Well, the NFL season has come and went. The Playoffs are over, and so is the Super Bowl. But, just because it’s over, doesn’t mean it’s necessarily over. You’ve got the combine, the draft, and most importantly: free agency.
Let’s talk about the Broncos. After a horrible Super Bowl loss to Seattle, they were looking to improve this offseason in whatever way they needed to. In their case, it was defense. They released Champ Bailey, to save some cap space, and boy, did they use it well. Denver signed former Patriots cornerback, Aqib Talib, and former Cowboys defensive end, Demarcus Ware within 24 hours. Another veteran that Denver let go of was wide receiver, Eric Decker.
A few days after his release, Decker signed with the New York Jets. Some more free agent WRs who are on the go, include: Golden Tate (Seahawks to Lions), Steve Smith (Panthers to Ravens), Hakeem Nicks (Giants to Colts), and Brandon LaFell (Panthers to Patriots).
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