Posts Tagged ‘dewayne robertson’

Denver Broncos 2008 Preview Report

By Andy Benoit, www.NFLTouchdown.com Predicted: 2nd 2007 Record: 7-9 (2nd AFC West) Head Coach: Mike Shanahan (14th year) Roster Quick View *rookie **new Veteran Offense QB: Jay Cutler Has one of the strongest arms in the game. It’s a strength and weakness in that, he can make some spectacular throws but also force balls in […]

DT Robertson Still Out There; Visited with Philly

While the New York Jets are still in possession of defensive tackle Dewayne Robertson, the Eagles are a team that took a look at the former first-round draft pick last month. The Philadelphia Inquirer confirmed that the Eagles had Robertson in for a series of medical exams, but that right now signing him appears to […]

Robertson Situation Still Up in the Air – Denver and Cincy Not Interested

  Today’s Newark Star-Ledger is reporting that both the Broncos and Bengals are no longer interested in going after Jets defensive tackle Dewayne Robertson. The paper puts out there that the Jets are likely to cut Robertson if no team is willing to make a deal for him, so why throw something at the Jets […]

Broncos and Jets Talking About a Trade for Robertson?

  The Broncos may be working on a trade for New York Jets defensive tackle Dewayne Robertson.  The “Denver Post” reports the team is exploring a deal to bring Robertson to Denver in exchange for draft choices.  Robertson was the fourth-overall pick in 2003.  The Jets recently tried to trade him to Cincinnati, but he […]

Lions, Jets and Broncos Talking Three-Way Deal

The NFL is not a league known for trades, and even more rare is a trade that involves more than two teams. That trend may be changing a bit, as ProFootballTalk.com is reporting talks of a three-way deal involving the Jets, Lions and Broncos may very well be in the works. The story goes that […]

Jets 2003 First-Round Pick Roberston on the Trading Block

  After a dismal 2007 season, the Jets appear to be in roster turnover mode, as it is being reported today that they are shopping around former first-round pick Dewayne Roberston.  The New York Daily News states that the team feels that Robertson is too small to play nose tackle in a 3-4 scheme, and […]