Broncos should look at Saints' RB Chris Ivory in free agency
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Mar 4, 2013
The question remains what tender will the Saints issue to Ivory. Running back Chris Ivory is expecting to receive a restricted free agent tender from the New Orleans Saints rather than a long-term contract, a source said. All of that said Ivory, who consistently said publicly he never really got an explanation as to why he was buried so deeply on the Saints depth chart despite the production when he played, is a restricted free agent. The two likely choices will be for the Saints to tender Ivory with a second-round tender, which is a one-year, $2.023 million contract, or a no-compensation tender at a $1.323 million price tag. Q: There's been plenty of talk about the Broncos going after Steven Jackson and Shonn Greene. And his 5.1 yards per carry average over his career shows he has some pop, including a 56-yard touchdown run against the Falcons this past season.