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Problem was, his lineup looks like this:
Trent Green
Stephen Davis
Mike Anderson
Ron Dayne
Amani Toomer
Jonnie Morton

His WR position is decent, but other than that, he's got Dayne who God only knows what's up with him, and Mike Anderson who's playing time is even more clowded with TD coming back this weekend or next.

If I were him, I'd try to move Morton. His value is high right now, and he might be able to get a tolerable WR plus a better RB. I'd package Morton and an RB to get a better RB if I could.

And if TD stays healthy, there's no doubt he's the starter in Denver.

I wouldn't be so sure about that. First of all, he's been an injury problem for 3 years now. Second, he has a $750,000 payment due to him if he plays in a certain number of games this year. That's pretty big cash for a guy who is likely not to be on the roster next year, particularly when you consider it probably goes against their cap.

Olandis Gary is gonna get his shot at the job.


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