Continuing on in the on again, off again saga surrounding Denver Broncos receiver Brandon Marshall. On Wednesday, the Broncos slapped a first-round qualifying tender on Marshall wh0 ended the year in the same manner in which he began it, in rookie head coach Josh McDaniels’ dog house but in between posted his third straight 100-catch season. The first-round qualifying offer is a clear sign that the Broncos are serious about dealing the disgruntled receiver and further fuels speculative reports which have suggested the Broncos would be willing to take less then a first round pick in exchange for Marshall.
Anwar S. Richardson of the Tampa Tribune did the leg work on drafted safeties through the years and surmises the Bucs could make history if they choose Tennessee safety Eric Berry with the third overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft.
Word is beginning to trickle out with regards to who the Bucs had formal interviews with during the Scouting Combine. Thus far we’ve been able to piece meal a list together that includes receivers Golden Tate, Mike Williams, defensive ends Jason Worilds, Jermaine Cunningham and linebacker Darryl Washington which represents five of the 60 15-minute interviews allowed per league rules. With the team pouring all of it’s resources and energy into this year draft they are keeping the names of those interviewed under lock and key as to not tip there hand to the rest of the league.