Ty Warren will visit Broncos

AP

Longtime Patriots defensive end Ty Warren was connected to the Cowboys in the immediate aftermath of his release, but his first free agent visit will be to Denver, according to Mike Klis of the Denver Post.

Warren would likely play defensive tackle if signed up for Denver’s 4-3.  It’s no lock Warren will be signed, as Denver hosted a handful of players this week that they haven’t come to terms with.

Last year, the Broncos gave Jarvis Green from New England a decent signing bonus after the Patriots surprisingly cut him.  He didn’t make the team.

10 responses to “Ty Warren will visit Broncos

  1. Ty was going to visit Denver but has to give up the trip just inside the Colorado state line when he began stumbling and having difficulty breathing. Altitude sickness.

  2. Come on people, the Kansas City Chiefs have exactly what he wants. He fits in a 4-3 defense and the Chiefs are looking for another DT to fill out the defensive line. Plus there is a guy named Scott Pioli in KC.

  3. Belichick isn’t perfect, but he knows when a player is washed up or not worth the money. Ty is finished as any kind of effective NFL player.

    He actually never lived up to his #13 overall billing either.

  4. Last year, the Broncos gave Jarvis Green from New England a decent signing bonus after the Patriots surprisingly cut him. He didn’t make the team.

    When are people going to just accept that Bill’s a first-rate judge of talent?

  5. “When are people going to just accept that Bill’s a first-rate judge of talent?”

    Chad Jackson, Kevin O’Connell, Andy Katzenmoyer, Terrence Wheatley, Shaun Crable, Kareem Brown, and with exception to T. Brady, the entire 2000 draft class are all scratching their heads over that one.

  6. tbonecostanza says:

    Chad Jackson, Kevin O’Connell, Andy Katzenmoyer, Terrence Wheatley, Shaun Crable, Kareem Brown, and with exception to T. Brady, the entire 2000 draft class are all scratching their heads over that one.

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    Didn’t say he didn’t make mistakes, I’ll STILL take his track record against anybody else’s.

  7. CJ, KO, AK, TW, SC, et.al. regarding 2000 draft.

    There is a huge difference between apples and oranges. Judging talent based solely on film, drills and data related to potential at a higher level is not the same as judging ability first hand of personnel once they are in a specific system or (in later years) have been studied closely with regard to how much gas a player has remaining in his tank. My guess is that the ratio of success vs failure of BB draft picks is right near the top in the NFL. His ability to assess value at any given point after that is unsurpassed.

  8. richm2256 says:
    Jul 30, 2011 11:43 PM
    tbonecostanza says:

    Chad Jackson, Kevin O’Connell, Andy Katzenmoyer, Terrence Wheatley, Shaun Crable, Kareem Brown, and with exception to T. Brady, the entire 2000 draft class are all scratching their heads over that one.

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    Didn’t say he didn’t make mistakes, I’ll STILL take his track record against anybody else’s.

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    I’ll take Paul Brown’s track record of SEVEN pro championships over Belichick any day.

    I’ll also take these guys over Belichick’s “track record” as well:

    George Halas – six titles
    Curly Lambeau – six titles
    Vince Lombardi – five titles
    Guy Chamberlain – four titles
    Chuck Noll – four titles
    Bill Walsh – three titles

    ANY of those are much better than Bill’s three tainted ones.

  9. richm2256 says:
    Jul 30, 2011 6:05 PM
    Last year, the Broncos gave Jarvis Green from New England a decent signing bonus after the Patriots surprisingly cut him. He didn’t make the team.

    When are people going to just accept that Bill’s a first-rate judge of talent?

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    When are New Englanders going to just accept that they are the biggest d-bags in the sports fan world?

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