• Broncos cut middle linebacker Joe Mays

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Jul 23, 2013
    Joe Mays was released by the Broncos on Tuesday The team announced Tuesday morning it has cut Joe Mays . In a surprise move, the Broncos have parted ways with Joe Mays. Mays, who was a starter when healthy for most of the last two years and expected to start at middle linebacker this year, was instead released at the start of training camp. The Broncos reportedly tried to trade Mays during April's NFL draft but found no takers. Denver reportedly saves $3.5 million in salary-cap room by cutting Mays. In other AFC West notes: But there’s a chance that $500,000 guarantee evaporated when Mays was suspended last year one game for disconnecting a piece of ear from Matt Schaub’s head.
    • Training camp roundup: Broncos release Joe Mays, Browns agree to extension with John Greco

      NFL training camps throughout the league will be in full swing this week and a sure sign of that was how busy the NFL transaction wire was on Tuesday. The big news of the day was the Buffalo Bills releasing veteran defensive end Mark Anderson after just…
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    • Cutting Joe Mays creates at least $3.5 million in cash and cap space

      Last March, the Broncos signed linebacker Joe Mays to a four-year, $12 million deal. A season later, they’ll pay him $500,000 to go away. Possibly. Per a source with knowledge of the contract, Mays exits with $500,000 in fully guaranteed base salary. Bu…

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