Well, Brandon Stokley possibly will get his reward for all the positive things he said last month about the status of Peyton Manning’s arm and the quality of his throws.
As expected, the Broncos may be signing Stokley. Jason La Canfora of NFL Network reports that Stokley, who lives in Denver, will visit with the Broncos. He could eventually re-join the team.
Stokley, who turns 36 in June, is a 13-year veteran who spent three seasons with Manning in Indy and three with the Broncos. When Manning visited the Broncos in early March, he threw passes for roughly an hour to Stokley in a park near the receiver’s home.
Stokley won Super Bowl rings in 2000 with the Ravens and 2006 with the Colts. He also played two games with the Giants in 2011; that possibly was enough to get him a third ring.
If Stokley ends up with the Broncos, his primary task will be to help Peyton get his second.