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NFL Trade Rumors:
Mike Klis of the Denver Post reports that the Broncos have reached an agreement with P Britton Colquitt on a three-year extension.
Klis adds that the new money included in Colquitt ‘s extension will make him the highest-paid punter in terms of annual average at $3.9 million per year.
Colquitt’s brother, Dustin, averages $3.75 million.
The two sides were reportedly in discussions a little over a week ago, so this doesn’t come as a huge surprise. Colquitt, 28, finished last season third in net punting average with 42.1, but Pro Football Focus had him rated as the No. 23 punter overall.
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Silly me. On Thursday, I sat around all day waiting for the game to start. I checked my T.V. listing, not on local cable. So then I press the “Watch the game online” button on the denverbroncos.com homepage. *Facepalm*. Completely spaced that the NFL Network channel has exclusive preseason rights to air the games. Only $19.99 for the season, only about $6 in my bank account....
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Take that big brother. The Broncos have agreed to terms on a new four-year $13 million contract with punter Britton Colquitt.
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