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  • Broncos' Courtland Sutton: May still consider holdout

    Sutton is still unhappy with his contract and suggested Tuesday that he might consider holding out from training camp, Zac Stevens of reports.

    It would be unusual for a player to report to June minicamp (the first mandatory team activities of the year) and then hold out for the start of training camp. Sutton revealed earlier this week that he had minor ankle surgery in the offseason and was away from the team during OTAs as a result, but it sounds like displeasure with his contract may also have been a factor. While most of his Tuesday comments reflected optimism about eventually reaching an agreement, Sutton also said negotiations "are at a stalemate in a sense." He has two years remaining on his contract, scheduled for $13.6 million in compensation this season ($2 million) and $14 million next year (none guaranteed). Sutton's comments suggest he wants a contract extension, but it won't be shocking if he ultimately settles for an adjustment that adds guaranteed money without adding years. Meanwhile, there's no indication of his ankle still being a problem.

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  • Broncos' Jonas Griffith: Back for minicamp

    Griffith (knee) was spotted working out on the field during Tuesday's mandatory minicamp session.

    Griffith missed the entire 2023 campaign due to a knee injury suffered in early August, but he seems to have moved past the issue. Across his four seasons in the professional ranks, the Indiana State product has appeared in 21 games and has recorded 92 total tackles while also intercepting one pass. Now that Griffith is back at full health, he's expected to compete for a depth role in the Broncos' linebacker corps.

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  • Broncos' Riley Moss: Past back issue

    Moss (back) was spotted participating in Denver's mandatory minicamp session Wednesday, Keith Cummings of reports.

    The second-year cornerback was held out of practices earlier in the offseason with a back injury, but he now seems to have moved past the issue. Moss saw minimal work on defense during his rookie campaign, tallying six total tackles while playing just 23 defensive snaps through 14 games. He's expected to compete for another depth role in Denver's secondary now that he's regained health.

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  • Broncos' Courtland Sutton: Had offseason surgery, feels good

    Sutton said Tuesday he underwent ankle surgery earlier this offseason and was away from the team during OTAs as a result of his rehab, Zac Stevens of reports.

    Sutton added that he feels healthy for the beginning of June minicamp, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. It was presumed that Sutton's absence during OTAs related mostly to ongoing talks on a contract extension, which he said Tuesday are still at a "stalemate." The wideout still has two years remaining on his deal with Denver, but with only $2 million in guarantees.

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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Nearing return to field

    Coach Sean Payton said Tuesday that Dulcich (hamstring/foot) is doing "really well" physically at this stage of the offseason, Zac Stevens of reports.

    Payton adds that Dulcich could return to the field this week during minicamp. Once the 2022 third-rounder is back in action, he'll look to carve out a key pass-catching role in a tight end corps that also includes Adam Trautman and Lucas Krull. Dulcich has played just 12 games through two NFL seasons and has repeatedly struggled with hamstring injuries.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 106.5
Def. 137.1


Player Injury
G. Dulcich TE Greg Dulcich TE Hamstring
D. Sanders LB Drew Sanders LB Achilles
T. Patrick WR Tim Patrick WR Achilles
A. Estime RB Audric Estime RB Knee
J. Elliss LB Jonah Elliss LB Shoulder - Labrum

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