Adam Schefter reported that former Denver Broncos return specialist has signed a one-year deal with the New York Giants today.
Former Broncos return ace Trindon Holliday has agreed to terms with the Giants on a 1-year deal.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 17, 2014
Holliday will be joining former Denver Broncos teammates cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, and center J.D Walton in New York.
Trindon Holliday will be remembered for his big returns, costly fumbles, and poor decision making during his short tenure with the Broncos.
Tridon Holliday decision-making + Tom Coughlin exasperated face = priceless.— Lindsay Jones (@bylindsayhjones) March 17, 2014
Have fun Coughlin.
Montgomery Leaves Denver Without Signing
It was reported Sunday that former Washington Redskins center Will Montgomery would be visiting Denver Monday. Well tonight, Denver Posts Mike Klis tweeted out that Montgomery has left Denver without signing a contract.
Broncos elect not to sign center Will Montgomery after visit. Search continues along interior OL.— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) March 17, 2014
When free agents visit Denver and John Elway they rarely leave without signing a contract, so with news that Montgomery left without signing doesn't bode well for him joining the Denver Broncos.
I would expect the Broncos to continue searching the Free Agent market for depth along the interior part of the offensive line. Some potential names that could interest the Broncos are center Ryan Wendell, Center Brian De La Puente, Guard Travelle Wharton, Gurad Davin Joseph, and Guard Uche Nwaneri.