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  • PRBronco
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    Hmmm, if we get burnsie back, combined with gold, and ferguson and middlebrooks are already good special teamers, we might actually have decent kick coverage next year. That's assuming we have someone who can actually kick the ball though.

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  • ludo
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    burns is a great special teamer,
    offense and defense not only wins games, but we lost a few due to bad tackling on special teams, and bad field psotion

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  • Emancipator
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    Burns is Ok but we need to just focus on developing

    focus on developing the younger guys.

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  • dbdom
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    Originally posted by DenverFanInGB
    The Denver Broncos took another pass at the past Tuesday.


    Only days after signing former Denver linebacker Ian Gold to his second stint with the team, the Broncos had former special-teams ace Keith Burns in for a visit.


    Burns, who spent the 2004 season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, is an unrestricted free agent.


    He spent five seasons with the Broncos (1994-98) before spending one year with the Chicago Bears in 1999. He then returned as a free agent to spend four more seasons with the Broncos (2000-03) before signing with the Buccaneers this past season.


    Burns, 32, finished with 11 tackles for the Buccaneers in 2004.


    Burns, a popular player inside and outside the Broncos complex in his eight seasons with the team, would be looked at to help shore up special-teams play as well as provide emergency depth at linebacker.

    doesnt sound like hes a particularly impressive player, if hes being signed as a special teams stud then it isnt worth it, a rookie would cost less, have more speed / youth / enthusiasm

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  • vicious2500
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    Originally posted by DenverFan07
    Bring back Keith Burns - We already brought back Ian Gold...Hey maybe by the grace of God we can get John Mobley back too...

    By the way: How many freakin LB's are we going to sign this offseason? I know Spraghan is a Free Agent and gone more than likely to the Dolphins. We are going to need to cut some LB's I would imagne...
    Well louis green and a couple of the lower tier bums shall be cutt before the season starts.

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  • DenverFan07
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    Bring back Keith Burns - We already brought back Ian Gold...Hey maybe by the grace of God we can get John Mobley back too...

    By the way: How many freakin LB's are we going to sign this offseason? I know Spraghan is a Free Agent and gone more than likely to the Dolphins. We are going to need to cut some LB's I would imagne...

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  • vicious2500
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    He's a threat on special teams and is a team player I like the idea if he's cheap

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  • HaroldWoods41SS
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    if he is cheap i'm all for it

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  • cuuda
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    As long as he can still tackle..........

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  • DenverFanInGB
    started a topic Keith Burns

    Keith Burns

    The Denver Broncos took another pass at the past Tuesday.


    Only days after signing former Denver linebacker Ian Gold to his second stint with the team, the Broncos had former special-teams ace Keith Burns in for a visit.


    Burns, who spent the 2004 season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, is an unrestricted free agent.


    He spent five seasons with the Broncos (1994-98) before spending one year with the Chicago Bears in 1999. He then returned as a free agent to spend four more seasons with the Broncos (2000-03) before signing with the Buccaneers this past season.


    Burns, 32, finished with 11 tackles for the Buccaneers in 2004.


    Burns, a popular player inside and outside the Broncos complex in his eight seasons with the team, would be looked at to help shore up special-teams play as well as provide emergency depth at linebacker.
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