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Old 06-08-2010, 08:03 AM
 
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Confirmed by Schefter.

Glad to see he landed on his feet. From everything I've heard he is a class act and learning behind Peyton will be a big benefit to him.
Bosco is right. As Jim Sorgi is no longer a Indianapolis Colt, he should be able to compete with Curtis Painter for being Peyton's backup. He had a great career at Fresno State, he'll do ok with Indy!
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Old 06-15-2010, 03:26 PM
 
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It has been confirmed this morning. Elvis Dumervil has signed his one year tender offer for 3.168 million.
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Old 06-15-2010, 07:03 PM
 
Location: Tampa, Florida
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Yep, now we just need to get him locked up long term.
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Old 07-22-2010, 10:21 PM
 
Location: Tampa, Florida
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Yep, now we just need to get him locked up long term.


"Dude, I got this."

Dumervil Agrees to Extension
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Old 07-23-2010, 08:16 AM
 
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Yep, just heard it on the local sports talk show just a bit ago. Glad to see it finally get done!
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Old 07-23-2010, 07:53 PM
 
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Yep, just heard it on the local sports talk show just a bit ago. Glad to see it finally get done!
He deserves it. Great offseason for him. Gets paid and his testimony helped to put Darrent's killer away for life.
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Old 07-26-2010, 12:52 AM
 
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The Denver Broncos.
Tim Tebow, Kyle Orton, or Brady Quinn?

No Brandon Marshall, but a good consistant Eddie Royal in the slot. Brandon Stokley at wideout, a very good receiving core. Put in the right quarterback, and the Broncos could be on the leaderboards in the AFC. Josh McDaniel is not known for making good decisions.

Tim Tebow needs to start what is to be a great NFL career in week 1 against the jaguars if they want to build up the bronco franchise to what it can be.

Kyle Orton needs to start week 1 if they want a decent 10-6 season, make the playoffs, and keep on being inconsistent as a franchise year after year.

Brady Quinn? Who is this guy? He is afraid to throw the ball in big games.
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Old 07-26-2010, 01:56 AM
 
Location: Tampa, Florida
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No Brandon Marshall, but a good consistant Eddie Royal in the slot. Brandon Stokley at wideout, a very good receiving core.
Stokley, if he even makes the team, will be Royal's backup.

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Josh McDaniel is not known for making good decisions.
How do you figure?

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Tim Tebow needs to start what is to be a great NFL career in week 1 against the jaguars if they want to build up the bronco franchise to what it can be.
I disagree completely. He should be nothing more than a role player for this year and maybe 2011. It's very easy to ruin quarterbacks by throwing them into the fire too early and Orton/Quinn are plenty capable in the interim.

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Brady Quinn? Who is this guy? He is afraid to throw the ball in big games.
Where do you get this stuff?
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Old 07-26-2010, 09:55 AM
 
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The Denver Post announced a few days ago that the Broncos will hold their team scrimmage at Invesco. It will be a week from this Saturday on August 7th. Free admission and free parking.

This will be a good deal for fans who are unable to come to the games. In the past the Bronco organization have been pretty good about fans getting autographs from their favorite players. Don't think that will be the case here, but one treat will be noteworthy. Floyd Little's induction speech will be on the big screen after the scrimmage is over.

Training camp will be cranking up near the end of this week! Donkeyball forever! Gates will open at 5 p.m., scrimmage starts at 6 p.m.
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Old 07-26-2010, 06:43 PM
 
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Stokley, if he even makes the team, will be Royal's backup.

How do you figure?

I disagree completely. He should be nothing more than a role player for this year and maybe 2011. It's very easy to ruin quarterbacks by throwing them into the fire too early and Orton/Quinn are plenty capable in the interim.

Where do you get this stuff?

yeah it completely ruined peyton manning and matt ryan throwing them into week 1 of the NFL season, let alone first snap. Others include Ben Roethlisberger who went 15-1? Joe Flacco that brought the Ravens from the bottom of the AFC North to the AFC Championship? Mark Sanchez who brought his team to the AFC Championship?

Both you and I know that Tim Tebow is going to be the franchise player.

Josh McDaniels is one of the biggest "bonehead" coaches. Not quite as bad as Jim Zorn, (lmao). but not quite a playcaller such as Sean Payton.

I got that from him trying to get rid of Jay Cutler, who was one of the best quarterbacks Denver has seen in quite some time, and they finally gave Cutler the defense. Josh McDaniels just didn't like Cutler.

Don't even start talking about his interceptions in Chicago, because the Chicago Bears have not one receiver like Brandon Marshall, another guy that Josh McDaniels wanted to get rid of, and benched him in a very important game that was non-injury related. It was not the general manager that benched him, it was McDaniels, and they ended up losing to Kansas City 44-24. If they played Marshall, the Broncos most likely would of had a winning season and could of had a shot at the wild card.

For future reference, that was very easy to back up my words.

Now tell me. Where did you get THAT stuff from? lmao
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