Glazer mentions that the Broncos could revisit the idea following their match ups against the Rams and Dolphins over the next two weeks.
- According to Glazer, the Broncos are doing their “full diligence” on Incognito.
- Jeff Darlington adds that Incognito has maintained a “strict workout regiment” in Arizona over the last several months.
Denver’s coaching staff reportedly spent time with Incognito in recent days to determine if he’s changed since his time with the Dolphins.
Glazer points out that the Broncos currently rank No. 26 in rushing and have had to shuffle their offensive line in recent weeks. The Broncos coaching staff is familiar with Incognito from coaching him during the Pro Bowl years ago.
According to Glazer, the Chiefs and Buccaneers brought him in for a visit earlier in the season, but both teams reportedly got “skittish” after numerous calls from people inside the NFL.
Incognito was at the center of the bullying scandal involving Jonathan Martin that led to Martin leaving the team indefinitely last year.
Incognito, 31, appeared in eight games last season before he was suspended indefinitely. Pro Football Focus has him rated as the No. 24 guard in the league last year, and an above average player in both run and pass-blocking.
We’ll have more updates regarding the Broncos and Incognito as the news is available.