Lots of NFL teams have had their fair share of drama this season. From Veon Bell's stamina with Pittsburgh Steelers…
Lots of NFL teams have had their fair share of drama this season.
From Veon Bell’s stamina with Pittsburgh Steelers to the quarterback debut Jacksonville Jaguars is facing, it has not broken majors throughout the league title until week 8.
Now it’s Denver Broncos’ turn to enter drama. The team is reportedly open to trading with its starry recipient Demaryius Thomas, who has spent his entire career donating the Broncos uniform. He certainly makes an appealing goal, given that there are many teams that need help with the recipient.
Thomas knows the reports are out there. But if you ask him, he says everything comes down to the fact that football is a deal.
“It’s football, man, it’s a deal,” Thomas said, via ESPN’s Jeff Legwold. “That’s what’s happening. It’s happened before (in the league), I never thought it would happen to me, but I is like everyone else.
“I love being here,” he continued. “I’ll do what I have to do to be ready … I love being here, I’ve been here my whole career.”
While Thomas has struggled a little this season, he has 33 receptions for 372 meters this season. The Georgia Tech product noted that his focus is on Denvers matchup against 6-1
Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, not the rumor that swirls him.
“Do not mind it and just keep on doing my business; I can check what I can control,” said Thomas. “That’s all I do, every day in and out … the rest will pan for itself.”
There is no story where Thomas will end on October 30th, but there does not seem to be too much space in his head.
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