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Just in case you’ve been taking a quick sabbatical from football since the Broncos beat Arizona last Thursday Youth Phillip Lindsay Jersey , news broke over the weekend that the Broncos have received offers from multiple teams regarding Demaryius Thomas. What’s more, reports have surfaced that John Elway and the rest of management have not in fact rebuffed those offers. It looks like they’re willing to deal, so long as the compensation makes sense. Why would Elway deal D.T. now? There are likely three reasons all playing an equal role in the decision. Even with the Broncos now sitting at 3-4, it’s a pretty long shot that they’ll make the playoffs this year. Football Outsiders gives the team a 21 percent chance in their playoff simulator, a big increase from this time last week but still behind the division leaders as well as the Miami Dolphins, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Chargers. Thomas has hit the gargantuan part of the contract extension he signed in 2015. He presently accounts for 6.8 percent of the Broncos entire cap this year, and his 2019 figure of $17,533,334 will count for 9.2 percent.Courtland Sutton has progressed much faster than anticipated. When he came out of SMU, the 6-foot-3 receiver was considered a long-term project but has looked better each week. Much like his draftmate Bradley Chubb did prior to the Rams game, Sutton has looked much better than the picture his raw stats paint. He deserves more targets and would benefit from reps in Thomas’ spot. So couldn’t Vance Joseph and Bill Musgrave simply split reps between Sutton and Thomas this year? Yes, but with the team realistically playing for 2019 it would be to the Broncos long term benefit to add a draft pick and create cap space this year. The NFL is a cold business, but the very best teams treat it as such. So who is in the market for Thomas?It’s purely speculative, but these are a few teams that make too much sense to not be considering the move. The Philadelphia EaglesWhen Mike Wallace got hurt against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the defending champions receiving corps suddenly looked rather thin. When he’s available, Alshon Jeffrey is playing well but has an extensive injury history. Beyond him, Carson Wentz is left to rely on Jordan Matthews and Nelson Agholor, who’s best used as a slot weapon. Zach Ertz is a great tight end, but they could use a boost to their offense if there’s any hope they can claw their way back into the playoff race. Before Amari Cooper went to Dallas, reports were surfacing that Philly was interested. The Jacksonville JaguarsBlake Bortles is doing his best to fumble away the Jags chances this year, but it’s not as if he has much in the way of help around him. Marqise Lee is out for the year, and Leonard Fournette is hurt. Again. The injuries are bad enough that management gave up a fifth-round pick for Carlos Hyde and his 3.4 yard per carry average. If they’re willing to do that, they’re probably desperate enough to peddle picks for Thomas.The Indianapolis ColtsWhile T.Y. Hilton is a solid target, the cupboard is really thin after him. Eric Ebron has been a bit of a revelation but Andrew Luck needs more help if the Colts are seriously trying to push the Texans in a weak AFC South. Indy also has more than enough cap space to eat DT’s contract next year. The New England PatriotsIf Bill Belichick can get Thomas for something like a conditional 4th, it’d make a lot of sense for both teams. Tom Brady’s window is right now and would probably get more out of Thomas than any other team on this list. Their management has routinely looked under every single rock over the years to try and get an edge. One only has to look at Josh Gordon earlier this year to see that philosophy in full effect, even if his presence means this deal may be redundant for the Pats. The cap math also makes this pairing tricky though.The Tennessee Titans Outside of Corey Davis, can you name a single Titans receiver? What’s more, the team has almost $25 million in effective cap space at present and is clinging to a snowballs chance at the playoffs in a weak division. Another receiver may well kick start their offense enough to contend this year. The New York Jets and Cleveland BrownsBoth make sense in a vacuum. Sam Darnold and Baker Mayfield both lack weapons and a player like Thomas would help them in their development. Both teams are also year 1 in a rebuilding process that makes trading for a 30-year-old receiver questionable. Consider the Jets more likely as the seats Todd Bowles and Mike Maccagnan reside upon are unquestionably hotter than John Dorsey’s. The Green Bay PackersThis is probably a long shot as management in Green Bay has always tended to be reluctant on making these sorts of deals, but much like the Eagles, Colts and Titans quarterbacks, Rodgers could use more help if his team is going to try and make the playoffs this year. WashingtonAlex Smith has been a bit of a mess this season, but it’s been hidden from the national media by his team’s 4-2 start. Their win over the Cowboys put Washington