Report: Broncos have had discussions with 49ers about Aqib Talib

The 49ers are discussing a trade with the Broncos for cornerback Aqib Talib, Dianna Russini of ESPN reports. But the trade appears unlikely, Russini adds, which would suit Talib as he prefers his release so he can return to the Patriots.

Talib, 32, is due to make $11 million in base salary and count $12 million against the cap. The Broncos would save $11 million with his trade or release.

The person spoke under the condition of anonymity while not authorized to speak publicly on the matter.

There was no vote, nor any formal proposals regarding the protests during the national anthem, but further discussion is expected when owners meet again in Atlanta in May. Although it is suggested in the league’s game day operations manual that players “should” stand at attention for The Star-Spangled Banner, the NFL has not adopted any language change in the manual or additional policy that mandates that players must refrain from demonstrations.

Yet owners unanimously approved the local matching fund component that they pledged to the Players Coalition last fall to address various social issues. The 32 teams will work with players to determine how to allocate the funds.

Goodson was scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent.

A contract tolls when a er in the final year of his deal remains on the physically unable to perform list beyond the sixth game of the season.

Goodson, 28, tore his ACL and MCL during the 2016 season. He started training camp on PUP and remained there until December 6. But Goodson did not last season, ending up on injured reserve after injuring his hamstring.

The Packers have used Goodson mostly as a special teams er since making him a sixth-round pick in 2014. He has three career starts at cornerback.

A lot of people think Barkley will be in the top spot on the Giants’ board, and that they’ll take him if he’s there. No doubt they consider him a dynamic player, and Shurmur is on record saying how much he needs a dual-threat running back.