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  • 7/17, 4:48 pm
    • Harris is embracing head coach Vic...

      Harris is embracing head coach Vic Fangio's more zone-heavy approach and the opportunity to play inside or out, Andrew Mason of the Broncos' official site reports.

      Analysis: Head coach Vic Fangio has said that -- once Harris catches up in the playbook after missing much of the offseason due to holdout -- he stands to improve on his three-time-All-Pro career. Harris seemed to agree when speaking with reporters on Wednesday. Though it has not yet been determined whether Harris will spend more time in the slot or outside, Harris voiced a desire to have his role change based on the opponent and his optimism that more zone coverage will allow him both to play the ball more and avoid so many "hard downs" after playing mostly man coverage in recent seasons.

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  • 7/17, 4:42 pm
    • Cracraft's chances of making the active...

      Cracraft's chances of making the active roster have increased with the retirement of Aaron Burbirdge, Benjamin Allbright of KOA News Radio reports.

      Analysis: Burbridge, already familiar with offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello's scheme from their time together with the 49ers, was reportedly a sleeper in spring practices. After battling injuries throughout his career and now taking an early retirement, the depth chart shifts. Veteran Emmanuel Sanders and promising youngsters Courtland Sutton, DaeSean Hamilton, and Tim Patrick seem to be locks. Assuming the Broncos keep at least five wide outs, Cracraft seems like the most likely fifth option. The Washington State product has just one career reception -- a 44-yarder from Week 17 -- but adds value as a potential returner on special teams.

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  • Drew Lock QB-DEN
    7/17, 2:53 pm
    • Lock signed his rookie contract Wednesday,...

      Lock signed his rookie contract Wednesday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.

      Analysis: The Broncos and Lock were at an impasse as recently as Tuesday, but the two sides agreed to workout bonuses in 2021 and 2022, getting the signal-caller in the house for the start of training camp. He'll kick off his career behind veteran Joe Flacco, with his second-round status giving Lock a good shot to make his presence felt early as a professional.

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  • 7/17, 2:39 pm
    • Jones (foot) and the Falcons reached...

      Jones (foot) and the Falcons reached an agreement on a four-year, $57 million extension Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

      Analysis: When healthy, Jones has been highly productive through three seasons, averaging 129.3 tackles and 3.5 sacks per 16 games played. Last year, he was limited to six appearances due to a foot injury, which impacted his offseason practice reps. The Falcons open training camp Saturday, at which point his status will become more clear. No matter, the middle linebacker has been locked up for the foreseeable future.

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  • Von Miller LB-DEN
    7/17, 11:38 am
    • Miller wants to play 85-to-90 percent...

      Miller wants to play 85-to-90 percent of Denver's defensive snaps, Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: Miller mentioned 20 sacks as a reasonable goal earlier this offseason, also noting that he eventually hopes to pass Bruce Smith for the all-time record (200). Both goals are realistic but far from likely, with Miller averaging 12.3 sacks and 15.0 games through the first eight seasons of his NFL career. He handled an 89.9 percent snap share back in 2012 when he had a career-high 18.5 sacks, but he's landed between 76 and 86 percent in each subsequent season (accounting for active games only). Of course, extra snaps won't be as valuable to his sack quest if Denver's opponents frequently are nursing leads that allow them to drain clock with run plays.

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