Montgomery reportedly seen as starting center

Good Morning, Broncos fans! The addition of Will Montgomery adds plenty of intrigue to Denver's offensive line and who might start, and where.

According to Jeff Legwold, Denver foresees Montgomery as their starting center.

Pending the draft, this would mean Manny Ramirez or Orlando Franklin starts at left guard, with Franklin or Chris Clark manning right tackle.

Now, if we want to confuse things even more by throwing some poop at the wall, there's always two-time Carolina guard Travelle Wharton, who says he's considering retirement.

He had scheduled but canceled a visit with Denver last summer before returning to the Panthers and putting forth a stellar season.

Obviously, the Broncos could have used Wharton last year.

We'll assume the signing of Montgomery would preclude Wharton from reuniting with John Fox and Dave Magazu, but it's an idea to tuck away for the next several months.


Chris Harris says he did some recruiting of former Jayhawks teammate Aqib Talib before talks broke down with Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.

Harris has been performing his rehab from ACL surgery at Dove Valley, doing pool, cycling, and core work five days a week.

Adam Teicher says the Chiefs' loss of Emmanuel Sanders to Denver was a huge blow to KC's offseason.

Andrew Mason would be surprised if Denver were to draft a tight end.


Oakland re-signed RB Jeremy Stewart, while Maurice Jones-Drew has already overdosed on the Kool-Aid, suggesting that Matt Schaub can lead the Raiders to the SB.

Tennessee is expected to cut RB Chris Johnson sometime in the next week.

Pittsburgh added WR Darrius Heyward-BeyDetroit brought back QB Dan Orlovsky; Miami is hosting WR Nate Burleson.

DeSean Jackson

Richard Sherman correctly points out the nauseating difference between how Jim Irsay and DeSean Jackson are written about.

Mike Tanier, Andrew Cohen, Steve PalazzoloMike Silver, Mike Freeman, Dan Pompei, and Jeffri Chadiha react to Washington's signing of Jackson.

Some dumbass beat writer said he'd quit if Washington signed Jackson. Of course, he didn't.


According to PFF's data, Denver generated a lot of unblocked pressure in 2013, but did very little with it. The return of Von Miller and addition of DeMarcus Ware should solve that problem.

Andy Benoit explains why running backs aren't getting paid very much this offseason.

Chase Stuart says scoring is up because of better field goal accuracy, not because offenses are any better.

Gil Brandt wishes Jerry Jones would just put his pride aside and hire someone to run football ops for the Cowboys.


Bucky Brooks was impressed by Jadeveon Clowney's pro day performance.

Doug Farrar discusses the top guard prospects; Russ Lande scouts a handful of so-called skill position prospects.

Greg Gabriel scouts cornerbacks Phillip Gaines (Rice) and Walt Aikens (Liberty).

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