Around the AFC West: Broncos Ink Demaryius Thomas to Long-Term Contract

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Denver Broncos Broncos agree to long-term contract with wide receiver Demaryius Thomas

Thomas said that he wants to retire as a Denver Bronco

Demaryius Thomas said that he wanted to retire a Denver Bronco during his press conference to announce his new deal.

And despite it coming down to deadline day, Thomas said he never worried.

"No, I didn't [worry a deal would not get done]," he said, according to ESPN. "I kind of knew for a little while I was going to be a Bronco. ... Kind of a week before they were going back and forth, I kind of knew."

Read the full article from Jeff Legwold of ESPN here.

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Taiwan Jones is back in 2015 with a new position

Eddie Paskal of Raiders.com writes that Taiwan Jones, after a lost 2014 season to injury, is back, albeit with a position change.

"Jones is back on the offensive side of the football, lining up at running back in 2015, a position he has not played since 2012," Paskal writes. "Prior to the 2013 season, Jones, who played both running back and cornerback during his collegiate years at Eastern Washington University, made the switch full-time to the defensive side of the ball for the Silver and Black."

Read the full article here.

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