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And after Former Bills CB @DraytonFlorence visits the Titans on Wednesday, he is scheduled to visit the Broncos in Denver.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) May 8, 2012
Drayton Florence is a solid cornerback who started 45 games in the past three seasons for the Buffalo Bills. In production and age, he’s similar to recently released Andre Goodman… if the Broncos can get him for cheaper, it makes all the sense in the world.
(Here’s an interesting nugget, though — Goodman is visiting the Titans, too.)
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Bill Williamson of ESPN.com believes there’s a good chance that the Denver Broncos could end up moving on from running back Knowshon Moreno after an utterly disappointing career so far.
This past season Moreno tore his ACL, which is clearly not good for any NFL player, nevermind a running back. He’s also had some off the field problems that have led to him being arrested.
Maybe it had to do with the $4 million freed up by cutting Drayton Florence, or maybe it was just more of the Bills securing players that made them so good to start 2011, but Fred Jackson is now signed to anchor the Buffalo backfield through 2014.
There were big expectations from fans for Buffalo to pay the once undrafted Coe College alum whatever it took to keep him in red...
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Brian Xanders is out as general manager of the Denver Broncos after three years in that role.
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