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http://nesn.com/2015/11/report-broncos-tried-to-trade-peyton-manning-for-sixth-round-pick/

Michael Silver

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How sold are Broncos on Osweiler? Source says Elway called teams offering him in trade during 2014 season. Would have taken a 6. @nflnetwork

9:11 AM - 22 Nov 2015

It looks like you and silver are really late to the party

http://mweb.cbssports.com/nfl/eye-on-football/25223145/broncos-deny-they-tried-to-trade-peyton-manning-to-houston

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Michael Silver

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How sold are Broncos on Osweiler? Source says Elway called teams offering him in trade during 2014 season. Would have taken a 6. @nflnetwork

9:11 AM - 22 Nov 2015

 

 

That is totally ridiculous and makes no sense. Why would they bring him back in 2015 if that was the case ?

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Another baiting thread from a certain poster.

How original.

 

So lame. Like Denver would pay a player 15 mill that they value as a 6th rounder. That's why I didn't even bother to read his link. Naturally  Silver was talking about Oswieler , although I don't believe that one either. 

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