**Broncos defensive needs: More than you might think** (Mike Klis, 9NEWS)
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.
**Kyler Murray picking NFL will help Denver Broncos, but not way you might think** (Woody Paige, The Colorado Springs Gazette)
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.
**Who is on the Mount Rushmore of Broncos receivers?** (Mile High Sports)
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.