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As expected, the Denver Broncos are planning to part ways with veteran linebacker D.J. Williams this spring. Per the Denver Post: “When the NFL season officially opens for business March 12, the Broncos are expected to place Williams on the trading block. It won’t be easy trading a player who is scheduled to make $6 million in 2013, is on the wrong side of age 30 and is coming off a double suspension that crippled his production in 2012,” wrote Mike Klis. [...] “If no team is willing to give the Broncos a draft pick in return, they are expected to release Williams before April 15, when players report to Dove Valley headquarters for team conditioning.” Williams (30) was drafted by the Broncos in the first round (17th overall) in 2004. Since then, he has recorded 824 tackles, 20.5 sacks, and forced 10 fumbles. With the emergence of Von Miller (23) and Wesley Woodyard (26), Williams has become expendable at outside linebacker, especially when his off-the-field troubles are added into the equation. Moving forward, middle linebacker is the LB position up for grabs, with third-year, 240-pounder Nate Irving appearing to have the inside track to win the gig this summer.
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Mike Klis of the Denver Post expects to see the Broncos attempt to trade LB D.J. Williams at some point this offseason.
Klis admits that it’s not going to be easy to secure compensation for Williams given that he’s set to make $6 million for the this year, he’ll be 31 come July and is coming off a double suspension.
Klis adds that Broncos would likely cut him loose if they’re...
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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...
According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, the Broncos are expected to attempt to trade linebacker D.J. Williams once the new league year begins on March 12th. If they’re unable to trade him, they’re expected to release him. Don’t be surprised if D.J. Williams is a starting linebacker in 2013. It’s easy to see him starting for Mike Shanahan’s Washington Redskins or...
Accordimg to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, linebacker D.J.Williams will not be returning the the Broncos defense.
Williams is set to make $6 million in the 2013 season, a number too big for a Broncos team that played most of the season without Williams who missed nine games in 2012 serving two seperate suspensions. Klis writes:
'It’s expected that the Broncos will try...
Demaryius Thomas, WR, Denver Broncos
School: Georgia Tech
FANTASY FOOTBALL ANALYSIS
Demaryius Thomas wasn’t supposed to be this good. Yeah, Peyton Manning was coming in, but he was supposed to litter Eric Decker with balls, which… he well, did. However, it was Thomas who had the All-Pro caliber season, even though his...
Denver used its franchise tag on Pro Bowl left tackle Ryan Clady.Fantasy Spin:The Broncos are waiting for Clady to recover from shoulder surgery before talking about a long-term extension. Expect the Boise State alum to produce another Pro-Bowl caliber season in 2013.
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