Broncos free agent wide receiver and return specialist Jordan Norwood has already had a pretty sweet postseason. His 61-yard punt return in Super Bowl 50 - nearly for a touchdown - was the longest in the big game's history. It was so sweet, hey, let's watch it again.
Longest punt return is Superbowl history, Jordan Norwood... all because the #Panthers didn't want to tackle him - pic.twitter.com/BsTTyfHnT6— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) February 8, 2016
Now that he's a free agent, Norwood's understandably got a handful of potential suitors in the Detroit Lions, New York Jets, and your very own Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos.
But what would sweeten, or even seal the deal, for Norwood?
Can the @Broncos offer @JordaNorwood a lifetime supply of any flavor Oreo he chooses in his contract? https://t.co/H4Tztr52aI— Mushin (@MetalMushin) March 18, 2016
Emailing my agent now. Cc: John Elway https://t.co/PZik0DSdY3— Jordan Norwood (@JordaNorwood) March 18, 2016
This isn't a new thing for Norwood. He has a long history of loving on those sandwich cookies.
Thoughts? #Oreos pic.twitter.com/iq6SMrArzV— Jordan Norwood (@JordaNorwood) August 25, 2014
Fruit Punch and now this... Oreo, who is your target demographic? pic.twitter.com/WoV3PtR7mS— Jordan Norwood (@JordaNorwood) April 28, 2014
Norwood even likes some Oreo things that are not quite Oreo things.
You've never had Oreo rice? I prefer Oreo couscous. https://t.co/OHYAmr2mwn— Jordan Norwood (@JordaNorwood) October 26, 2015
Which makes us wonder - maybe Norwood can go the Peyton-Manning route instead and sign a lucrative sponsorship deal with Oreo while he's looking for a contract to sign?
Bcc: @Oreo— Jordan Norwood (@JordaNorwood) March 18, 2016
Never mind. Norwood's already a step ahead.
Just like he was on February 7th.