Broncos won’t make tender offer to Trindon Holliday
Summary of 3 articles · Updated Mar 8, 2014
But Trindon Holliday likely has made his last kick return for the Broncos. Come the opening of free agency Tuesday, returner Trindon Holliday will no longer belong to the Broncos. The team informed Holliday it will not tender him a contract as a restricted free agent, according to two NFL sources. The Broncos could still try to re-sign Holliday at a lower amount. Holliday could return to the Broncos at a lower rate if the free-agent market isn't kind to the returner. Holliday also started strong in 2013, returning an 81-yard punt return for score in a Game 2 win against the New York Giants and 105-yard kickoff return in a Game 4 victory against Philadelphia. After an encouraging rookie season, Harris became one of the Broncos' top three or four defensive players the past two years.