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|Broncos announce cuts to get down to final 53 |
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
(8/31/13) Running back Lance Ball and offensive lineman Ryan Lilja, who was attempting a comeback, where the two most notable cuts made by the Broncos on Saturday.
The offensive cuts were as follows: center C.J. Davis, running back Jeremiah Johnson, tight end Jake O'Connell, offensive lineman Philip Blake, tackle Paul Cornick, wide receiver Tavarres King, tackle Vinston Painter, wide receiver Gerell Robinson and wide receiver Lamaar Thomas.
Those on defense waived were end Jeremy Beal, tackle Romney Fuga, tackle Ben Garland, cornerback Aaron Hester, linebacker Damien Holmes, safety Ross Rasner and defensive end John Youboty.
The Broncos also placed linebackers Stewart Bradley and Lerentee McCray, as well as defensive end Quanterus Smith on IR. Star linebacker Von Miller is now on the Reserve/Suspended list.
|Linebacker Stewart Bradley to have wrist surgery |
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
(8/19/13) Stewart Bradley, projected as Denver's starting middle linebacker, will undergo wrist surgery and miss "several weeks," reports the Denver Post. Wesley Woodyard will shift from the weak side to the middle, and weakside linebacker Danny Trevathan will move into the starting lineup, the paper said.
|Cards release Bradley, Gay |
|by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(3/1/13) The Cardinals have released veteran linebacker Stewart Bradley and cornerback William Gay.
Denver Broncos 2014 offseason preview
With the 2013 season officially in the books, the Eye on Football staff is looking ahead to the offseason for all 32 NFL teams. Next up: The Denver Broncos.