Uh, is this the GOOD news?

Plummer restructures, will be back with Broncos
DENVER (AP) — As promised, Jake Plummer is the quarterback of the future for the Denver Broncos. Plummer agreed to restructure his contract this week to help the team make more salary cap room for the upcoming free-agent signing period. Plummer was owed a $6 million roster bonus in March. By reworking the deal, he’ll receive most of that money this year and the remainder next year. “We’re committed to Jake and that commitment will be fulfilled,” Broncos general manager Ted Sundquist told The Denver Post. All season long, coach Mike Shanahan said Plummer would get his bonus and remain Denver’s quarterback. Plummer, who signed a seven-year, $40 million deal with the team in 2003, threw a team-record 27 touchdowns last season and an NFL-high 20 interceptions. Also agreeing to restructure deals were safety John Lynch, center Tom Nalen and receiver Rod Smith. Copyright 2004 Associated Press.

2 thoughts on “Uh, is this the GOOD news?

  1. no, the good news is you’re about to sign jeff garcia as plummer’s “back-up.” hello, qb controversy.

  2. One man’s trash….
    I don’t think Garcia was Cleveland’s biggest problem. Thast would be BEING IN CLEVELAND. *rimshot* Seriously, I think the Browns have a front office problem. A lot of bad personnel decisions. I am assuming that their coaching problem has been suitably addressed.
    We (my adopted homies, the Broncos) have a fantastic front office – at least on paper (Bailey and a 2nd rounder for Portis). We (my homies, the Lions) have the world’s worst front office outside of Arizona.

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