TJ Ward is Very Angry with the Denver Broncos


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TJ Ward has stated that he doesn’t think the Broncos handled his release professionally. Thank god he doesn’t play against Denver this year.

Denver Broncos fans lost their minds on social media this Labor Day weekend after GM John Elway released safety TJ Ward, and then signed former Broncos Cleveland Browns, and Houston Texans quarterback Brock Osweiler while letting local favorite Kyle Sloter slip away and sign with the Minnesota Vikings. TJ Ward landed in Tampa Bay, and Broncos fans have yet to land back on their feet after a wild weekend of player transactions.

Elway and head coach have stated this is still Trevor Siemian’s team and the Brock will be the backup as long as Paxton Lynch is hurt. I think the chances of the team moving Lynch to IR has increased significantly with the return of Brock. So far Osweiler has said all the right things, and appears to have really wanted to come back to Denver saying he’d play for 1.00 dollar if necessary. Pretty easy to say if you know Cleveland would still have to pay you 16 million. The Rocky Mountain showdown between the CU Buffs and the CSU Rams turned out to be far less exciting than watching the waiver wire for an un-drafted QB from UNC State.

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TJ Ward is Very Angry with the Denver Broncos

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