The starting QB has far more important things to worry about than whether or not the backup develops, Stokley, Dilfer and the like could be brought in specifically for that reason. The possibility that Stokley will contribute on the field makes it an ideal situation, imo.......
2- Damontre Moore DE
2- Christine Michael RB
3- Da'Rick Rogers WR
4- Quanteris Smith DE
4- Xavier Nixon LG
5- Nicholas Williams DT
7- Rogers Gaines OT
Cfa- Latavius Murray RB
Cfa- Nathan Stanley QB
Cfa- Marcus Cooper CB
Cfa- Ray Polk SS
Cfa- Brice Butler WR/CB
I might even sub Michael Buchanon for Da'Rick Rogers and draft 3 DE's. Denver has exactly zero RDE's atm, Q Smith might have to start season on the Pup and Ayers is going into contract season.
Seriously, the people who complain about how much attention Tebow gets seem to be the very same people who STILL can't shut up about him.
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Even if he has nothing left he would be a positive influence on the 10 WR on the current roster. I don't see that many on the active roster when training camp ends. There are only 5 TE on the roster all of which could still be there on day 1 of the regular season. Stokely probably knows that his best football days are behind him and if he signs with anybody it would only be to compete during camp and help push the younger guys. More than likely the Broncos will work one of the TE into the offense as FB on third and short and in the red zone to give Manning that 5th set of hands.
Thats cool. He might have one more year left in him. If so, who do we keep as WRs? Thomas, Decker, Stokely, Willis, and the guy from Cincinnati, I forget his name? I imagine we will have someone new. Decker is highly overrated. He is slow and cant catch a cold.
Stokelys a class act and hopefully he can gel right away again with Manning as the slot guy. Maybe Stoke has a year or two left in the tank.
Why not? For the vet minimum, you really can't go wrong. He knows Manning better than anyone on the roster. With that said, the Broncos should also pick up Blair White, who was just released earlier this week.
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rest - http://www.denverpost.com/broncos/ci...-broncos-todayBrandon Stokley, whose Immaculate Deflection reception was one of the most famous catches in Broncos history, is meeting with his former team today.
Stokley will turn 36 in June, which would make him the same age as his good friend Peyton Manning, the quarterback Stokley helped recruit to Denver last month.
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There are certain guys that you want on your team when the game is on the line......welcome back Stoke.
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Inosine is made in your body, if I play football....I take it to protect myself from concussion.
Im not "stoked" about it, but worst case he pushes some younger guys and show them how to run a nice route. He will be a good influence.
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