Le’Veon Bell and other RBs for the Broncos to consider signing

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Le'Veon Bell, Spencer Ware, Denver Broncos
Dec 22, 2019; Chicago, Illinois, USA; Kansas City Chiefs running back Spencer Ware (39) rushes the ball against Chicago Bears linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis (57) during the second half at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Mike Dinovo-USA TODAY Sports /

Spencer Ware

Spencer Ware had been a nice rotational player for the Chiefs before he landed on injured reserve last year.

Ware has 13 total touchdowns in his career (11 rushing, 2 receiving). He has 1,580 rushing yards on 340 attempts. Ware also has put up some decent receiving numbers. He has caught 59 passes for 6676 yards and two touchdowns, with his longest run coming in at 46 yards.

Ware does have some fumbles in his career (four) but those all came in the same year. It could have just been some bad luck.

It should be highlighted that Ware is a solid pass blocker and that should be quite important for the Broncos this year as they are struggling on the offensive line. With Drew Lock coming back soon, they need all the blocking they can get.

Six years ago, Ware was charged with a DUI—the same thing Gordon is being charged with. But he has since been out of the bad news.

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Gordon will be fine, as former Broncos running back Montee Ball said. Ball, if you remember, had some legal troubles of his own.