Tuesday, March 20, 2007


The Denver Broncos continue to make moves in the off season. Broncos just signed Brandon Stokleyfor 1 year to add to the already up and coming recieving threat the Broncos have. What does this mean for Rod Smith?


Blogger Steve said...

Nothing for Rod Smith yet, remember, Stokley is coming off a very serious injury, there is always a risk. People will say the same with Javon Walker and to that I say it was still a risk. I do like Stokley, I am happy he is here and if he comes out of training camp healthy, I see a career ending move for Rod Smith. In Rod We Trust....we trust you will retire brother. Thank you for your contributions to all the memories for us Broncos fans, but please note that we need to be able to compete if we have a strong armed QB, a pretty solid #1 receiver and now a good tight-end and RB...we need to compete brother.

5:05 PM  
Blogger RED said...

Couldn't agree more Big Stevie. Rod was the man for a long time but it's time to look to now and not the past.

11:33 PM  
Blogger quest4facts said...

Rod made the right move in restructuring his contract for the Broncos so that they could have more room under the cap to support the teams' goals. I think Rod should still play 1 more year because this is HIS team now (wierd saying that huh) and I think other players need more time to step up to the locker room leadership that Rod has brought over the years (yes, Javon we are talking about you). I think Rod's best days are behind him but I think his mentorship and clutch receiving ability is still needed on this team.

12:08 AM  
Anonymous LANCE said...

yes I could not agree more this is a risk but for a 1 year deal for a great 3rd receiver this could not work out more perfectly.... what is the deal with Al Wilson? This could be bad news.... BRONCOS RULE

9:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Meanwhile, Rod Smith is still a top flight posession receiver. Running a three-wideout set with him, Walker and Stokley and then adding Graham add TE? That's a HELL of a receiving corps. Smith still has more than enough gas in the tank; I imagine one more year as the Number two, then another year or two as a player/coach. Then, I hope he makes the move to receiver coach. The guy is the most CLASS act this team has had in years.


8:51 PM  

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