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Broncos, Briefly: Thursday, March 9, 2017


McCoy's work on playbook will influence additions Broncos make]( (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)*
As free agency opens Thursday afternoon and the Broncos' scouting staff disperses to attend college pro day workouts, McCoy's work will have a strong influence on how the Broncos proceed on both fronts. *

The Cowboys are expected to release Tony Romo. Next stop: Denver? (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)*
For weeks, months even, speculation had led to this point, where Romo would be let go and in search of a new home. And for both financial and personnel reasons, the Broncos appear a possible destination, but certainly not the only one. The Houston Texans, who spent big on quarterback Brock Osweiler a year ago, then watched him struggle as a starter, could also be a strong contender. *

Broncos president on Romo: ‘It will be interesting to see what we do’ (Mike Klis, (9NEWS)*
"I'll leave that to John,'' Ellis said Wednesday in reference to his general manager John Elway. "I don't know what John's plans are specifically. I make a point of not asking him because then I would know and I'd have to tell you right now ... It will be interesting to see what we do. I'm sure John has a plan and he's ready to execute it.'' *

Patience, offensive line help all part of Broncos’ free agency plan (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
The Denver Broncos chief football decision-maker believes free agency is where the team should dive in to try to fill as many of the immediate needs as possible.

Cowboys prepared to release Tony Romo, paving way for Broncos to talk to him (Troy Renck, KMGH)*
Romo's market has not taken shape, but he has told those close to him he prefers to go to a contender. He believes he can play multiple seasons at a high level, and the Broncos and Texans can make the argument they are one piece away.

Broncos eye Romo, prepared to add offensive linemen (Troy Renck, KMGH)*
Regardless of the quarterback, the Broncos need offensive line help. The Broncos are zeroing in on targets, and are expected to add one, if not two offensive line free agents by the end of the week. *

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