Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019

Otherwise, there are question marks. Veteran Tramaine Brock, who played for Vic Fangio and Ed Donatell in San Francisco from 2011-14, is an unrestricted free agent who may have a better chance of returning than Bradley Roby, another free agent who could command a fairly lucrative contract.

Murray may be Mayfield or Mariota, but he could be a Kinnick or the next RG3. I don’t trust Murray because of his height and weight, the Sooners’ offensive prowess in a conference that is defensively challenged, the fact that he was a starter for just one season, and he’ll have to play in a full-time shotgun offense so he can see over his own linemen. And running quarterbacks must soon adjust, as proven historically.

Ronnie Kohrt of the Broncos Blitz podcast goes over the Mount Rushmore of Broncos receivers on the latest edition of the podcast, including some high-profile names, a hall of famer and potentially future ones.

‘Productive’ talks resume for Raiders’ 2019 return to Oakland (Michael Gehlken, Las Vegas Review-Journal)

The Raiders’ search for a home stadium in 2019 soon could end in a familiar place after the franchise recently resumed negotiations with the group that oversees the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.

Texans cut WR Demaryius Thomas (Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle)

The five-time Pro Bowl selection was acquired in a midseason trade from the Denver Broncos after wide receiver Will Fuller tore his anterior cruciate ligament.

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