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ENGLEWOOD, COLO. (AP) - Tim Tebow has lost his top target even before making his first start of the season.
“We think it’s a position of strength,” Broncos coach John Fox said of his receiving corps. “We’ve got some guys coming back _ Demaryius Thomas, Eddie Royal _ and (we like) the emergence of Eric Decker.”
Lloyd said the trade was a mutual effort. He said he wanted to be a featured receiver in a more pass-oriented offense and thought his departure was best not just for his own career but for those of the receivers he left behind.
“This had nothing to do with Tim,” Lloyd told 104.3 The Fan radio station in Denver. “I’m like everybody else, I find it hard not to like the kid and I have a lot of respect for him and a lot of respect for what he wants to accomplish in his career.
“I think this move creates the space for Denver to really find out what they want to do with the organization and the same thing for me. It puts me in a situation where maybe a team will want to look at me long-term or maybe I can fill a void for a season for St. Louis and get those guys back on track.”
“That helps tremendously. There shouldn’t be any kind of learning curve,” Rams general manager Billy Devaney said.
“He’s made a lot of big plays in the NFL,” Devaney said. “He’s got size, good hands, (is) a polished route runner. He’s got a knack for making a big play. We’re going to put him in the mix.”
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