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  • Rocket 7
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    He was referring to Empire Orange's inside info guy. That damn janitor didn't clean the locker room right.

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  • Action
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    Originally posted by broncocalijohn View Post
    You could be correct but let us all see how Action comes in and protects his boy, McDaniels.
    I could be correct? I AM correct dip ****.

    This isn't about "protecting" anybody, it's about getting the facts straight.

    Lloyd rode the practice squad in 2009 I believe and then had a big year. Lloyd was extremely well spoken in all his interviews. Low character guys generally don't do that.

    The fact is, Lloyd's time was done considering the emergence of DT and Decker. McDaniels knew that Lloyd was a stop gap, and Elway knew that Lloyd served no use for the future.

    The fans are just full of ****. Same people praising Elway for cleaning up the locker room are the same ones who hate McDaniels for trading away Cutler and Marshall, possibly the 2 biggest locker room cancers of their time. And lets not forget Tony Scheffler...the biggest piece of trash that's put on a Broncos uni for the past X amount of years.

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  • DomCasual
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    Originally posted by KipCorrington25 View Post
    Good call on Lloyd, what a pissy little b**** he was...
    Yeah, he's been a cancer at every stop before and since being here. It's hard to imagine he was an altar boy here, even when the mouth breather was throwing to him.

    Think of how desperate the Patriots were at WR at times this year. Yet Brandon Lloyd doesn't get a sniff. That says it all.

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  • Blueflame
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    Maybe he meant that -- with a known two-time cheater having just been the HC -- they needed to do a clean sweep of the locker room to be certain no surveillance equipment remained.


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  • BroncoInferno
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    Originally posted by KipCorrington25 View Post
    Good call on Lloyd, what a pissy little b**** he was...
    The Pats were done with him after a year even though after losing Welker he was the easily the best and most proven WR on the roster.

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  • ludo21
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    Originally posted by broncocalijohn View Post
    This was the first major move where I would question McDaniels intentions but I doubt Elway would be speaking about the ling snapper that took Mike Leach's job away. McDaniels spent a ton of extra Bowlen's money on a guy we didn't need but McDaniels needed his Patriots players...even a long snapper.

    Oh I agree, I actually bet Lonnie was a solid dude, and really was not a problem on the team.... Just seemed to not make any sense to me, and plus I think he cost more than Leach.

    But I just had a feeling once he did that how it would turn out.

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  • KipCorrington25
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    Good call on Lloyd, what a pissy little bitch he was...

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  • BroncoInferno
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    Surprised no one has mentioned Brandon Lloyd. He seems like the most obvious candidate.

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  • KipCorrington25
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    Who are the starters under McDaniels that the Elway regime got rid of quick or didn't re-sign?

    That would be your smoking gun.
    Last edited by KipCorrington25; 01-18-2014, 05:34 PM.

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  • cutthemdown
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    I love how players mcDaniels drafted can now kick him in the nuts on Sunday.

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  • broncocalijohn
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    Originally posted by Action View Post
    Wow. This thread is full of stupidity and ****. From inaccuracy to just plain making bull**** up.

    The WORST locker room players from the past 5-6 years on the Broncos were all from Shanahan. Let's make that clear.
    You could be correct but let us all see how Action comes in and protects his boy, McDaniels.

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  • broncocalijohn
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    Originally posted by ludo21 View Post
    Lonnie ****ing Paxton

    The #1 move I hated the most in the McD era, shown the light on what was to come for the time he was here. ahghhghghgh
    This was the first major move where I would question McDaniels intentions but I doubt Elway would be speaking about the ling snapper that took Mike Leach's job away. McDaniels spent a ton of extra Bowlen's money on a guy we didn't need but McDaniels needed his Patriots players...even a long snapper.

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  • cutthemdown
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    Originally posted by Action View Post
    Oh just like any other NFL player? You don't say!
    No I think a lot of players have a get out of jail free card still to play. But when you get into program, then get suspended, then lie and its worst then other players suspensions, then blow an ACL I would say you have used them up.

    Just how it is, hope that cleared up that i don't feel it's just like any other player in the NFL.

    Miller in a group of ****ups that most players aren't, thank the gods.

    He needs to cut back the partying, the porn stars, the weed and whatever else it is he supposedly doesn't do.

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  • cutthemdown
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    Originally posted by bpc View Post
    He's a drug offense away from being suspended for a full year. Who is going to offer a long-term contract?

    If I'm Denver I offer him a non-exclusive franchise tag. He's free to negotiate with other teams under that scenario and should they sign him, we would be due two first-round draft picks. If nobody signs him, he gets the one year tender. Win/win to me.
    Unless Miller puts together a great season without injury he might not get a blockbuster deal. Hell he messes up one more time, or has another serious injury and he is looking at being a 1 yr wonder.

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  • cutthemdown
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    Originally posted by Hercules Rockefeller View Post
    The odds of drafting a Top-5 overall defensive player with either of those picks are just about 0.
    Miller has his work cut out for him IMO. What's he on a 4 yr deal? If he doesn't come back in top form next yr he will be down to 16 games to get a big contract. Really He was probably planning on cashing in after this next yr with a new contract. He better put the bong down and get to work.

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