Mark Dell

#15WR,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 195
Born:
College: Michigan State
Birth Place: Detroit, Michigan
Draft: Undrafted
  • ABC News

    For Broncos, Taylor's death conjures memories of Williams

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Broncos owner Pat Bowlen knows the anguish fellow owner Daniel Snyder is going through. Broncos receiver Brandon Marshall understands the grief the Washington Redskins players are experiencing. The death of safety Sean Taylor from a gunshot wound has stirred up memories of cornerback Darrent Williams for the Broncos players. Williams was killed in a drive-by shooting on Jan. 1 following an argument at a Denver nightclub. The mood in the Denver locker room was subdued Wednesday. "We dealt with this last year. We're still dealing with it," Marshall said. "It hit home." Broncos offensive lineman Chris Myers heard his phone beep at 4:30 a.m. Tuesday and knew something was wrong.

  • Why Vance Joseph, Not Kyle Shanahan, Got Broncos Job
    SI.com

    Why Vance Joseph, Not Kyle Shanahan, Got Broncos Job

    The MMQB spent 24 hours with the San Francisco 49ers new GM John Lynch as he prepares for his first NFL draft. ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — John Elway was eager to talk about lessons learned. The Broncos had just missed the playoffs for the first time since 2010, and now he was tasked with finding a new head coach. So Vance Joseph reached back to the worst year of his football life. In 2013, his ninth season as an NFL assistant coach, his Houston Texans went from preseason AFC contenders to losers of 14 consecutive games. That was Joseph’s last of three seasons in Houston working under Gary Kubiak, Denver’s last head coach, who retired due to health reasons. And in that interview, it became clear that

  • Miami Dolphins most important player for 2017 success is Jay Ajayi
    Miami Herald

    Miami Dolphins most important player for 2017 success is Jay Ajayi

    The most important player on the New England Patriots? Tom Brady, of course. The most important player on the Green Bay Packers? Aaron Rodgers. The quarterback is probably the most important player on most NFL teams and if that isn’t true, it’s rare the team is a playoff contender because today’s NFL is so much about quarterback play. The Denver Broncos are an exception. Von Miller is the most important player on that playoff contending team that is still searching for a starting quarterback. And the Miami Dolphins also are an exception because the most important player on that team is running back Jay Ajayi. Amazing isn’t it? The Dolphins are certain they have a winning quarterback in Ryan Tannehill.