Broncos are first team Cyrus Kouandjio played with in 'Madden'


The Broncos put Watson on season-ending injured reserve Wednesday, after deciding that the combination of a calf injury suffered against the Chargers and a foot injury suffered in last week's loss to the Eagles would be too much to overcome in 2017. Watson signed a three-year, $18.375 million contract that included $5.5. million guaranteed at signing.

Watson, 28, played four seasons for the rival Oakland Raiders before signing a two-year deal with the Broncos this offseason.

That is a bridge we will cross at a later date.

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It was an inauspicious debut season in Denver for right tackle Menelik Watson, and it's already over, thanks to multiple injuries.

Both players have struggled through injuries, which was the main concern for them both coming out of college.

Kouandjio is a former second-round pick and he started seven games with the Bills but he's not expected to start against the Patriots. He was selected by the Bills in the second round (44th overall) in the 2014 NFL Draft from the University of Alabama. He is rated the No. 69 tackle in the NFL according to Pro Football Focus. We're looking for silver linings here, because after all, this is a player that is 24, a former second round pick, has been cut by two National Football League teams, and was available in week 10 of the National Football League season. The Broncos have switched from quarterback Trevor Siemian to Brock Osweiler in hopes of kickstarting their passing game, but their inability to establish the run or pass block on long-developing plays has limited what they can do.

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Nevertheless, Kouandjio still has potential - and besides, it's not like the Broncos can afford to be choosy, anyway.

Hopefully, the Broncos can extract the very best out of him, as this looks like it will be his last shot in the NFL.

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