Tight End Dante Rosario is the next Denver Bronco Free Agent to be reviewed in our look at the 2012 Offseason. Chosen by Carolina in the fifth round of the 2007 NFL Draft, Rosario played his college ball at Oregon, where he set a school record for Tight Ends with 42 receptions as a senior in 2006. He started 22 games for the Panthers over the next four seasons, but only 6 in 2010. That didn't stop him from posting a career high 32 catches for 264 yards (8.3 avg.). With the arrival of Free Agent Jeremy Shockey in March 2011, Dante was released. He ended up reuniting with his former coach John Fox when he signed with the Broncos in July 2011. But again, Rosario was surprisingly released at the end of the preseason because rookie Tight Ends Julius Thomas and Virgil Green had a good Training Camp. A few days later, the Miami Dolphins signed him, but that lasted all of 3 weeks. He was released on September 20th and resigned by the Broncos on September 22, 2011 when Julius Thomas suffered a high-ankle sprain.
#81 / Tight End / Denver Broncos
Oct 25, 1984 (Age: 27)
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