Denver police issued an arrest warrant for new Broncos SS T.J. Ward for misdemeanor assault and disturbing the peace.
Broncos agreed to terms with SS T.J. Ward, formerly of the Browns, on a four-year, $23 million contract.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Eagles are "not in the mix" for free agent SS T.J. Ward.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports free agent SS T.J. Ward is drawing "strong interest" from the Lions and Eagles.
The New York Daily News reports the Jets have interest in free agent SS T.J. Ward.
According to the Denver Post, the Broncos are expected to pursue free agent SS T.J. Ward when the market opens Tuesday.
The National Football Post reports "about a dozen NFL teams" have expressed interest in or inquired about free agent SS T.J. Ward since the negotiating period began on Saturday.
The Lions have inquired about free agent SS T.J. Ward.
Free agent T.J. Ward's player rep says he's had "detailed contract discussions" with the Browns.
The Browns have begun efforts to re-sign free agent SS T.J. Ward.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport would be "surprised" if the Browns didn't use the franchise tag on free agent SS T.J. Ward.
ESPN Cleveland is "getting a sense" the Browns may use the franchise tag on impending free agent SS T.J. Ward.
Impending free agent SS T.J. Ward hopes to re-sign with the Browns.
Browns SS T.J. Ward blamed the league's rules for his low hit that reportedly tore Rob Gronkowski's ACL in Week 14.