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Top Brendan Langley News

  • Brendan Langley: Latches on with Seattle

    The Seahawks signed Langley to their practice squad Wednesday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

    The 2017 third-round pick didn't see game action during the 2019 regular season after he was cut by the Broncos out of training camp. Langley will add depth to the position, and with Malik Turner (concussion) and Jaron Brown (knee) dealing with injury, Langley could get a promotion to the 53-man roster should either be out for Sunday's playoff game against the Eagles.

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  • Brendan Langley: Let go by Denver

    The Broncos waived Langley on Friday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.

    The 2017 third-round pick was working to convert from cornerback to wide receiver in order to reignite his career, but he didn't show well enough to latch on to Denver's initial 53-man roster. He'll at least benefit from extra time to look for a gig elsewhere in the league leading up to Week 1.

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  • Broncos' Brendan Langley: Updates fans on position move

    Langley updated fans via his personal Twitter account Saturday that he's progressing through drills as he seeks a transition to wide receiver.

    The video showcases his athleticism and hands, two qualities that were never really in doubt. Langley, who played some receiver at Georgia before transitioning to cornerback full time at Lamar, instead seemed to struggle with putting those traits to good use in games. Perhaps a move to receiver will reignite his career, but it is fair to say that this wasn't what Denver was hoping for when it drafted him at the end of the third round two years ago. With the likes of Courtland Sutton, Tim Patrick and DaeSean Hamilton ahead of him, it'll be hard for Langley to join the nucleus of young targets even if Emmanuel Sanders struggles to return from an Achilles injury.

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  • Broncos' Brendan Langley: Moving to wide receiver

    Langley will spend his offseason transitioning from cornerback to wide receiver, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.

    Langley made the same change between his freshman and sophomore seasons at Georgia, but he never actually caught a pass and eventually moved back to cornerback after transferring to FCS Lamar. He was selected at No. 101 overall in the 2017 draft primarily on the basis of raw athleticism, as he lit up the combine with a 4.43 40, 123-inch broad jump and 35.5-inch vertical at 6-feet, 201 pounds. The 24-year-old has the appropriate physical specs to play wide receiver, but he'll nonetheless face a difficult transition, presumably battling for one of the final spots on Denver's 53-man roster. Langley has played 260 snaps on special teams and just 108 on defense in 16 NFL appearances.

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  • Broncos' Brendan Langley: Clears concussion protocol

    Langley (concussion) cleared the league-mandated protocol Thursday, Ben Swanson of the Broncos' official site reports.

    Langley was a full participant in Thursday's practice and appears to have fully recovered from the head injury that caused him to sit out Monday's loss to the Raiders. Barring any setbacks, the 24-year-old is on track to suit up versus the Chargers in Week 17.

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  • Broncos' Brendan Langley: Won't play Monday

    Langley (concussion) was ruled out for Monday's game at Oakland, Kyle Fredrickson of The Denver Post reports.

    Langley suffered the concussion last Saturday against the Browns and was unable to clear the concussion protocol this week. The 24-year-old did not practice in any fashion this week and is in danger of missing the final two games of the season.

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  • Broncos' Brendan Langley: No practice Thursday

    Langley (concussion) did not practice Thursday, Zac Stevens of BSNDenver.com reports.

    Langley continues to nurse a concussion sustained during Saturday's 17-16 loss to the Browns. It remains to be seen whether the depth cornerback will manage to clear the league-mandated concussion protocol in time to suit up against the Raiders on Monday.

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  • Broncos' Brendan Langley: Out with concussion

    Langley will not return to Saturday's game against the Browns after suffering a concussion, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.

    Langley exited to be evaluated in the first quarter and is now in the league-mandated concussion protocol. The 24-year-old must clear the protocol before being available Week 16 against the Raiders.

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  • Broncos' Brendan Langley: Promoted to active roster

    Langley was activated from the practice squad Wednesday, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports.

