Say what you want, but I find it hard to praise a team for giving up one of the most explosive players in the league for a couple of second round picks. Granted the relationship was poisoned. They couldn't keep him. And they got more than I thought they would get. But I don't think the Broncos are better two years from now with those second round choices than they would have been with Marshall.Denver deserves credit here. Coming away with two second round picks for a guy they didn't even want? If done correctly, that's two, young, inexpensive starters. Well done. Meanwhile I can certainly appreciate Miami's aggression here. Henne will be a favorite sleeper to those who try to snipe a mid round QB as their starter or as a committee guy.
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