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By LARRY VAUGHT
One good thing for me Saturday was reported by Mike Klis of The Denver Post who reported that former UK star Jacob Tamme was one of four tight ends that made the Denver Broncos roster.
Denver did waive rookie receiver Tavarres King, a fifth-round pick in part because tight ends Tamme and Julius Thomas can play the slot. Denver also kept tight ends Virgil Green and Joel Dreessen,.
“There are many reasons why the Broncos kept Tamme despite his $2.625 million salary. Here’s another: Week 1 opponent Baltimore, which lost Dennis Pitta for the season, would have signed Tamme a minute after he hit the market,” Klis said.
And my buddy Alan Cutler of WLEX-TV had told me the same thing about Tamme to Baltimore two weeks ago. But the good news today is that Tamme is still in Denver and still on the roster.