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Former Broncos OL Ja’Wuan James files grievance

Offensive lineman Ja’Wuan James filed a grievance against the Broncos (via PFT). The offensive lineman is looking to recoup $ 10 million from his 2021 salary, plus $ 5 million from 2022 salary.

James’ salary in 2021 was guaranteed for skills and injuries, while $ 5 million of his salary in 22 was guaranteed for injuries. The Broncos say they owe James nothing as his training injury occurred outside of the team’s facilities. James, meanwhile, claims he was training in a manner “specifically authorized” by the club. In addition, he worked with other Broncos teammates. And, on top of all that, James claims the Broncos facilities did not comply with Colorado’s COVID-19 safety guidelines.

In the record, James’ attorneys noted a May 5 NFL memo that noted that training injuries away from the facilities “specifically or as specifically authorized by his club are considered” soccer “”. list of football injuries two days later. And, on May 14, the Broncos cut James.

In response, the Broncos will likely argue that his off-facility training was strictly voluntary. And, therefore, they are not responsible.

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