Happy Wednesday, Broncos Country.
The former University of Colorado standout signed with the Broncos as an undrafted free agent in 2008. Polumbus played for Denver from 2008-2010, then moved around the league and spent time with the Detroit Lions, Seattle Seahawks, Washington Redskins and Atlanta Falcons.
Halfway through last season, the Broncos brought Polumbus back in order to help bolster their offensive line play, in particular at right tackle where Michael Schofield struggled immensely during the season.
Over the course of his career Polumbus played in 116 games with 60 total starts. Now he rides off into the sunset after joining the team who took a chance on him all those years ago and in the end, retires a champion. I don't think he could have asked for a better ending to his eight year career in the NFL.
A big Mile High Salute to Polumbus on a successful NFL career and on behalf of Mile High Report, here is to wishing you and yours all the bests in your endeavors after football.
As always, thanks for reading and here is today's offering of Horse Tracks.
How bad was the Broncos offense in 2015, really? - Mile High Sports
Zac Stevens of Mile High Sports delves into how bad the Denver Broncos offense was in 2015.
Why aren’t the Broncos talking about Trevor Siemian? - Mile High Sports
Sean Walsh of Mile High Sports discusses why the Broncos aren't considering Trevor Siemian as a legitimate option at quarterback.
Denver Broncos aware of video showing Derek Wolfe throwing punch in club
The Broncos, saying it has been "addressed internally," are aware of a video showing DE Derek Wolfe throwing a punch in a nightclub.
Ron Jaworski: Denver is Colin Kaepernick's best path to success
Former Eagles quarterback and ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski has been one of San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick's biggest supporters throughout his career.
Agent's Take: How Colin Kapernick could still end up on the Broncos
Trade talks that would send Kaepernick to Denver have reportedly stalled, but a trade remains a possibility. Here's all the boxes that need to be checked to make it happen.
Broncos Could Make Draft Day Splash After Boring Offseason
The Denver Broncos haven't really done much in the offseason. Their biggest move was putting the franchise tag on Von Miller, which was expected.
L.T.: Kap situation will be problem in locker room
Colin Kaepernick wants out of San Francisco, but the 49ers have yet to deal him. Former NFL MVP LaDainian Tomlinson believes the quarterback will become a problem in the Niners' locker room.
Seahawks don't expect 2016 Kam Chancellor holdout
Seahawks general manager John Schneider said Tuesday that he does not expect Kam Chancellor to hold out again in 2016. Has the Pro Bowl safety moved on from his demand for a new contract?
Roger Goodell says playoffs still 'likely' to expand
We haven't heard much chatter about playoff expansion this offseason after much discussion the previous two years. Commissioner Roger Goodell said expansion is still "likely" to happen at some point.
Marvin Lewis: Bengals will bury playoff loss this month
The Bengals are no strangers to heartbreak. Even so, January's Wild Card playoff loss to the Steelers was devastating even by Cincinnati standards. Marvin Lewis says it's time to hit the reset button.
NFL announces expansion of Rookie Transition Program
The NFL announced Tuesday the Rookie Transition Program, a new rookie onboarding platform hosted by each of the league's 32 clubs, expanded to all drafted and undrafted rookies. It will replace the Rookie Symposium.
Mike Mayock's 2016 NFL Draft position rankings 2.0
Find out who's on the move in Mike Mayock's post-combine positional top-five rankings for the 2016 NFL Draft.