John Denney

#92DE,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 242
Born:
College: Brigham Young
Birth Place: Denver, Colorado
Draft: Undrafted
  • Miami Dolphins' Ryan Tannehil: Taste of success, injury pushing team
    UPI

    Miami Dolphins' Ryan Tannehil: Taste of success, injury pushing team

    May 26 (UPI) -- Quarterback Ryan Tannehill displayed his token athleticism around tackling dummies Thursday at Miami Dolphins OTAs, proving that when he says he's healed, he means it. The fifth-year starter is coming off of a serious ACL injury, but avoided surgery. He credits stem cell therapy with his "healing" and quick recovery. While he obviously won't tout getting his cleat stuck in the turf and then having his knee twisted by the Arizona Cardinals' Calais Campbell as a blessing, that's exactly what it could be this offseason for the Dolphins. Tannehill stood on the sideline for more than a month after the December 11 injury, watching the Dolphins win two of its final three games and clinch

  • Yardbarker

    Denver Broncos: Preview of weeks 9-17 of the 2017-2018 season

    After previewing the first half of the 2017-2018 season, the vast majority of people felt that the Broncos would enter the second half of the season with six or seven wins. It’s a very possible result mainly because Denver plays four of its first seven games at home plus they are returning a defense that is still playing at a championship level. The second half of the season will not get any easier for first year head coach, Vance Joseph and the Broncos. The team will play five of their last nine games on the road and will have to play nine games straight without a bye week. With this being said, durability will the key for this team to make it back to the playoffs. Let’s take a closer look at

  • The Cheat Sheet

    Ranking the 12 Best Wide Receiver Duos in the NFL Today

    With the shift toward pass-heavy offensive schemes, wide receivers have become increasingly important in the NFL. Here is our ranking (in descending order) of the top 12 wide receiver duos in the NFL today. 12. The Vikings have quietly put together one of the most talented wide receiver groups in the league.