Originally Posted by Atlas
I think you could have said that his first two or three years because he was so into his music. The last three years he seems to have rededicated himself. He came into camp in better shape and has played at an alpro level.
I do agree with you to a certain point but there is no one Denver can get for this season that will be better than Pryce. Keep him, play him and if at the end of next season you want to cut him or trade him go ahead.
The goal is always the Superbowl, Denver has a better chance for this to happen with Pryce playing DE.
Oh I do agree. Pryce at half speed is still better than what is out there now and I do think he was ready to play last season, rather or not he will be of the same mind set this season remains to be seen.