Found June 16, 2013 on Thacover2:
PLAYERS: Willis McGahee
TEAMS: Denver Broncos
After being released by the Denver Broncos, running back Willis McGahee stated that he was healthy, and planned to play in 2013. The Colorado Springs Gazette is reporting that concerns from the Broncos about McGahee’s health were the primary reason he was released by the Broncos. What isn’t known right now is whether or not the Broncos had concerns about a preexisting injury, or just felt that the 31 year McGahee had run his course with the team.
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