Andra Davis was released from the Broncos. I’m truly shocked with that one considering he was third on the team in tackles last year. I guess Josh McDaniels is really putting a lot of stock in his three new signees.
Speaking of the new big guys, I wonder how Justin Bannan, Jarvis Green, and Jamal Williams will handle Denver’s elevation at 5,280 feet above sea level. If I were them, I’d move here immediately to adjust.
The wrong Brandon was signed to a new contract. WR Brandon Lloyd played in the final two games of the regular season and recorded 8 catches, 1 catch for 44 yards. He signed a $2.05 million contract. Shouldn’t we be concentrating on a different Brandon here? All Denver area charities should hit up the Broncos.
The free agent signing period is a week old, and only one team has brought Brandon Marshall in for a visit and no one has offered him anything. Fingers crossed, #15 could be here to stay solely because of his immature actions in the past.
I’m still disappointed that the Broncos didn’t make an attempt to sign Julius Peppers. The Broncos had the cash and the pick up wouldn’t have cost them any draft picks.
It’s interesting that there are no teams knocking on Kyle Orton’s door. Perhaps they want to keep the dead weight in place.
Elvis Dumervil needs a contract like Justin Bannan’s (5 year, $22 million). Enough said.
When will Chris Simms be packing his bags? I hope it’s soon after the draft when the Broncos pick a strong backup QB and potential starter in 2011.
Topics:Andra Davis, Brandon Lloyd, Brandon Marshall, Chris Simms, Denver Broncos, Elvis Dumervil, Jamal Williams, Josh Mcdaniels, Julius Peppers, Justin Bannan, Kyle Orton
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Kim Constantinesco is Predominantly Orange’s senior editor. She is a credentialed writer who has covered the Broncos for seven seasons. Kim’s work has been featured on NFL.com, CBS Sports, Fox Sports, and the New York Times. She is a long time Broncos fan and currently resides in Denver, Colorado.