The Denver Broncos have been actively searching for another linebacker and are testing the veteran waters before free agency begins on March 11. According to Marc Sessler of NFL.com, the Broncos are working out former Seahawks linebacker Lofa Tatupu, a six-year veteran who has not played since 2010.Tatupu was drafted in 2005 by the Seattle Seahawks from USC and had an impressive...
Wesley Woodyard and Paris Lenon can’t feel good about their chances of playing for the Denver Broncos next year. That’s because Denver’s been meeting with middle linebackers the last two days. On Monday, it was D’Qwell Jackson, formerly of the Cleveland Browns and currently on the free agent market. Jackson could be a big improvement at the pivotal position, but after meeting...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that former Seahawks LB Lofa Tatupu is working out for the Denver Broncos on Tuesday. Tatupu, 31, has been out of the league the past three seasons, so it comes as a bit of a surprise to see him working out for an NFL team. The Falcons signed Tatupu to a two-year, $5.75 million contract back in 2012, but he suffered a torn pectoral muscle during...
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