Friday, May 14, 2010

Around the web: Broncos sign Daniels

Star Outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil is expected to be in Denver Sunday, for Organized Team Activities (OTA's).
"I think we'll see Elvis on Sunday, and we're looking forward to that," coach Josh McDaniels said Thursday afternoon after giving the keynote speech at the scholarship luncheon for the John Lynch Foundation at Invesco Field at Mile High.
Meanwhile, former Bronco John Lynch seems to be loving post-football life. Lynch and his family have remained in Denver since his retirement in 2008. He still gets his football fix by working as a color analyst for FOX on Sundays. He said he’s learning to be more critical in his analysis.

Former Broncos star Tyrone Braxton and former North Dakota State University defensive back is getting his bachelor’s degree in university studies 27 years after leaving school.

Today, the Broncos claimed Guard Stanley Daniels off waivers from the Packers. He started three years at the University of Washington; The next regular-season game in which he plays will be his first; He’s been on the practice squads of the Jets and Packers, and was also in camp with the Rams three years ago.

Broncos nose tackle Ronald Fields is due back in a Houston court on June 16 for a hearing on a misdemeanor charge of unlawful carry of a weapon. Fields' hearing originally was scheduled for today, but that was reset to next month, according to a clerk for Houston Criminal Court judge Pamela Goodhart.

Tebow Mania Alert: We couldn't possibly write a post without mentioning Tim Tebow. Gray Caldwell has a great article up about him on He goes into detail how Tebow is different - in a very good way.

Apparently Tim Tebow is a pretty good athleate, duh. Not only was he a star football player in college, he can play baseball as well. At a High School, Tebow hit 12 homers on 15 pitches. Rookie Wide Reciever Eric Decker isn't too bad at baseball himself - Decker batted .319 with 43 runs, four homers, 11 steals and 25 RBIs in 56 games in his second season on the diamond, but his focus on football hurt his (MLB) draft status. He did end up being drafted by the Twins, but chose football instead.

Veteran free-agent running back Brian Westbrook met with Broncos officials at Dove Valley on Thursday about the possibility of joining the team for the 2010 season. The meeting reportedly went very well, and Josh McDaniels told the Denver Post Westbrook is "healthy".

Tim Tebow is more than just a football player. He is a name, writes Garrett Barnes. Tebow was a great add by the Broncos, they will get a lot out of him, on the field, and in good publicity. You won't hear about him being in a night club fight, or being arrested for carrying a gun. Record jersey sales are a nice bonus for the Broncos as well.

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