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...
Linebacker D’Qwell Jackson left Denver on Monday without a contract from the Broncos. John Elway and company should have never let the linebacker leave, as it would fill a giant hole in the Broncos defense. Denver needs Jackson much more than Jackson needs the Broncos. Middle linebacker has been a problem for the Broncos since the days of Al Wilson. They used stop gaps like Joe...
Denver Broncos middle linebacker Paris Lenon owns an odd distinction. He is the only active NFL player to have played in the XFL, the alternative and ill-fated league run by World Wrestling Entertainment CEO/Chairman Vince McMahon, where the rules were as scant as the cheerleaders' outfits and the pre-game coin toss was replaced by two players sprinting to, then wrestling for a ball...
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