After the release of Kyle Orton from the Broncos, Mike Klis of the Denver Post joined The Boers and Bernstein Show to break down what’s next.
Since the Broncos released Kyle Orton, reports have surfaced that the former Bears quarterback has a desire to return to Chicago.
Quarterback Kyle Orton was waived by the Denver Broncos Tuesday, opening the door for a possible return to the Bears.
The Denver Broncos traded Pro Bowl receiver Brandon Lloyd, the league’s leading receiver last year, to the St. Louis Rams on Monday for a conditional 2012 draft pick.
Kyle Orton was a key part of the trade that brought Jay Cutler to Chicago. He was supposed to be a quarterback that the Broncos could win with. Now it looks like Orton will be on the move again.
If the Jay Cutler-Kyle Orton debate hasn’t already been put to rest, the recent developments out of Denver should do just that.
A lot was made of all of the assets that the Bears gave up to get Jay Cutler. There was even people, who not too long ago, would rather have Kyle Orton leading the team.
We are not even through two seasons since Jay Cutler became a Bear, and it already feels like a long story: spectacular touchdowns undermined by inexcusable interceptions, petulant shoulder shrugs interpreted for greater meaning, and club-hopping with quasi-famous TV arm-candy.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The arrivals of Tim Tebow and Brady Quinn were just what Kyle Orton needed to convince the Denver Broncos that he was their answer at quarterback all along. In a surprising move […]