    Last season, Langley logged 108 snaps on defense and 182 snaps on special teams over 11 games. The vacancy on the Broncos' roster -- and in their secondary -- came when the team waived fellow cornerback Adam Jones.

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  • Broncos' Brendan Langley: Making strides in Year 2

    Langley has dug into the playbook more and has looked solid in OTAs, Andrew Mason of the Broncos' official site reports.

    It was somewhat of a surprise when the Broncos took Langley at the end of the third round out of Lamar in last year's draft. Head coach Vance Joseph, a defensive backs coach by trade, was drawn to his size, speed and ball skills from his time as a wide receiver at Georgia. He didn't get many looks as a rookie and, even with improvements, is unlikely to see the field much beyond special teams in 2018. Veteran Tramaine Brock figures to be the team's third corner behind Chris Harris and Bradley Roby, and the defense has often featured a third safety -- likely Will Parks -- in dime situations. Short of beating out Brock, Langley will probably continue to develop behind the scenes with this year's third-round pick, Isaac Yiadom.

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  • Broncos' Brendan Langley: Full speed ahead

    Langley (knee) was a full practice participant Thursday, Andrew Mason of the Broncos' official site reports.

    Langley is still looking to make his NFL debut after being picked in the third round of this year's draft. Pending any setbacks, it looks like he'll get his first chance Sunday against the Raiders, but expect him to primarily be deployed on special teams.

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  • Broncos' Brendan Langley: Returns to practice in limited role

    Langley (knee) practiced in a limited fashion Wednesday, Andrew Mason of the Broncos' official site reports.

    Langley has been sidelined the last two weeks with a sprained knee, but his involvement in practice in any capacity offers encouragement for his status for Sunday's tilt with the Raiders. Once cleared to play, the rookie is in line to serve in a depth role at cornerback.

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  • Broncos' Brendan Langley: Set to sit Sunday

    Langley (knee) is out for Sunday's game against the Bills, Nicki Jhabvala of The Denver Post reports.

    Langley hadn't practiced all week, so it's no surprise that he isn't playing Sunday. He'll likely need a week of practice at some capacity before he dresses for a game, while Bradley Roby (foot) will likely continue to slot in if he's healthy enough to play. If Roby is out as well, expect to see Lorenzo Doss play a significant amount of snaps.

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  • Broncos' Brendan Langley: Won't play Sunday

    Langley (knee) is listed as out for Sunday's game against the Cowboys.

    Langley barely got some game action in during Week 1 before he had to leave with an injury. He was expected to earn a fair amount of defensive snaps in the nickel scheme, as well as rotate in as a return man. Lorenzo Doss may be given more snaps Sunday, but expect Bradley Roby to pick up most of the slack left by Langley.

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  • Broncos' Brendan Langley: Sits out practice Wednesday

    Langley (knee) didn't participate at the Broncos' practice Thursday.

    Langley exited Monday's season-opening victory against the Chargers with a right knee sprain and didn't return. Head coach Vance Joseph said the rookie third-round pick is considered day-to-day.

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  • Broncos' Brendan Langley: Exits with knee injury

    Langley will not return to Monday's game against the Chargers after suffering a knee injury, Nicki Jhabvala of The Denver Post reports.

    Langley was unable to record any tackles during his abbreviated time on the field and he also wasn't given any opportunities as a returner. The exact details of Langley's injury remain unknown.

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  • Broncos' Brendan Langley: Picked by Broncos

    The Broncos drafted Langley in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft, 101st overall.

    Langley is a former Georgia transfer who ended up earning a Senior Bowl invitation after playing at Lamar. He was one of the better Combine performers at cornerback, posting a 4.43-second 40, 35.5-inch vertical, and 123-inch broad jump at 6-feet, 201 pounds.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-0, 199 lbs
Birthplace: Woodstock, GA, USA
Age: 28
School: Lamar
Experience: 3