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Last week, the Denver Broncos locked up Ryan Clady by placing their franchise tag on the Pro Bowl left tackle. Once the new league year begins, they are expected to place a second-round tender on punter Britton Colquitt.
“Colquitt is already a restricted free agent. To make sure he stays restricted, the Broncos are expected to place a second-round tender on him March 12, which would pay him a $2.023 million salary for 2013,” wrote the Denver Post‘s Mike Klis.
“Other teams can still try to sign away Colquitt, but besides paying him a relatively lucrative contract they would have to give the Broncos a second-round draft choice. That’s highly unlikely to happen.”
Klis went on to note that the Broncos would ultimately like to wrap up both Colquitt and Clady with multi-year deals. Meanwhile, fullback Chris Gronkowski has been informed he will not be tendered, making it highly unlikely that he will return with Denver next season.
Britton’s brother, Dustin, just became the highest paid punter in the league when he signed a five-year, $18.75 million deal with the Chiefs, keeping him in Kansas City. Both of the Colquitt brothers have high-powered right legs.
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If you follow Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller on Twitter, you may have thought he was being overly cocky with a tweet he sent out early Monday morning. Like so many have done before him and wound up falling flat on their faces, Miller guaranteed that the Broncos will win the Super Bowl next season.
You can post this where ever.. Denver broncos will win the Super Bowl 2013 #4UJEREMIAH...
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