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Gazette Premium Content Broncos don't make move before Tuesday's trade deadline

Staff reports Updated: October 29, 2013 at 2:08 pm
Staff reports Updated: October 29, 2013 at 2:08 pm • Published: October 29, 2013

Will the Denver Broncos make a move before today’s trade deadline? The Denver Post is reporting it’s highly unlikely that the Broncos will make a move to improve its roster. The Post’s Mike Klis said the only attractive players that are available are free agents after this season. “The...

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UPDATE 2: Well, the Broncos must be pleased with its current roster. Rumors of Jared Allen in a Broncos jersey were just that, rumors.

UPDATE: Are the Broncos now the front-runner for Allen? SB Nation is reporting Allen could be headed to Denver.

ESPN is now reporting that Seattle is out of the running for Allen.

Stay tuned, the deadlone is 2 p.m.

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Will the Denver Broncos make a move before today’s trade deadline?

The Denver Post is reporting it’s highly unlikely that the Broncos will make a move to improve its roster.

The Post’s Mike Klis said the only attractive players that are available are free agents after this season.

“The Broncos are not interested in the rent-a-player who can leave for free agency after this season. And they will not surrender a draft pick within the first three rounds,” Klis said.

ESPN is reporting that the Seattle Seahawks are making a push for Minnesota Vikings Pro Bowl defensive end Jared Allen. 

Allen is a free agent after the season. The 1-6 Vikings are asking for a second-round draft pick but would consider a conditional third-round pick, according to ESPN.

Should the Broncos make a move or finish the season with its current roster?

 

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