The New England Patriots trimmed their roster to get to the 53-man limit, cutting some of quarterback Tom Brady's buddies: center Dan Koppen along with receivers Deion Branch and Donte' Stallworth. Now that the 31-year-old Stallworth won't be catching any passes from the three-time Super Bowl champion, he wants a chance to run routes from another future Hall of Famer.
The nine-year journeyman was actively seeking a new job on Friday night shortly after getting released, and he was doing so via Twitter.
With Eric Decker, Demaryious Thomas and Brandon Stokely, the Broncos might be in need for an established wideout. But Stallworth might not be their first choice.
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