Former Washington State standout, River Cracraft, tweeted out a picture on Monday with a Denver Broncos jersey two months after being released by the same team. Cracraft signed with the Broncos practice squad in October and was waived a few days later after sustaining a hamstring injury. His signing is with the practice squad but is a definite step in the right direction.
Cracraft finished his tenure in Pullman with 218 receptions for 2,701 yards and 20 touchdowns. His time in Pullman ended abruptly with an ACL tear and missed the final three games of his senior year.
He went on to go undrafted but worked out with the New England Patriots, Baltimore Ravens, and the Houston Texans before being signed to the Broncos the first time. On December 3rd he tweeted out that he was healthy once again and clearly made enough of an impression on the Broncos for them to give him another shot.
The Broncos are 5-9 and don’t have a chance at making this years playoffs.
Cougars Extend Mike Leach through 2022 Season - WSUCougars.com | Washington State University Athletics
Washington State University Athletics announced Monday that Head Coach Mike Leach has agreed in principle to a provision in Leach's contract to extend the agreement an additional year through the 2022 season, bringing it to a five-year contract.
MSU prepares for Washington State's aerial assault
Pass-happy Cougars averaged more than 55 attempts this season with fifth-year senior QB Luke Falk at the helm.
Washington State announces major revisions to Mike Leach’s contract | The Spokesman-Review
Washington State football coach Mike Leach will be compensated $3.5 million in 2018, $3.75 million in 2019 and $4 million each year from 2020-22. WSU also stuffed a $750,000 retention bonus into the contract if Leach stays past the 2020 season.
Ex-Washington State receiver River Cracraft re-signs with Denver Broncos practice squad | The Spokesman-Review
Cracraft re-signed with the Broncos practice squad on Monday, exactly two months after the club brought him on board the first time.
Defense Wins the Day in Boise for the Cougs - WSUCougars.com | Washington State University Athletics
With the rust of a 12 day layoff showing on the offensive end, the Cougars (6-5) fell back on their defensive toughness to win the day at Boise State (5-4) Monday night as Washington State came up with a 61-53 road win over the Broncos at Taco Bell Arena.
Men's Basketball to Host Kansas State at Spokane Arena - WSUCougars.com | Washington State University Athletics
he Washington State men's basketball team (7-3) will host Kansas State (9-2) at its home away from home, Spokane Arena, Wednesday, Dec. 20 at 8 p.m.
Area college basketball: WSU women use late 10-1 run to slip past Boise State | The Spokesman-Review
Louise Brown notched a double-double, Borislava Hristova just missed one and the Washington State Cougars hit 6 of 6 free throws in the final 20 seconds to hold off the Boise State Broncos 61-53 in nonconference women’s basketball action on Monday night in Boise.
Cougar Soccer Adds Kelis Barton as Early Enrollee - WSUCougars.com | Washington State University Athletics
Coming off a sweet 16 run in the NCAA Championships, Washington State Soccer Head Coach Todd Shulenberger has already begun to look ahead to next season as the third-year head coach announced the addition of Kelis Barton (Renton, Wash.) for the spring.