Broncos may try to trade Pryce

The Denver Broncos are trying to shop defensive end Trevor Pryce for draft picks according to a report in today's news. Pryce had back surgery and played in only two games for the Broncos this past season.

Pryce tagged for trade - Denver Post - Bill Williamson
Monday, February 14, 2005 - In a somewhat surprising development, the Broncos have decided to shop four-time Pro Bowl defensive end Trevor Pryce. According to three teams that have talked to Pryce's agent, Peter Schaffer, Pryce would be offered for draft picks. The Broncos likely would get a high to midround pick for Pryce, who played in just two games last season because of an injury.

Secondary far from settled - Denver Post - Bill Williamson
Monday, February 14, 2005 - Faced with a difficult decision, the Broncos likely will be forced to allow one of their starting defensive backs to enter the open market. Denver's No. 2 and No. 3 cornerbacks, Lenny Walls and Kelly Herndon, will become restricted free agents March 2. Because of salary cap limitations, Denver likely will have to decide to make a commitment on just one. "There's no hard feelings, it's a business," Herndon said. "I love Denver, but like everyone I want to be a starter." Herndon said if a team were to offer him a starting position it would be difficult to pass up.

Manning, Vick steal show - Denver Post - Bill Williamson
Monday, February 14, 2005 - When they last played, Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey and safety John Lynch saw the same thing they witnessed Sunday. They saw Peyton Manning dominate. But Bailey and Lynch were on the happy sideline this time. Shaking off his last game, the Indianapolis quarterback - the two-time reigning NFL MVP - was the star of stars on a sunny, breezy day as the AFC held off the NFC 38-27 in the Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium.

Manning the stuff of MVP - Rocky Mountain News
February 14, 2005 - Peyton Manning finished his prolific season at the Pro Bowl with more of the same: another bunch of touchdown passes, another record and another award. And another win in a game that does not matter. AdvertisementManning threw three touchdowns to extend his career record for the NFL's all-star game to 11, while Michael Vick led the NFC to 17 points in a second-half comeback that fell short in the AFC's 38-27 victory Sunday.

Lynch, Bailey Conclude Season in Pro Bowl - Denver - Andrew Mason
Monday, February 14, 2005 - Both John Lynch and Champ Bailey started Sunday afternoon's Pro Bowl, and each made plays for the AFC All-Star team during the annual conference clash at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii. Lynch made three solo tackles, while Bailey made two solo stops and broke up a pass during the game, in which the AFC held off an NFC second-half rally to win 38-27. Bailey made two of his three plays on the NFC's first possession. He tackled Tiki Barber after the Giants running back gained 21 yards and broke up a pass intended for Green Bay's Javon Walker. He also recorded a fourth-quarter tackle of Walker, holding him to an 18-yard gain on a pass from Atlanta quarterback Michael Vick.

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