NFL: Lendale White signs with the Broncos, and News

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NFL: Lendale White signs with the Broncos, Signings, and News

RB Lendale White signs with the Denver Broncos (TBA). White was recently released by the Seattle Sehawks after being suspended for 4 games for abusing the league’s substance policy.

Houston Texans WR Andre Johnson signed a two year extension that will keep him through the 2016 season. Johnson will receive 38.5 million, including 13 million guaranteed.

Denver Broncos OLB Elvis Dumervil tore his chest muscle in which he could miss up to 5 months or maybe more depending on how bad. Dumervil recently signed a huge contract, 5 years for 53.332 million.

DE/OLB Aaron Schobel was released by the Buffalo Bills. Schobel has been tempted to comeback after originally planning to retire. The Texans have looked Schobel but are looking over where he would fit.

The Denver Broncos waived RB Kolby Smith after signing Lendale White

Minnesota Vikings QB Brett Favre is expected to get his ankle checked out next week, which will lead to his final decision most likely.

Seattle Seahawks QB situation will be settled very soon if Charlie Whitehurst continues to play bad, Matt Hasselbeck will have another chance to show he can still play

Denver Broncos RB Knowshon Moreno is expected to miss 2 preseason games after a hamstring injury. RB Correll Buckhalter who also got hurt is expected to be back at the start of next week.

WR Plaxico Burress is expected to be released from prison in the next 2-3 weeks

Minnesota Vikings WR Sidney Rice hip injury is not recovering as fast as the Vikings liked and Rice could have a slow start to the season

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