"I'm a competitor and have worked extremely hard this offseason to be able to fight for a chance to make the playoffs," Scheffler said. "Him taking that away doesn't sit very well with me or some of my teammates.
"I knew its what I had to do if I wanted to work out a deal. And it worked out that way."
We are not trying to trade Jay Cutler. We will not trade Jay Cutler. He's a Pro Bowl Quarterback. You can ask Josh McDaniels, and he'll tell you the same thing.
"I've heard the rumors. I know what they're trying to do. Even though I love Denver and I'd love to remain a Bronco, I know how this business works. If they want me to play somewhere else, so be it
The Broncos worked out six defensive players Tuesday at their Dove Valley complex, including five linebackers. Linebacker Mario Haggan, who spent five years with the Buffalo Bills, and linebacker Teddy Lehman, a second-round pick by the Detroit Lions in 2004, were among the group. Also in were linebackers Marcus Riley, Tyson Smith and Rod Wilson. Defensive tackle Matthias Askew, a fourth- round pick by the Cincinnati Bengals in 2004, was worked out.