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  • 2/27, 12:47 pm
    • The Broncos do not intend to...

      The Broncos do not intend to re-sign Nelson (biceps) for 2020, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.

      Analysis: Nelson appeared in just seven contests in 2019, notching 10 tackles (four solo), before suffering a season-ending torn bicep. Now set to become an unrestricted free agent in March, he'll focus his attention on making a full recovery before looking to earn a reserve role elsewhere in the league.

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  • 2/27, 12:25 pm
    • The Broncos are expected to let...

      The Broncos are expected to let Gotsis (knee) hit free agency in March, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.

      Analysis: Gotsis was moved to a reserve role even before sustaining an ACL injury Week 4 of the 2019 season, so Denver's decision to part ways with the 27-year-old doesn't come as much of a surprise. Having undergone ACL repair surgery in December, Gotsis' best-case scenario for a return would be as early as August, but he has a real chance of missing up to the first month of the 2020 regular season.

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  • 2/27, 11:35 am
    • Walton has been arrested in Miami...

      Walton has been arrested in Miami for violating a restraining order, Cristina Alexander or WSVN 7 News reports.

      Analysis: Walton, who has been arrested five times in the last year, was cut by the Dolphins in November due to a separate incident with the law. The 22-year-old recently concluded a four-game ban for violating the NFL's conduct and substance abuse policy in December, but it now looks possible that another suspension could be in line. Walton's continued legal issues serve to make his chances of earning an opportunity with a new team increasingly unlikely.

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  • 2/27, 9:46 am
    • Coach Jon Gruden said Williams (foot)...

      Coach Jon Gruden said Williams (foot) is approaching 100 percent health, Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports.

      Analysis: Williams was hobbled by plantar fasciitis throughout much of his first season with the Raiders, recording 47 percent of his receiving yards and five of his six touchdowns within his first five games. He's now entering the second season of a four-year, $44.4 million contract, with his $11 million base salary for 2020 vesting to a full guarantee earlier this month, per overthecap.com. The Raiders are probably still in the market for a true No. 1 receiver, but they at least have a diverse group of weapons between Williams, Darren Waller, Hunter Renfrow, Josh Jacobs and Jalen Richard. While the target upside may be limited, a healthy Williams could be a regular source of big plays and touchdowns. It sounds like he'll be healthy for the offseason program, though plantar fasciitis is known to linger or reappear later on.

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  • 2/27, 9:29 am
    • Coach Sean McVay said Johnson (shoulder)...

      Coach Sean McVay said Johnson (shoulder) is "making good progress," Stu Jackson of the Rams' official site reports.

      Analysis: Johnson compiled 51 tackles (24 solo), two defended passes and two interceptions across six games in 2019 before suffering a season-ending shoulder injury Week 6. Heading into the final year of his rookie contract, the 24-year-old will focus on making a full recovery in time to kick off the 2020 campaign. In the wake of Eric Weddle's retirement, Johnson will be counted on as a regular starter in Los Angeles' secondary.

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