Monday, March 19, 2012
Denver to become Indy West?
By Bill Williamson
As expected, Peyton Manning will likely not be coming to the Denver Broncos empty handed.
NFL Network reports center Jeff Saturday is coming to Denver for a visit and veteran receiver Brandon Stokley may sign. They both played with Manning in Indianapolis. The other former Colts who could sign in Denver are running back Joseph Addai and tight ends Dallas Clark and Jacob Tamme.
If Saturday signs, that would mean Denver would either trade J.D. Walton or make him a backup. Walton is a good, young player, but Manning and Saturday have had a long relationship and have great chemistry. Stokley is a former Denver receiver who would probably be a No. 4 receiver with the Broncos. Manning stayed at Stokley’s house when he visited Denver earlier this month.
In other AFC West news:
The contract between Denver tight end Daniel Fells and New England is done. He signed a three-year deal.
The Boston Herald reported that that former San Diego defensive lineman Luis Castillo visited with the New England Patriots. He has already visited Kansas City,
Tennessee is visiting with pass-rusher Kamerion Wimbley. He was cut by the Raiders on Friday.
Former Oakland guard Robert Gallery will not be coming back to the team. He reportedly has signed with New England. Oakland cut Gallery last summer and he was with the Seahawks last season.