DeVier Posey

#15WR,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 210
Born:
College: Ohio State
Birth Place: Cincinnati, Ohio
Draft: 2012 3rd round (5th pick) by the
  • Heath Evans doesn't think Julian Edelman, Patriots will engage in contract dispute
    Patriots Wire

    Heath Evans doesn't think Julian Edelman, Patriots will engage in contract dispute

    In many ways, Julian Edelman has followed in Wes Welker’s footsteps. But their career paths could diverge significantly after the 2017 season when Edelman’s contract expires, according to former New England Patriots fullback Heath Evans. “I know Wes got into a contract dispute with the Pats, and wound up going to Denver,” Evans told The Boston Herald in a story published Monday. “I don’t think we’re going to see that with Jules. I think Jules embraces the grind-it-out-for-the-common-good mentality. I think he gets the fact, maybe taking less money, you make more for the next 20-30 years (with business interests), because you form such a legacy in an area of the country that’s never going to forget

  • Stop already with the starting QB guesses
    Mile High Report

    Stop already with the starting QB guesses

    Phase III of Broncos’ offseason workouts begins this week with OTAs, and (engage sarcasm font) fortunately for all of us, Mike Klis has the quarterback scenario all figured out: A first-round draft pick a year ago, Lynch ended last season a distant second to Trevor Siemian as the Broncos’ starting quarterback. By all accounts, the past five weeks of offseason work has not changed the order. Because, you know, nothing has changed since the season ended (disengage sarcasm font). Calling 2016 first-round draft pick Paxton Lynch “a distant second to Trevor Siemian,” Klis maintains Lynch must start competing this week if he has a chance at being the starter - despite the fact that new head coach Vance

  • Von Miller's the 1st Bronco to ever show up to employee appreciation event
    Broncos Wire

    Von Miller's the 1st Bronco to ever show up to employee appreciation event

    For the past 18 years, the Denver Broncos have held an annual appreciation event for their more than 200 employees. Last week, superstar linebacker Von Miller became the first player to show up to the ceremony. Miller asked to speak at the event, according to the Denver Post‘s Nicki Jhabvala. “We couldn’t do what we do if it weren’t for you,” Miller told the staff. Miller, 28, joined the Broncos as the No. 2 overall pick out of Texas A&M in the 2011 NFL draft. He has since earned five Pro Bowl selections, five AP All-Pro honors and won the MVP award in Super Bowl 50. Miller owns 73.5 career sacks and he’s on pace to become Denver’s all-time leader in sacks before he hangs up his cleats. When