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The Denver Post reports the team will match an offer if Colquitt is given one. Unless Colquitt gets a huge offer, it is safe to assume he will return.
ESPN’s John Clayton reports the Oakland Raiders received than $7 million in cap room by restructuring safety Tyvon Branch's deal done last year. There is a lot of dead money late in the contract, but for now, Oakland received some needed relief.
The Denver Broncos have the right to match any offer given to restricted free agent punter Britton Colquitt, but Denver will not get a draft choice if another team gives him a deal it doesn’t match.