According to Armando Salguero of the Herald, Knowshon Moreno will visit with the Dolphins on Friday.
It's apparently his first visit of free agency, which tells us all we need to know about the market for veteran running backs.
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! We're a bit squeezed for time today, so we'll open with an excerpt of Andy Benoit's thoughts on the T.J. Ward signing:
Ward is on track to be an upper-echelon man-to-man safety...Ward will also shore up the run defense, especially in nickel; the Broncos have spent the past two years toying with different personnel groupings in hopes of finding one that can actually corral a ballcarrier. And he can moonlight at free safety, which creates an insurance policy behind the talented but unreliable Rahim Moore.
As always, be sure to check out the rest of Benoit's analysis.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! According to Jeff Legwold, the team did not make an offer to Trindon Holliday prior to his having signed with the Giants.
This is no surprise, given their decision to non-tender him as a restricted free agent - doing so would have only provided a guarantee for injury, and Holliday could have been cut at the end of camp with no cap consequences.
Emmanuel Sanders returned a few punts and kicks during his time in Pittsburgh, and racked up some decent averages, but it remains to be seen whether the team would be willing to put his health at such risk.
After having lost Rahim Moore to a lower leg compartment injury, with young Duke Ihenacho playing physically but erratically, and Mike Adams a better backup than starter, Denver recently found some help at safety in the form of T.J. Ward.
A former second-round pick of the Cleveland Browns, Ward was selected to his first Pro Bowl in 2013. The Broncos are betting that his physical playing style will benefit the way their defensive secondary holds off both passing and running games.
T.J. Ward was born Terrell Ray Williams Ward Jr. on December 12, 1986, in San Francisco. He's one of three children of Terrell and LaNeita Ward, and has a brother and a sister.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Through a statement released by his publicist, the agent for Emmanuel Sanders has responded to accusations that he reneged on an agreement with the Chiefs.
The agent, Steve Weinberg, says that he and Sanders left Arrowhead on Saturday without an agreement, and were immediately "bombarded" with messages from teams interested in signing the player.
According to Weinberg, calls came in from Tampa Bay and Denver, all while the two were on their way to the airport to visit the Niners.
Not that either player was still a priority for the Broncos, but the Giants have raided the roster of the 2013 AFC Champions for cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and kick returner Trindon Holliday.
DRC got caught trying to haggle too hard on the first day of free agency, and the Broncos signed Aqib Talib instead.
The reported five-year, $35 million contract that DRC got appears to be less lucrative (on the surface, anyway) than the reported six-year, $54 million deal that he turned down from the Broncos.
According to Mike Garafolo, the Bengals will host Broncos DE Robert Ayers for a visit on Tuesday.
The 2009 first-rounder had a career-high 5.5 sacks in 2013, grading out at an excellent +11.1 in 616 snaps according to PFF, including postseason.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Disappointed contract and caponomics talk today in Peter King's latest MMQB column.
Instead of discussing the realities of overreported guarantees and bonuses, as much of the football media have chosen to do, King prattles on about how free agency is finally working, and that the so-called middle class players have reaped the rewards of this year's rising cap.
It could just be that PK doesn't know what he's talking about, as evidenced by what he wrote about Wes Welker's contract:
Per Klis, Denver would use Montgomery at center and have Manny Ramirez shift over to replace Zane Beadles at left guard.
Montgomery was released by Washington on Friday in a cap-related move; the team is shifting former Denver draftee Kory Lichtensteiger over to take his place.