Good Morning Broncos Country! First, thanks to everyone for the all the suggestions about the shuttle launch. I am excited to 'feel' it to be sure. Also, if you are the person that called me, please send me an email at MileHighReport@gmail.com. Now, as for Dez Bryant's workout - which you can read all about in several links below - it seems there are more questions than answers. His numbers were fine, and there isn't really a nagging problem that is a sure-fire reason to see him plummet down draft boards, but there is just something about him. For instance, Bryant was forced to wear new cleats for his workout. Why? He forgot his shoes. Now, anyone who plays sports knows what a good pair of cleats feels like. It is kind of like a baseball glove. New ones just don't feel the same. Again, is the a huge deal? I don't know - unless you are like me and you consider these workouts as a job interview. Lack of focus and preparation is an indication of a player's work-ethic. That's just me, but the more time goes by, the less and less I want Bryant on the Broncos. Not with guys like Golden Tate out there - talented and focused. On to the Tracks!
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In kicker Elam's case, once a Bronco, always a Bronco - The Denver Post
Kicker Jason Elam will retire as a member of the Broncos today. Elam will sign a one-day contract with the team so he can technically be a member of the Broncos when he files his retirement papers with the NFL after 17 seasons, the first 15 in Denver.
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Clemson's Spiller on fast track to being 2010 draft's version of Titans' Johnson - The Denver Post
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Jarvis Green happy for McDaniels reunion with Broncos - The Denver Post
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Where does Bryant stand after his pro day? | National Football Post
Where are we now when it comes to Oklahoma State WR Dez Bryant after his personnel pro day Tuesday in his hometown of Lufkin, Texas? Not an eye-opening workout, but it also wasn’t a workout that’s going to send Bryant falling down draft boards at a record pace.
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Several potential first-rounders in action today | National Football Post
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Report: McNabb doesn't want to go to Oakland | National Football Post
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Source: Linkenbach, Batten visit Ravens | National Football Post
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Wannstedt lands another extension at Pittsburgh | National Football Post
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Dez Bryant to visit Cowboys, Buccaneers, Bengals | National Football Post
Oklahoma State wide receiver Dez Bryant is set to visit the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday with a dinner scheduled Wednesday night with owner Jerry Jones.
Raiders' Hiram Eugene signs tender | National Football Post
Oakland Raiders safety Hiram Eugene signed his one-year, $1.759 million restricted free agent tender, the team announced.
Crabtree making up for lost time with 49ers | National Football Post
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McNabb trade could change early part of draft's direction
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NFC draft needs: Team-by-team look at what holes have to be filled
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Big payoff: Texans sign star LB Ryans to six-year, $48M contract
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Police report: Holmes denies woman's claim that he assaulted her
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Bryant's private workout not enough to eradicate scouts' concerns
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Clemson RB Spiller joins list of prospects who will attend draft
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Bills QB Edwards hoping to make most of fresh start under Gailey
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Top-rated safety Berry scheduled to visit five NFL teams
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Report: Joey Porter of Arizona Cardinals alleges he was struck by arresting officer - ESPN
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Dallas Cowboys sources deny team is trying to trade running back Marion Barber - ESPN Dallas
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