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Wiegmann, Jordan Released

Posted Feb 23, 2010

The team confirmed on Tuesday that veteran center Casey Wiegmann and running back LaMont Jordan have been released.

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Casey Wiegmann started 142 consecutive games since 2001. The streak is the longest among league centers and the second-longest among all NFL offensive linemen. PHOTO: CHRIS GENTILVISO / DENVERBRONCOS.COM


DenverBroncos.com

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. --The Broncos on Tuesday released veteran center Casey Wiegmann and running back LaMont Jordan, the team confirmed.

Wiegmann, who was named to the Pro Bowl in 2008, started 142 consecutive games since 2001. The streak is the longest among league centers and the second-longest among all NFL offensive linemen.

He spent seven seasons with Kansas City before earning his first career Pro Bowl selection with the Broncos in 2008 after helping Denver tie for first in the NFL in fewest sacks allowed and rank second in the league in total yards.

Jordan, who was signed by Denver as an unrestricted free agent after spending the previous season with New England, played in nine contests with no starts in 2009 and finished third on the club with 86 rushing yards.

He recorded a solo tackle on defense on a fake punt attempt at Cincinnati in Week 1 and had a special-teams stop versus Cleveland in Week 2.

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