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  • Report: Broncos to let Trindon Holliday walk

    This is not surprising news. Holliday, while possessing ridiculous explosion that led to a plethora of return touchdowns--also possessed an equally potent and deadly fumbling problem that showed up in the punt game. This led the Broncos to use Eric Decker late in the season as the punt returner while Trindon remained back to return kickoffs.

    Couple his diminutive role with the fact that the return game is almost entirely active from the punting aspect and you have someone that cannot justify a spot on this roster.


    http://www.milehighreport.com/2014/3...-holliday-walk
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    I am not surprised. I was kind of wondering if Ronnie Hilman might not be doing the returning next year.
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    • #3
      Can't disagree with this move. His potential just simply isn't worth the risk of catastrophe.
      ”Those who would give up liberty for security, deserve neither.” Ben Franklin

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      • #4
        probably fumble his keys into the gutter on the way out the door....
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        • #5
          Originally posted by EddieMac View Post
          probably fumble his keys into the gutter on the way out the door....
          Ouch! Definitely not worth his risk. Bye "Heart Attack Holliday"
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          • #6
            I hope we sign Hester
            Lets GO Broncos!!!

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            • #7
              I'll miss you Thanksgiving!
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              • #8
                Holliday not offered minimum tender

                Trindon Holliday reportedly is headed for free agency.

                According to ProFootballTalk, the Broncos decided against offering the return specialist a minimum tender offer Thursday, per a league source. It's conceivable that Holliday could return to Denver, but the diminutive speedster likely would have to take less money.

                Holliday, who was a restricted free agent, fielded both punts and kickoffs for the AFC champions, amassing 1,046 total return yards and finding the end zone twice in 2013. However, the fourth-year pro had issues holding onto the ball; he's fumbled nine times during punt returns over the past two seasons alone.
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                Champ losing a step, just means the rest of the NFL is now only two steps behind.
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                • #9
                  He can't help from the LOS? He can't earn a roster spot! Returning only punts?? Not worth keeping
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                  • #10
                    Bring on Hester baby!!!
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by xxbeanstaxx View Post
                      I hope we sign Hester
                      Might be a reason they did it, Hester is not as explosive as in his prime but still useful and definitely more sure-handed.

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                      • #12
                        Vic Lombardi ‏@VicLombardi 4h
                        To be clear, Holliday becomes a free agent next week. According to league sources, Broncos would consider re-signing at a different number.

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                        • #13
                          If we had a special teams unit that was worth mentioning we wouldn't be letting him walk. Two years ago he was dangerous. Apparently everyone forgot how fun it was watching guys like Jim Leohnard handle returns, face yard returns don't exactly help us out
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                          • #14
                            If we let him walk, chalk it up as another head scratching move by the front office. If we had a special teams unit that would actually block and do their jobs and not block in the back he would be dangerous. Two years ago he beasted and he had a few called back because of penalties. I'm not looking forward to having scubs like Jim Leohnard return kicks for us again
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by roushmartin6 View Post
                              If we let him walk, chalk it up as another head scratching move by the front office. If we had a special teams unit that would actually block and do their jobs and not block in the back he would be dangerous. Two years ago he beasted and he had a few called back because of penalties. I'm not looking forward to having scubs like Jim Leohnard return kicks for us again
                              I don't see how it's a head scratching move. He couldn't be trusted with the ball. He's had 4 punts/kickoffs returned to the house in 27 games with us. I don't think the blocking was to much of an issue. I do remember in divisional playoff game one did get called back for block in the back.

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