The NFL offseason is in a lull, as most teams are focused on minicamps and getting their current players ready for the upcoming season. While free agency is largely quiet, there is still plenty buzz around the league. There are a few notable names left on the market, and several teams are working on getting new deals for their current players.
Here are all the latest NFL rumors and news around the league.
Von Miller takes shot at John Elway
Broncos linebacker Von Miller hasn't been happy with his contract negotiations with the team, and he took a shot at general manager John Elway on Instagram by chopping him out of a photo.
The decision to crop Elway out was intentional, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Here's the original picture that was posted by teammate DeMarcus Ware, which included Elway:
Miller reportedly turned down a six-year, $114.5 million offer from the Broncos that included $58 million in guaranteed money.
Keenan Allen signs extension with Chargers
San Diego wide receiver Keenan Allen has signed a four-year contract extension with the team worth over $11 million a year, according to the San Diego Union Tribune's Michael Gehlken.
Keenan Allen played three seasons under a rookie contract that did not reflect his abilities.
His new contract will.
The Chargers wide receiver agreed in principle Friday to a four-year extension worth more than $11 million per season, a source said. The deal ensures that both he and quarterback Philip Rivers will be under team control through at least the 2019 season. Allen's contract runs through 2020.
The contract also contains $20 million in guaranteed money.
Allen led the NFL with 67 catches through eight games this season cut short after suffering a lacerated kidney in their Week 8 loss to the Ravens. He finished with 725 yards and four touchdowns.
Johnny Manziel served with legal papers while partying
Free agent quarterback Johnny Manziel reiterated his plans to try and make a NFL roster in 2016 this week, but later that night was seen partying at a club in Los Angeles. That's not news by itself, but what is news is that Manziel was served with legal papers outside the club:
Manziel is being sued after causing about $32,000 of damage to a LA rental home after two days of partying.Back to the NFL Newsfeed