Caleb Brantley becomes first player to take “high-risk” opt out

Washington defensive lineman Caleb Brantley has become the first NFL player to take the “high-risk” opt out, according to the NFL transactions report. Five other players — Cowboys cornerback Maurice Canady, Seahawks offensive lineman Chance Warmack, Ravens returner De’Anthony Thomas, Patriots fullback Danny Vitale and Chiefs guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif — are voluntarily opting out of […]

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Broncos cut eight players

The Broncos are almost down to the 80-player limit mandated by last week’s alterations to the Collective Bargaining Agreement after parting ways with eight players on Monday. One of the eight was defensive lineman Joel Heath. Heath was claimed off of waivers in December and re-signed with the team in March. Heath had 34 tackles […]

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