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Broncos OL Orlando Franklin makes best of position change

One reason offensive lineman Orlando Franklin was asked to play left guard: He has all of the necessary attributes. He is 6-foot-7 large and 320 pounds strong. He has athletic flexibility and worldly adaptability, having lived in Jamaica, Toronto and Miami before settling in Denver. He even has experience at the position going back to his college days at the University of Miami...
Via Pro Sports Daily
June 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Orlando Franklin Is Officially Moving To Left Guard

Not long ago, I speculated that big Orlando Franklin could be moved to left guard, should the Broncos decide to let Zane Beadles walk.Per Franklin himself, he's doing just that.Franklin played both left guard and left tackle as a Miami Hurricane. However, since the day he was drafted, he has been the Broncos' right tackle.And he's done a helluva job. In 2011, as a rookie...
Via Pro Football Spot
April 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Weekly Rewind: Denver Broncos need “Full Montee,” Orlando Franklin angry, more

Denver Broncos News - After losing Knowshon Moreno in free agency, Denver needs the “Full Montee” (READ) - Orlando Franklin was “pissed” earlier in the week. But why? (READ) - Franklin then clarified with many more tweets (READ) - And finally, the Broncos offseason schedule was announced (READ) You may also be interested in:Weekly Rewind: Denver Broncos need “Full Montee...
Via cover32 - Broncos
April 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Denver Broncos right tackle Orlando Franklin offers some clarity on recent tweet

Yesterday we told you about a cryptic, odd tweet Denver Broncos right tackle Orlando Franklin sent out. It raised some questions about his role on the team (and attitude), but today Franklin took to Twitter to clear the situation up. Twitter Fam – A few of you have asked about some recent tweets, so I wanted to take a second to clarify. — Orlando Franklin (@OFranklin74) April...
Via cover32 - Broncos
April 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Denver Broncos right tackle Orlando Franklin is not happy, deletes angry tweet

Denver Broncos right tackle Orlando Franklin sent this odd, angry and now deleted tweet out on Saturday. via Mile High Report With the return of Ryan Clady (ACL) at left tackle, and the loss of left guard Zane Beadles in free agency, a common thought process has been that Chris Clark will shift from left tackle to right tackle, and Franklin will be asked to slide to left guard. Maybe...
Via cover32 - Broncos
April 01, 2014  |  2 Comments

Should the Denver Broncos move Orlando Franklin to guard?

Should the Denver Broncos move Orlando Franklin to guard?Sports reporters and arm-chair quarterbacks have been voicing their desire to move Orlando Franklin to left guard.  The move makes sense as Zane Beadles is the weakest link on a good offensive line.  Franklin is a massive man who has played both guard and tackle at the University of Miami.  Even the Denver Broncos coaches...
Via isportsweb.com
February 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Broncos RT Orlando Franklin reportedly day to day with a sprained ankle

According to ProFootballTalk.com,  Broncos right tackle Orlando Franklin is day to day with a sprained ankle. Franklin went for tests on his ankle and knee on Monday to discover the severity of his injuries. PFT has learned, via a league source, that Franklin is being considered day-to-day with an ankle sprain. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Broncos...
Via Pro Football Zone
October 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Broncos may shift O-linemen Franklin, Kuper

We’re reading increased reports of big Orlando Franklin‘s possible shift from right tackle to a position in the interior of the offensive line, with right guard (somewhat surprisingly) being the most-discussed destination. The idea: move Franklin to right guard, then shift Chris Kuper over to left guard, replacing Zane Beadles. The move would put the Broncos’ strongest offensive...
Via BroncoTalk
August 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Orlando Franklin — Denver Broncos BT Profile

Name: Orlando Franklin Height, Weight: 6’6″, 330 Position: Tackle Age, Experience: 24, 2nd Season College: Miami (Fl.) Orlando Franklin was selected in the second round (45th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos after a decorated collegiate career in Miami.  Starting in all sixteen games last season, Franklin helped send running back Willis...
Via BroncoTalk
March 01, 2012  |  Discuss

Orlando Franklin Looks Mentally Handicapped In His Introduction Picture

Orlando Franklin of the Denver Broncos looked “special” in his introduction picture against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Trust me Orlando, the cross eyed look is not a good one. What the hell is that on Tebow’s lip? If he weren’t a virgin, I would guess it’s an out break of herpes. Might want to use some concealer Tim. Broncos fans dressed like idiots and more after the JUMP...
Via Busted Coverage
January 08, 2012  |  Discuss
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