Broncos Place Brandon Lloyd On Trading Block

The Denver Broncos have placed Pro Bowl WR Brandon Llyod on trading block, according to ESPN.com. The Broncos are apparently asking for a third, fourth or fifth round pick for Llyod.

I guess the Broncos are in full rebuild mode. Obviously, they would need to start that process by getting rid of all their good players.

Tim Tebow is set to make his first start after the bye week. The trade deadline is Tuesday so if Lloyd is dealt, the chosen one will begin his career as the Broncos starter without the team’s top target.

Maybe the Donkeys are trying to Suck for Luck?

I know some of you are wondering if the Chiefs would make a play for Lloyd. I doubt it. For one, trades between division rivals, while they do happen, are pretty rare. For two, the Chiefs don’t really need Lloyd that badly. They already have Dwayne Bowe, Steve Breaston and Jonathan Baldwin. Although Baldwin hasn’t played yet, he is still a first round pick. Don’t see the Chiefs making a play here.

Topics: Brandon Lloyd, Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs

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