If former Florida wide receiver Antonio Callaway didn’t have enough questions surrounding him entering the NFL Draft after being suspended by the Gators for the entirety of the 2017 season, he certainly has more now after an alleged positive drug test.
According to ESPN, Callaway tested positive for marijuana at the combine. Callaway’s agent said the sample was diluted, which the NFL considers a failed test anyway.
Former Florida WR Antonio Callaway — who some considered as talented as any WR in this draft — tested positive for marijuana at the combine, NFL sources told ESPN.
“Steph in, Steph out, we still run the same stuff,” Durant said. “I still get in pick-and-roll. Maybe the volume just went up a little bit more. It’s not just one guy who has the ball all the time and making all the plays. I think that’s the beauty of our team, that all of us can go off and score 30 or get eight, nine assists or grab 11 rebounds. … All of us chip in when it comes to facilitating and orchestrating.”
Durant averaged 28.2 points, 8.6 rebounds and 5.2 assists in the series against San Antonio, in which the Warriors won in five games by an average margin of 14 points. But the offense is still a work in progress because Curry’s absence causes indecision within the system and less room to operate. During the Game 5 clincher, Durant called an audible on offense and it resulted in a turnover. And while Durant was getting back on defense, Kerr said something to him, and he was seen replying, “Relax.”
The key for the Broncos as they look over their 2018 schedule is no secret regardless of opponents: If Denver can’t solve its quarterback problem, it will have another down season. Defenses in Los Angeles, Houston and Arizona, just to name a few, won’t make that task any easier.
Toughest tests: Beyond the typical challenges that come with road games in Kansas City, Los Angeles and Oakland, San Francisco will present Denver it’s toughest away game in 2018. The Broncos’ home games against the Texans, Rams and Steelers, teams that figure to be strong playoff contenders, pad the schedule with even more tests for whoever starts at QB in Denver.
Biggest breaks: Drawing the Texans, Rams and Steelers at home is a break for the Broncos, who also host the Browns as part of the AFC North matchup. Four of the five non-division games on Denver’s road schedule are winnable on paper.
Bottom line: Even if Case Keenum starts at quarterback and plays well for Denver in 2018, its schedule, combined with the talent in its own division, makes a playoff push doubtful. Before they even think about where they stand in the AFC with contenders like the Texans and Steelers on their schedule, the Broncos need to take care of their standing in the AFC West. Those six games will define Denver’s season. Record prediction: 7-9