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Broncos linebacker Shane Ray avoided wrist surgery this summer and he’s also
avoided a stay on the physically unable to perform list.
Ray was slated to have surgery on his wrist after the team’s offseason
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decided that Ray, who missed the first half of last season after wrist surgery,
could heal by doing rehab rather than having another operation.
It was not clear when that change of plans came to light this week whether
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the case on Friday. The move means Ray is eligible to practice right away and
that he is not eligible to go on the regular season version of the list, which
would open up a roster spot while keeping Ray out for at least six weeks.
Ray is entering the final year of his contract and the arrival of Bradley
Chubb in the first round of the draft likely means that he’ll be trying to play
well enough to entice other teams to pony up for his services come the
offseason. Ray has 13 sacks in 30 games since being selected in the first round
of the 2015 draft.
Elway said that wide receiver Jordan Taylor is expected to be the only player
on the PUP list. Taylor had hip surgery this offseason.
The Vikings announced Thursday they have signed the former South Dakota
offensive tackle who grew up in Minnesota.
Compton spent last season with the Chicago Bears, where he played in 11 games
with five starts. The Rosemount Zack
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the Washington Redskins in 2012, appearing in 44 games with 10 starts during the
2013-15 seasons in Washington.
He joined the Atlanta Falcons for their Super Bowl run in 2016 Youth
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Compton has appeared in 71 games with 15 starts throughout his career and
played at both guard and center.