Champ Bailey Will Reportedly Remain with Denver Broncos in 2013

February 10, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Champ Bailey is reportedly going to remain with the Denver Bronco through this offseason.
Mike Klis of the Denver Post wrote on his Sulia account that Bailey isn't likely to be going anywhere. He also said as much on Twitter:
Almost immediately upon entering the league with the Washington Redskins, Bailey was a great player. The 34-year-old has long been the best corner in the league and will go down as one of the best shutdown cornerbacks in the history of the league. Over his 14-year career, Bailey's made 12 Pro Bowls, seven All-Pro teams and intercepted 52 passes.
He was an absolute nightmare for opposing quarterbacks, as he was able to cover an entire half of the field without the help of a safety for much of his career. Top receivers would be helpless to find themselves any space with which to make a play.
Bailey doesn't look to be that kind of player anymore, though.
Aside from being a cap casualty, the Broncos might have been looking to move Bailey on be...

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