Lamar Jackson will only throw at the Scouting Combine
Lamar Jackson will work out at the Scouting Combine. But he’ll participate in only one workout.
Kim Jones of NFL Media reported from the field level at Lucas Oil Stadium that former Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson will throw during Saturday’s workout, but nothing more.
John has been a great partner for many years, and we are very pleased he will remain a minority owner of the Denver Broncos .
The Broncos didn’t announce how much of John Bowlen’s stake they will purchase or how much they’ve agreed to pay for it.
The Denver Post first reported the development.
Pat Bowlen and his siblings purchased the Broncos in 1984 from Edgar Kaiser. Under Bowlen family ownership, the Broncos have won three Super Bowl titles and have reached the big game seven times. Pat Bowlen, 74, relinquished control of the team to Broncos president Joe Ellis in July 2014 after publicly announcing he was battling Alzheimer’s Disease.
I know a lot of teams probably remember me and what type of player I was at the time, Bailey told the Huntington Herald-Dispatch. I’m trying to prove that I am still that guy and probably even better. It’s all about proving it and capitalizing on the opportunities that are given to me.
Bailey said he had surgery to put a plate in his skull and thinks that has strengthened his head so much that he’s probably less susceptible to suffering a brain injury on the field now than he was before he was shot.
After spending time working with the coaching staffs of both the Rams and his alma mater, West Virginia, Bailey believes he hasn’t lost anything mentally, and he says he’s in great shape physically. Now the 27-year-old just wants some team to give him a chance to finish his career on his own terms.
The Detroit Lions found their veteran tight end.
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports Detroit is signing former Seahawks tight end Luke Willson to a one-year contract worth $2.5 million, according to a source informed of the decision.