Denver Broncos Trade J.J. Arrington to Philadelphia Eagles for Joe Mays

July 31, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

(Denver, CO) Josh McDaniels has proven time and time again to have an itchy trigger finger. Staying true to form, he traded J.J. Arrington to the Philadelphia Eagles for linebacker Joe Mays today.
Eagles also acquired a conditional draft pick in 2012 from the Broncos in exchange for Mays.
Arrington, the pass-catching back will be battling it out with rookie Charles Scott for the No.3 running back slot behind LeSean McCoy and Mike Bell.
The 27-year-old running back underwent microfracture surgery on a knee injury last year. The former Arizona Cardinal had yet to play a down for the Broncos.
Knowshon Moreno and Correll Buckhalter are both locks to make the team.
This leaves Kolby Smith to battle it out with undrafted rookie free agent running back Toney Baker, who is my dark horse in this race.  
Lance Ball and Bruce Hall will also be in contention for the third, and more than likely final, running back spot on the roster....

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