Thursday, September 13, 2012
Broncos kick the tires on Brian Price
By Bill Williamson
The Broncos worked out defensive tackle Brian Price Wednesday after losing Ty Warren for the season, Price’s agent confirmed.
Price, 23, was cut by the Bears this summer after he had been traded from Tampa Bay. Price, a second-round pick out of UCLA in 2010, was one of three defensive tackles Denver brought in. The Broncos haven't signed him yet. Price could be on the Broncos' radar in the coming weeks if they feel a need at the position.
Warren tore his triceps Sunday night against the Steelers and was put on injured reserve. He suffered the same injury last season and it's the third straight season Warren has been put on injured reserve.
In other AFC West news:
- ESPN’s experts think it may be a pretty good week for the AFC West.
- According to ESPN Stats & Information, the Chiefs are tied with the Browns for the worst record in Weeks 1 and 2 since 2000. They are 7-18 in that time span. The Chiefs lost to Atlanta in Week 1 and play at Buffalo on Sunday.
- The Raiders worked out six long-snappers this week before signing Nick Guess to the practice squad. Guess will likely be added to the roster this weekend if Jon Condo is not cleared after suffering a concussion Monday night against the Chargers.