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Denver Broncos sign guard Evan Mathis to one year deal

In the same week that Peyton Manning stated he had no feeling in his finger tips, the Denver Broncos decided to sign offensive lineman Evan Mathis to a one-year deal. With the addition of Mathis, the issue of Manning not having feeling in his throwing hand might help his chances. Evan isn’t just some other guy who will help beef up the offensive line. He is a two time pro bowler...
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It’s a math issue, not a cap issue

Most fans and members of the media who follow and cover the Denver Broncos on a daily basis were surprised at the announcement that the team had signed free agent All-Pro guard Evan Mathis to a one-year contract worth $2.5 million, with the chance to earn up to $4 million total after incentives. The deal was a surprise to some because the team signed Mathis, apparently sight unseen...
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Evan Mathis is a Denver Bronco, Time to Move On

The Evan Mathis watch reached the point where it really became Evan Mathis Fever. Despite all the moves that the Miami Dolphins made over the offseason - the signings of Ndamukong Suh, Greg Jennings and Jordan Cameron, the drafting of DeVante Parker, etc. - Dolphins fans were still convinced that the Dolphins would be 8-8 at best all over again without Mathis.I understand these people...
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The menacing glare of Evan Mathis

When John Elway told the gathered media following a disappointing playoff loss to the Indianapolis Colts that he wanted a team that was going to go out “kicking and screaming,” the scribes, talking heads and mouthpieces in the room knew they had a golden goose that would keep laying eggs for at least a year and until one of two logical conclusions: Yet another unceremonious end...
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G Evan Mathis on joining the Broncos: 'The No. 1 priority in finding a new place to play was playing for a contender'

New Denver Broncos guard Evan Mathis said that he turned down more money in order to play in the Mile High City and that playing for a playoff caliber team was very important in his decision. The Pro-Bowl lineman said "the No. 1 priority in finding a new place to play was playing for a contender," via "The Broncos weren't in the mix early on. They were kind of the...
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Broncos Sign Pro Bowl Offensive Lineman To One Year Contract

Call it an early holiday present for the Denver Broncos and their quarterback, Peyton Manning. The team has agreed to terms on a deal with offensive lineman Evan Mathis. Mathis, who has played with four different teams over his ten year career, can make as much as $4 million dollars with the incentives in the deal: Broncos and former Eagles G Evan Mathis agreed to a one-year deal...
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Denver Broncos sign pro bowl guard Evan Mathis

  The Broncos bolstered their offensive line this afternoon, agreeing to terms with former Eagles G Evan Mathis on a one year contract. The highly coveted Mathis will immediately bolster the Broncos young offensive line and will likely start at left guard for the Broncos giving rookie Max Garcia more time to develop. Agreed to terms on a one-year deal with Pro Bowl G Evan Mathis...
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BREAKING: Denver Broncos make huge move, sign All-Pro Evan Mathis

Brace yourselves, Broncos fans, your hopes and dreams have now come true. Evan Mathis is a Denver Bronco. AROUND COVER32 Power Rankings: How all 32 teams stack up in terms of general interest Fantasy Preview: The top-75 WRs for 2015 Top 10: The NFL’s best fan bases Five Things: What we learned during week two of the preseason Broncos and former Eagles G Evan Mathis agreed to...
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Evan Mathis May Have Hinted Toward Signing With Seattle Seahawks

Evan Mathis has been one of the most sought-after free agents in the NFL ever since the Philadelphia Eagles let him go to save money. Mathis offers veteran leadership and the ability to help change the course of an offensive line — something plenty of teams are in need of right now. The Pittsburgh Steelers are the latest team to join the market for an offensive lineman now that...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Evan Mathis savages report of contract offer from Chiefs, visits Seahawks today

Last night on twitter Benjamin Allbright reported that free agent guard Evan Mathis was offered a massive deal by the Kansas City Chiefs, who happened to be beating the Seattle Seahawks at the time: #Chiefs "definitely in play" for Evan Mathis. Offer qppears to be multi-year deal, bulk guaranteed (ballpark of $20 mil). — Benjamin Allbright (@AllbrightNFL) August 22, 2015 Allbright...
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