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The Denver Broncos have officially released veteran running back Willis McGahee. Which NFL team, if any, will pick him up?
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According to Lindsey Jones of USA TODAY Sports, running back Willis McGahee reported to today’s minicamp session and made it clear that he expects to be the starter this season.
Willis McGahee is indeed here for Broncos minicamp.
— Lindsay Jones (@bylindsayhjones) June 11, 2013
McGahee said he is expecting to be the Broncos starting RB come Sept. 5. He took only a couple snaps...
After suffering an injury last season and younger talent coming in for the Broncos, Denver had no choice but to let veteran running back Willis McGahee go. Willis McGahee was doing a fairly good job for Denver last season until he unfortunately went down with an injury. After McGahee took a permanent seat on the bench, so-called bust Knowshon Moreno came in and did a great job filling...
The Denver Broncos have released Willis McGahee, their leading rusher last year.
The 31-year-old running back is the NFL's active leader with 33 100-yard games. McGahee is coming off a right knee injury that sidelined him for the final two months last season. The 11-year veteran was set to make $2.5 million in 2013.
McGahee skipped all of the team's 10 voluntary workouts...
It seems the professional football world hates 30-something-year-old running backs more and more every year. Only 18 months removed from a season in which he averaged 4.8 yards per carry and fell just a single yard short of the 1,200-yard mark, Willis McGahee was released by the Denver Broncos today. Now, McGahee joins a list of recently prominent but soon-to-be forgotten running...
Willis McGahee is back in the Denver Broncos' camp, if not necessarily their good graces.
The 11th-year running back skipped each of the Broncos' 10 ''voluntary'' practices over the last month but showed up for the start of the team's three-day mandatory minicamp Tuesday.
That left Pro Bowl left tackle Ryan Clady, who's recovering from offseason...
Now that the hated Denver Broncos have released pro-bowl running back Willis McGahee, football pundits have put the Oakland Raiders as a prime destination for the veteran running back. In theory, McGahee would be a perfect complement to oft-injured running back Darren McFadden. McGahee would be a huge upgrade over penciled in number-two running back Rashad Jennings. There are two...
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ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Denver Broncos have released RB Willis McGahee.
“I knew it was going to happen,” said McGahee, per Josina Anderson. “It is what it is. They are going younger.“
The Broncos reduced his reps during this week’s minicamp. Ronnie Hillman and rookie Montee Ball both received more work than the veteran running back, so it’s not all that...
According to EPSN’s Adam Schefter, the Denver Broncos have released running back Willis McGahee
Broncos released RB Willis McGahee.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 13, 2013
I really don’t believe McGahee has much football left in him, but the Dolphins might be a good fit and he did play his college ball at the University of Miami.
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Denver parts ways with veteran running back Willis McGahee in favor of younger players at the position.
In a move that had been speculated for a couple of months now, the Denver Broncos have parted ways with veteran running back Willis McGahee who was coming back from a broken leg.
The Broncos drafted Montee Ball to be the future starting running back and must be comfortable enough with Knowshon Moreno as the backup. Moreno finally showed some life toward the end of 2012 after McGahee...
Willis McGahee was a first round pick by the Buffalo Bills in 2003. McGahee went 23rd overall. However, today the tailback with five seasons of 990+ rushing yards is out of a job. The Denver Broncos released Willis McGahee this morning.
ESPN NFL expert Adam Schefter tweeted the following a few minutes ago:
Broncos released RB Willis McGahee.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter)...
Once you see reports like “Montee Ball getting special attention from Peyton Manning” you know that means trouble for every other running back on the Broncos roster. Especially injured ones like Willis McGahee, who is coming off the latest of many devastating leg injuries in his career. McGahee had been having a fairly productive 2012 campaign, having amassed 731 rushing yards...