First up in the Broncos’ pursuit of free agents are Broncos. The team has notified the agents of restricted free agents Britton Colquitt, Chris Clark and Lance Ball that they will be tendered contracts Tuesday.
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Denver Broncos plan to tender three, including punter Britton Colquitt
After keeping four key players in the past two days, the new regime in Kansas City shed a big name in a move that could have an effect on the No. 1 pi…
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Winston cut may shift thinking on No. 1 pick
The San Francisco 49ers parted ways with a six-time Pro Bowl player Wednesday, and they might not be interested in acquiring in a four-time Pro Bowl performer.
NFL roundup: 49ers cut Akers; Eagles to cut Asomugha? (The SportsXchange)
We interrupt these stories of historical speed, 40-yard dashes and football hopefuls chasing NFL dreams to offer this thought: Take a breath, please.
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NFL draft analysts should be leery of unofficial times in 40-yard dash
DENVER (CBS4) – There’s a chance that Elvis may leave the building. The Denver Broncos want Elvis Dumervil to take a pay cut, and if he doesn’t accept, CBS4’s Vic Lombardi was told they might release him. It’s all up to the negotiators. Dumervil is due to make $12 million next season. He’s technically under contract for the next three seasons for a grand total of $31 million. Broncos want him to take less. If they can’t work something out in the next week the Broncos will take a long look at Dwight Freeney, who souces say they’re interested in. Freeney is 33 years old and his better days are likely behind him. But if they can sign Freeney for half the price of Dumervil, they’re very interested. Peyton Manning wouldn’t mind having Freeney on the team since they were teammates in Indianapolis.
Elvis Dumervil Faces Release If He Doesn’t Take Pay Cut
Certainly when you talk about familiar faces who are expected to play elsewhere in the coming season, linebacker D.J. Williams comes to mind for the Broncos.
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D.J. Williams, Tracy Porter unlikely to return to Broncos next season
The Denver Broncos are asking pass-rushing specialist Elvis Dumervil to restructure his contract, according to multiple reports.
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Reports: Broncos want Dumervil to re-do contract (The SportsXchange)
I’m not surprised by the CBSSports.com report that states the Denver Broncos want pass-rusher Elvis Dumervil to take a pay cut. I’ve heard rumblings …
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Is Elvis Dumervil on his way out of Denver?
We have a new colleague at ESPN.com. Well, at least for the day. Denver quarterback Peyton Manning took the time to pen a long, detailed dairy of his…
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Manning offers unique look at special trip