Posted Tue Mar 20th by Jon Heath
We interrupt our regularly scheduled Peyton Manning is a Denver Bronco Tuesday afternoon to remind fans that the Broncos are still making moves in free agency. The team will bring in at least two players over the next two days for visits, according to reports.
Former Indianapolis Colts center Jeff Saturday is going to visit the team today and former New Orleans Saints cornerback Tracy Porter is going to visit the team on Wednesday. Both players own Super Bowl rings and have connections to Manning.
Saturday, 36, has been Manning’s center in Indianapolis since the 2000 season and would bring veteran experience to Denver’s offensive line. Porter, 25, was the player that intercepted Manning during Super Bowl XLIV, which led to a Saints victory.
Last season in New Orleans, Porter started in eleven games and recorded 52 tackles, an interception and forced two fumbles. If he signed in Denver, he would presumably start across from Champ Bailey in Denver’s secondary this season.
Both players would bring experience to the team. Would you be in favor of signing them?