would have played for those cheaters if they paid me." ... [Read More]