into the driver’s seat for the division title but if they want to make any noise this year Smith needs to improve. It would be a Snyder move to think another receiver is the missing link. With a 34-year old quarterback and 33-year old Adrian Peterson it’s doubtful age prevents a Thomas trade. Washington also has close to $10 million in effective cap space at present. So will the Broncos move Thomas? Only Elway knows. Horse TracksBroncos WR Demaryius Thomas talks trade rumors - NFL.comBroncos have a few decisions to make - Mile High ReportAdam Schefter: “I think the Broncos are more sellers than buyers.” - Mile High ReportDenver Broncos have monumental task ahead of them in Kansas City Chiefs - Mile High ReportDenver Broncos: Insights on the coaches, QB play, and defensive issues - Mile High ReportHow the Denver Broncos’ run defense bounced back on Thursday night - Mile High ReportPrior to the Cardinals game I looked at the Broncos personnel groupings in an attempt to circle around to who or what was responsible for the woeful run defense. It’s a work in progress and something I plan to go back to once time allows, but Isaac Yiadom or Tramaine Brock are a part of every single group but one, a weird 3-safety base group that faced 3 plays this season. Links from around the West... Sources: Cowboys trade 1st-round pick for former Raiders WR Amari Cooper - Blogging The BoysDebrief: Things we know (and things we don’t) after Week 7 - NFL.comRaiders GM won’t say QB Carr is untouchable in trade talksIt’s unlikely the Jaguars can afford to trade for Carr because of the new deal Bortles signed in February. Unless they can find a willing partner to take on his contract they’re sort of stuck. Which Raiders running back will carry the loadFive hot takes from the Chiefs win over the Bengals - Arrowhead PrideDee Ford said what nobody else “wanted to say” after Bengals game Sunday night - Arrowhead PrideChiefs’ defense turns in performance that gives Super Bowl hope | Pro Football WeeklyNFL Week 7 Grades: Lions get an ‘A’ for big road win; Jaguars get an ‘F’ for ugly home loss - CBSSports.comNFL - Biggest injuries of Week 7 , prognosis for Week 8A look at news from the rest of the NFL...Fixing flaws for NFL’s best teams - Anchors for 2018 contendersSorry Broncos Country, but ESPN doesn’t consider Denver a contender. Still a great piece by Barnwell though.Five things we learned in Falcons’ 23-20 win over Giants Every year there’s a team that just can’t escape the injury bug. Sorry Falcons, better luck next year. ‘THROW IT TO ODELL!’ | Giants’ Pat Shurmur’s frustrations over Eli Manning boil over ... again (VIDEO) | NJ.comPatrick Peterson wants Cardinals to trade him: Here are five contenders who should call Arizona now - CBSSports.comNo. Just no.Patriots Showing Interest In Trading For Patrick Peterson, Per Cornerback | New England Patriots | NESN.comTodd Gurley’s NFL MVP Case Is Only Getting Stronger - The RingerTime to overreact to NFL 2018 Week 7 -- Do Jacksonville Jaguars need to go QB shopping?NFL Week 7: Bus Rides, Plane Trips and Just Plain Crazy | SI.comDeshaun Watson should be able to fly to Texans’ next road game - The San Diego Union-TribuneKenny Stills has groin strain, Dolphins may be down two receivers Thursday – ProFootballTalkAndy Dalton on blowout loss: “It’s just one game” – ProFootballTalkNo Le’Veon Bell as Steelers report back from bye – ProFootballTalkSorting the Sunday Pile: Conservative Garrett sinks Cowboys again, Cam is clutch and more Week 7 - CBSSports.comJason Garrett defends late play calling: We got into field goal range – ProFootballTalkDallas Cowboys: Jerry Jones comments on report that Cowboys are researching, considering trade for Raiders WR Amari Cooper | SportsDayYesterday was Mock Draft Monday, so I took a look at who The Draft Network pegged to the Broncos...Kelly’s 2019 Mock Draft 2.0 - Page 2 of 3 - The Draft NetworkWhat do you think Broncos Country?Broncos vs. Cardinals: Denver wraps up preseason with 21-10 win over Arizona The Denver Broncos came into their preseason finale hoping to continue seeing progression from Chad Kelly and some improvement from Paxton Lynch. They got both. Kelly struggled early on, but started to shake off those struggles for some quality drives late in the first half, while Lynch went hog wild for the best game of his career to leading the Broncos to a 21-10 victory.Denver finished the preseason an even 2-2 and will take on the Seattle Seahawks in Week 1 action when the regular season begins next week.Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty ImagesFirst QuarterThe Broncos received the ball first with Adam Jones returning the opening kickoff out to the 22-yard line to give Chad Kelly his first crack as a starting quarterback in the NFL. De’Angelo Henderson took the first two downs to get seven yards, where Kelly in the shotgun looked to River Cracraft in the flat for a 12-yard catch and run. However, the drive continued to be powered by Henderson who take his next two runs for 14 more yards and another fresh set of downs.Another short pass from Kelly to Jordan Leslie went for seven yards. Then running back David Williams took a hand-off for the first down. Williams took another run for four yards then Kelly scrambled for four more. On third and two, Kelly held the ball too long and forced Billy Turner into a hold that setup a third and long.Out of the gun from the Cardinals 36-yard line, Kelly looked short over the middle in double coverage that was intercepted and returned for 21-yards. Cracraft probably could have caught the ball, but wasn’t looking for the ball for some reason.Mike Glennon came out to start for the Cardinals on their first drive from the Broncos 45-yard line. The Broncos defense stiffened after giving up one first down. Tramaine Brock made a solid tackle for a short gain on a pass to setup a third and five from the Broncos 30-yard line. Cornerback C.J. Smith in coverage was burned over the middle to setup a first and goal for the Cardinals. Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY SportsFrom the 3-yard line, Will Parks came up to stuff the first run play for one yard. However, a quick slant on the next play put the Cardinals up 7-0 with a Glennon touchdown pass.The Broncos next drive started out a bit stale as well. On third and seven, Kelly kept things nice and safe with an underneath throw well short of the first down marker to end the drive.The first quarter came to an end with the Cardinals drive ended with Su’a Cravens flying in like a missile to make a tackle to setup a third down. Second QuarterThe Broncos defense stiffened on third down to force a punt. C.J. Smith was in on coverage and was beaten on the play, but Glennon overthrew his wide receiver. Adam Jones on the punt return over Isaiah McKenzie. The punt return was for a few yards, but a block in the back penalty on Josey Jewell pushed the Broncos back to their own 10-yard line.Kelly’s problems continued on the next drive, but on first and 15 he would fire a bullet for a 20-yard gain to Jordan Leslie. The referee tacked on a 15-yard penalty for roughing the passer to get the Broncos well out of the shadow of their own end zone at their own 35-yard line.The drive would stall and Marquette King would send the ball back to the Cardinals with a 42-yard punt.After a three and out by the Cardinals, Kelly seemed like he was finally settling in. He hit Mark Chapman on a quick 15-yard gain to open up the next drive. Two plays later, a quick toss to De’Angelo Henderson went for 12-yards. Kelly hit Tim Patrick for another first down down to the Cardinals 35-yard line. Kelly then hit Leslie on a perfect throw down to the Cardinals 15-yard line for another first down. Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY SportsTwo plays later on third and four, Kelly hit Patrick right in the gut but the ball popped free for the incompletion. Brandon McManus would boot a 27-yard field goal to get the Broncos on the board trailing the Cardinals 7-3. The Cardinals followed up their three and out with a quick first down and a punt to send the ball right back to Chad Kelly and the Broncos with just under two minutes left in the first half.From their own 15-yard line, Kelly made two quick completions to get the offense out to the 30 before using their first timeout. A poor snap that was fumbled almost brought disaster, but Kelly fired a deep pass down the field to Tim Patrick that was just barely over thrown for an incompletion.A short completion to Chapman setup a third and three where Kelly hit Matt LaCosse who was unable to get his feet down in bounds to bring out the punting unit.The first half ended on a monster sack by Jeff Holland who was held on the play. Third QuarterThe Arizona Cardinals received the ball first to start the second half. Chad Kandoff took over the quarterback position for the Cardinals and led them to a quick three and out to setup Paxton Lynch with excellent field position to start his first offensive series for the night.Lynch’s first throw went out into the flat where the receiver took it seven yards for a manageable second down. David Williams took the ball for two yards and on third down and one Williams inched over the first down line. The big play for Lynch finally happened on his next throw as he hit John Diarse outside for a short pass who then turned it up field for a 21-yard gain.Lynch tucked and ran on the next series for a quick five yards, but Lynch was obliterated up the middle for a sack on an attempted play-action call. The offensive line was Swiss cheese on that play. He kept it nice and safe on third and 11 with a short out route completion to River Cracraft for four yards and a field goal attempt from McManus that he would turn into a 46-yard conversion to put the Broncos down 7-6 early in the third quarter.Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty ImagesThe Broncos defense continued to frustrate the Cardinals offense with another stuff series and a punt. It’s shaping up to give Lynch plenty of opportunities to give talent evaluators around the league some hope.Lynch kept the short, quick strikes going with a 2 yard pass to Isaiah McKenzie who turned it up field for a 16-yard gain and a first down. Henderson continued his solid game with an eight yard run on the next play to the Cardinals 42-yard line. He almost broke free again on a short pass outside that he was able to drag the defender to the first down marker, coming up just short. On third and inches, Henderson finished the job.Dave Williams ripped off 13-yards on the next play to put the Broncos well within field goal range. Two plays later on third and one from the Cardinals 16-yard line, Lynch rolled outside to fire a perfect pass to Jordan Leslie for the touchdown to put the Broncos up 12-7. On the two-point try, Lynch held onto the ball for too long and was sacked. However, the Cardinals helmet touched Lynch’s helmet and a penalty was called. On his second try, Lynch took the read-option in for himself and a 14-7 Broncos lead.The Cardinals continued their offensive ineptitude with an easy drop by a wide receiver on first down and terrible throw deep on second down. Then on third down, Jeff Holland brought the pressure pushing the quarterback into Marcus Rush who stripped the ball that bounced right into the waiting arms of Holland for the turnover.Lynch in this second half has mastered the short throw that the receiver then takes for big gains. Inside the red zone, the Broncos will start the fourth quarter.Fourth QuarterLynch opened the final quarter with a touchdown strike to tight end Matt LaCosse to blow the game wide open putting the Broncos up 21-7.The Broncos offense continued to find success against the porous fourth-string Cardinals defense Cheap Von Miller Jersey , while the Cardinals offense couldn’t seem to find the chemistry necessary to get things going.A miscommunication on the Broncos next drive led to a Lynch self sack and a McManus 58-yard field goal attempt that was definitely no good.On their next drive, the Cardinals finally woke up and put a drive together that resulted in points, cutting the Broncos lead to 21-10. Broncos inactivesThe Denver Broncos had 23 players working out early before the game who are not expected to play against the Cardinals in this game. It’s safe to say these players will be among the final 53 on the roster come Saturday.Case Keenum, Devontae Booker, Andy Janovich, Demaryius Thomas, Emmanuel Sanders, Jeff Heuerman, Jake Butt, Garett Bolles, Ronald Leary, Matt Paradis, Connor McGovern, Jared Veldheer, Max Garcia, Adam Gotsis, Derek Wolfe, Domata Peko, Von Miller, Brandon Marshall, Todd Davis, Chris Harris Jr., Bradley Roby, Justin Simmons, and Darian Stewart.Running back Royce Freeman was a last minute scratch as well. Head coach Vance Joseph likely made the right decision not to risk Freeman’s health heading into Week 1.Broncos vs. Cardinals PregameThe Denver Broncos (1-2) will hit the road for the final preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals (3-0) to wrap up the offseason and preseason. Within 48 hours, the Broncos roster will shrink from 90 men to 53. Such is life in the NFL.Of those final 53 roster spots, realistically only a tiny handful of maybe two or three are truly in play during this final preseason game. The rest of those 37 players are playing to get tape on record for personnel evaluators around the league.In this game, fans will need to continue deciding for themselves whether or not Chad Kelly is the future and confirm their belief that Paxton Lynch is not. Other than that, who knows which positions and players are truly making a case for one of those 53 active roster spots.Here is how to watch.Game info, TV channel, and streaming infoWhen: Thursday, August 30, 2018 at 8:00 p.m. Mile High timeWhere: University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, ArizonaChannel: 9News - KTVD-20 | NFL NetworkOnline Stream: NFL Game Pass | Futbo TVRadio: KOA - 850 AM | 94.1 FM & The Fox - 103.5 FM | Spanish Radio KNVR 1150 AMBroncos vs. Cardinals newsRoad trip: Flying to Phoenix with the BroncosFollow the Broncos' road trip ahead of the their preseason finale against the Arizona Cardinals.Chad Kelly to start for the Denver Broncos final preseason gameThe Denver Broncos will start Chad Kelly in the final preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals. Paxton Lynch to get the second half.De’Angelo Henderson and Jeff Holland generating interest from other teamsDe’Angelo Henderson and rookie linebacker Jeff Holland are already generating interest from other teams.Fullback Andy Janovich will not suit up for the preseason finale vs. ArizonaPretty good sign that Jano made the team.Denver Broncos: De’Angelo Henderson focused on being the best he can beThe Denver Broncos have a logjam at running back with De’Angelo Henderson fighting for one of those final 53-man roster spots.Champ Bailey gives the OK for Adam Jones to wear number 24 for BroncosDo you think the Denver Broncos should let Adam Jones have Champ Bailey’s old number?Jerrol Garcia-Williams out for year with torn ACLThe Denver Broncos have lost Jerrol Garcia-Williams for the season to a torn ACL.Shamarko Thomas returns to practice after eye injuryAfter suffering a detached retina during the Denver Broncos game last week, Shamarko Thomas is back at practice.
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