Denver S T.J. Ward on Block

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    Report: Broncos getting calls about trading TJ Ward. Translation: Broncos hope to get calls and trade him, otherwise he'll be cut
     
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    T.J. Ward is a game changer...one year removed from 3 Pro Bowls, and he had more tackles and interceptions last year than he had in 2015.

    His 2017 cap hit is $4.5M. Very reasonable.

    Antoine Bethea's 3 year deal includes $4M guaranteed, and his base salary for this year is $2M...with a cap hit of $3.4M.
     
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    Now this move would make sense.
     
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    I think BA wanted a vet on the backend and that's why we signed Bethea, but if were talking a 6th or 7th round pick then I'm for it. He's just a better player right now than Bethea. That simple.
     
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    lol funny

    I say replace CJ and ellington with Forte and screw this trade. you say opposite :raccoon:
     
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    Not worth it when we have so much money and draft picks already tied up in the position.
     
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    We are set at safety
     
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    He's a classic, physical, no-nonsense strong safety...to add him to our safety group would be a coup. We saw what Jefferson could do at SS in our defense. Ward could thrive here.
     
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    He may not get the play time he wants here (or the cash), but would love the pickup.
     
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    He would start at SS and rarely come off the field. We love playing 3-4 safeties over 70% of the time.

    We need tacklers and ballers who can intimidate. Ward is that kind of player.
     

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