John Henderson Released by Jacksonville Jaguars: Good Fit for Denver Broncos?

April 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

John Henderson released by Jaguars after eight seasons
John Henderson has only ever played for the Jacksonville Jaguars after they drafted him No. 9 overall in 2002. One of the team's veteran players and locker room leaders, Henderson became expendable after the Jaguars used their top two draft selections on DTs Tyson Alualau and D'Anthony Smith.
The Jaguars are clearly trying to get younger and more athletic upfront as they switch to a 4-3 defense and Henderson doesn't fit the new scheme as he is more of a 3-4 nose tackle.

Could Henderson be a good fit for the Denver Broncos?
Earlier this offseason, the Denver Broncos dipped into free agency by signing three defensive lineman to upgrade the Broncos defense. Justin Bannan, Jamal Williams, and Jarvis Green are all the type of role players that New England found a way to succeed with in McDaniels's time there (Green actually came from New England). All should come in and instantly upgrade a Broncos line that fai...

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