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Horse Tracks: Denver Broncos New and Old on the Move

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While former Broncos players Champ Bailey and Robert Ayers met with the New Orleans Saints and New York Giants respectively, Dove Valley itself was abuzz with a few personnel moves... and I'm not just talking about the cheerleader tryouts.

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Yay! Chris Harris is Coming Back!

He signed his unrestricted free agent tender on Tuesday and will stay with the Broncos for at least one more year. The former undrafted free agent has made a place for himself with the Broncos and fans are glad to see him return for the 2014 season. Yay!

Yay! C Will Montgomery Signs with the Broncos! Yay! Who?

I'll be the first to admit that I didn't know who he was when I heard the news either. A 31-year center who spent most of his career as a backup? This is something to be excited about? "Independent Analyst" Andrew Mason (and all around terrific follow on twitter @MaseDenver) says it is. What do you think?

The Cheerleader Squad Faces Tough Cuts

As it does every year, the field of 57 prospective cheerleaders must be cut down to the prestigious squad of 26. (Photos)

Champ in the Big Easy

Champ Bailey met with the Saints on Tuesday? It's his first visit of a possible two in the first taste of free agency in his career. Best of luck to him!


G-Men Host Ayers

Former Broncos DE Robert Ayers was in his home state of New Jersey on Tuesday, visiting with the New York Giants.

Good Guy Wes Welker

What does a fan favorite WR for the Denver Broncos do for a little girl with cancer? Anything she asks. Welker and celebrity chef Ming Tsai obliged 11-year old Delaney Clements' request for an autograph and signed the little girl's bald head in support of her cancer battle.

DeSean Jackson Stays in the NFC East

DeSean Jackson has agreed to terms with the Washington Redskins. Hopeful, yet delusional, Broncos fans can now retake their seats. It's cool, yo... We've got Demaryius.