While we usually like to look at the positives surrounding the Denver Broncos, there are some definite Draft day busts that are interesting to look at, too.
After profiling the top tight end in franchise history yesterday, we’re looking at the worst tight end draft pick for Denver.
While there are multiple possibilities, we’ll go with a more recent player, as to illustrate...
Redskins Sign Seven Futures Contracts PLAYER POSITION HEIGHT WEIGHT D.O.B. NFL EXP. COLLEGE Tevita Stevens OL 6-1 306 7/4/87 R Utah Peyton Thompson DB 5-11 180 9/26/90 1 San Jose St. Robert Malone P 6-2 215 2/4/88 3 Fresno St. Richard Quinn TE 6-4 264 9/6/86 5 North Carolina Ryan Mouton CB 5-9 184 9/23/86 [...]
The Bengals waived tight end Richard Quinn and waived five other players on Sunday, leaving them with 81 on the roster.
Quinn was on the roster for 15 games last season but was inactive each week. He was Denver's second-round pick in 2009 and played in 29 games, including four starts, in two seasons.
The Bengals also waived defensive tackle Vaughn Meatoga of Hawaii, a first...
In an interview with ESPN 980, The Sports Fix, Mike Shanahan confirmed that Niles Paul was transitioning to tight end and that he reminded him of Shannon Sharpe.
He gives you a chance to have a difference maker at the tight end position
I hate to compare anybody to a hall of fame player going into his second year, but Shannon Sharpe came into Denver exactly the same height. He...
Have you ever dreamed of being a professional athlete? Well believe it or not some professional athletes also dream of being professional athletes—in other sports, that is.
If he could, recently signed Redskins tight end Richard Quinn would like to switch places with NBA star LeBron James for a day.
Quinn was born and raised in Maple Heights, Ohio, which is about 40 minutes...
The Redskins’ newest tight end, Richard Quinn, actually had plans to be wearing burgundy and gold a week earlier than he was signed.
He had a tryout at Redskins Park last month, he said, and finally got the call last Thursday that a contract was waiting for him in Ashburn. Quinn left his North Carolina home and got about halfway up Interstate 95 before his phone rang again.
Two of the Broncos’ second-round picks from 2009 have finally found new teams.
Safety Darcel McBath (No. 48 overall) has signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars, and tight end Richard Quinn (No. 64 overall) has signed with the Washington Redskins. Both players were Broncos when the preseason began, but neither ended up on the 53-man roster to start the season.
It took until this...