Found November 21, 2011 on
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Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore is the new Kyle Orton. I mean that as a compliment. He’s the guy no franchise fully wants starting in Week One, but he’s proven that he belongs in the NFL. Moore probably has a higher ceiling than Orton, who has won 33 games as a starter and is earning $9…
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Newspaper reports out of Chicago indicate the Bears might try to claim the recently-released Kyle Orton off waivers, and if successful, would return the QB to the team that originally drafted him.
The Kyle Orton era is over in Denver. The Broncos have officially waived the quarterback. This comes at no surprise since the team named Tim Tebow as the starter a few weeks ago. A few teams that might claim Orton include the Bears and the Texans. I am not sure either team will actually claim Orton because they would have to pay the rest of his $7.4 million dollar salary.
Could Kyle Orton be returning to the Bears after being released by Denver? Reports say Bears are interested, but Orton may not make it to them in the waiver process.
The Denver Broncos cut quarterback Kyle Orton on Tuesday leaving speculation that he could return to the Bears to fill in for injured Jay Cutler if he can clear waivers. Cutler will undergo surgery on Wednesday and the...
Miami set up two touchdowns with interceptions, Matt Moore threw for three scores, and the Dolphins' improbable midseason surge gained momentum Sunday when they drubbed the Buffalo Bills 35-8.
Kyle Orton is done in Denver. Orton, the quarterback who was handed the Broncos’ starting job in training camp only to lose it to Tim Tebow after five games, has been waived today, an NFL source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The move comes as a surprise, but maybe it shouldn’t: Tebow has solidified his hold…
The Denver Broncos waived quarterback Kyle Orton on Tuesday.
Kyle Orton has gone from Jay Cutler's replacement to Tim Tebow's backup to the unemployment line.
The Broncos waived veteran quarterback Kyle Orton on Tuesday, meaning that any team awarded him off waivers would have to pay the $2.58 million remaining on his salary for the season.