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Elway calls re-signing Danny Trevathan, Malik Jackson priorities
Elway calls re-signing Danny Trevathan, Malik Jackson priorities
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Elway calls re-signing Danny Trevathan, Malik Jackson priorities
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Jackets In The Pros: Danny Trevathan, Denver Broncos

Elway calls re-signing Danny Trevathan, Malik Jackson priorities

Posted by Josh Alper on February 9, 2016, 1:02 PM EST
nbcsports.com
Updated: Thursday, February 11, 2016, 7:36 p.m.

Linebacker Von Miller said that he expects his contract discussions with the Broncos will be “a peaceful
thing,” an outlook made easier by the fact that the team would likely use the franchise tag to secure
Miller’s return for at least one more season if they can’t strike a deal by early March.

The tag probably won’t be an option with two other defensive starters headed for a free agency.
Linebacker Danny Trevathan and defensive end Malik Jackson can both head elsewhere this
offseason, but the Broncos say they want to keep both in Denver.

“They are all priorities,” Elway said, via the Denver Post. “Getting Derek Wolfe done was the first step,
and we want to get Danny and Malik done. We want to try and keep the group together. But it’s a fluid
process. We will talk to their representatives and see where we are at and get a feel for it.

With Miller and quarterback Brock Osweiler also up for deals, it could be tough to bring back both
pieces of what Elway called a “historic” defense.

Jackson should be a popular target for other teams as comes off a strong season and Wolfe’s deal
sets the framework for another contract that will be tough to fit into the puzzle. Trevathan won’t cost as
much, but there would be other suitors on the open market for a player who’s been a starter on two AFC
champs. That could price him out as well, all of which leaves plenty to watch in Denver beyond Miller
and the quarterbacks this offseason.



This article was provided by Gerald Lacey
Gerald Lacey is the senior sports writer covering Leesburg High School Sports for the Carver Heights
Quarterback Club. You can reach him at:
geraldlacey@leesburgyellowjacketsfootball.com
Elway calls re-signing Danny Trevathan, Malik Jackson priorities