Broncos contact San Francisco about Lelie

Jul 26, 2006 at 7:22 AM--


Brad Biggs, of the Chicago Sun-Times, reports, according to the Denver Post, the Denver Broncos have been in contact with the San Francisco 49ers about trading disgruntled WR Ashley Lelie, who skipped the team's offseason program, including a mandatory minicamp. Lelie is not expected to report to camp before the Broncos' first practice Friday morning, July 28, which would subject him to hefty daily fines.

From the Chicago Sun-Times:
Whether more help is brought in for the offense remains to be seen. The Denver Broncos have been in contact with the Bears about trading disgruntled wide receiver Ashley Lelie, who skipped the team's offseason program, including a mandatory minicamp.

Lelie, who has 96 receptions for an average of 19.3 yards and eight touchdowns over the last two seasons, is not expected to report to camp before the Broncos' first practice Friday morning, which would subject him to hefty daily fines. The Denver Post reported the Broncos also have been in contact with Baltimore, New England, Philadelphia and San Francisco.

It is important to note that this Biggs is simply using the already known Denver Post information from Monday, July 24, as his reference and does not really offer any new information regarding Lelie.





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