• Willis McGahee returns to Broncos, doesn’t get many reps

    Summary of 21 articles · Updated Jun 14, 2013
    Broncos released Willis McGahee on Thursday On the final day of their offseason program, the Denver Broncos have announced that they have released veteran running back Willis McGahee. On Tuesday, we pointed out that running back Willis McGahee didn’t get many reps upon his return to the Broncos after skipping the voluntary portion of the offseason schedule working out on his own. To hear Willis McGahee tell it, his decade in the NFL has been his response to those who have counted him out or pushed him aside. McGahee was asked if he thought he would have received more playing time had he attended team workouts in recent weeks. McGahee alluded to the possibility that he’d be asked to turn in his playbook earlier this week, saying that “if something happens, it happens” when asked about the competition at running back in Denver. So what will the Broncos do with that $5 million?  They can spend it now, or they can spend it later. 
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      With one heartless move, Broncos executive John Elway reminded us why he has a much better brain for building a winning NFL roster than Mike Shanahan ever did. Sorry, Willis McGahee. You're gone from the Broncos. Cut.
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      On the day the Denver Broncos cut veteran running back Willis McGahee, they signed his replacement. Denver signed running back Montee Ball -- the team's second-round pick -- and cornerback Kayvon Webster -- the team's third-round pick. Denver’s lone rem
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Broncos sign Ball, Webster

      When it comes to running backs, the prevailing attitude in the NFL is out with the old, in with the new. The Broncos have applied that literally. On the same day they cut veteran running back Willis McGahee, the Broncos signed rookie running back Montee…
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