I am puzzled at the angst of letting B. Lloyd go. Look, the guy had one godd season for a piss poor team. This is not a Rod Smith, Ed McCaffrey type player, hell I wouldn't even say he is as good as Brandon Marshall or even Eddie Royal. Lloyd has talent for making some circus type catches, but he lacks elite break away speed or quickness, as most times he has to make a spectacular catch because he is covered pretty well most times. He complains the offense is too conservative and maybe is afarid of getting hit more because Tebow is now the starter, seems like the great WR's in the Broncos past never had issues with taking a hit, laying a block, and playing in a run dominated offense and being part of a winning team. The fact is, the Lloyd, like BM and the other prima dona WR's of today care about two things, money and stats, team and winning are low on the totem pole for these cats. Do you think Elway who got to play with Rod and Ed and Shannon would really want to pay a guy who decides he wants a trade because he isn't getting enough deep passes.
I really could care less about B. Lloyd and him wanting a paycheck, good luck in St. Louis, McD has obviuosly done wonders with that juggernaught offense. I want guys that want to work and are team first. Lloyd was basically brought in off the scrap heap and provided another oppurtunity to get paid by the Broncos and he rewards the Broncos with I want to get traded because I ain't getting the ball downfield and now my best buddy is on the bench, so screw you Denver. Well, B. Lloyd..don't let the door hit you in the rear on the way out, and careful for what you wish for, because you might just regret it. You might want to ask how BM is doing with the trade to Miami and how that worked out for him, the dude was almost cut this offseason. So enjoy your paycheck you get next year, you can thank Mr. Bowlen and McD for getting that to you. It's just so heartening to see a player who was left for dead in this league stab the organization that resurrected his career cry his way out of town.