With the WR Brandon Marshall's contract issue unsettled, the Broncos made a step on Monday to expand its WR team. Not by a new deal with Marshall, but by signing free-agent wide receiver Brandon Lloyd.
Lloyd has been playing as wide receiver for 7 years. He was picked by the 49ers in the he fourth round in the 2003 NFL Draft. Then he played for the Redskins and the Bears. In total, Lloyd had participated in 79 regular-season games and started 47 of them with 15 touchdowns.
Will signing veteran WR Lloyd cause Marshall's plan of seeking new contract to be vain? I guess a that is a threat, but who can tell the result before it really comes? Let's just wait and see.