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It should come as no surprise but Brandon Stokley hopes to return to the Denver Broncos next season. Stokley, 37, is set to be a free agent.
“I definitely would still love to play. I still love to compete and I feel this is the only thing that I do halfway good, so why stop now? So, for me, hopefully I get another opportunity,” Stokley said.
Stokley was signed to a one-year deal with the Broncos and operated as a slot receiver. He also proved to be a valuable target near the redzone catching 5 touchdown passes.
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For a record third consecutive year, the four Divisional Playoff games averaged more than 34 million viewers and accounted for the four most-watched shows on television last week (chart below).
Saturday night’s Baltimore Ravens-Denver Broncos game on CBS drew 35.3 million viewers ranking as the most-watched AFC Saturday Divisional Playoff since at least 1987....