Bailey was selected to the AFC's Pro Bowl roster.|||||||
Bailey is one of five Broncos to make the team, joining Peyton Manning, Von Miller, Elvis Dumervil and Ryan Clady.
Bailey is inactive for Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers.|||||||
Bailey has a hamstring injury and was limited in practice this week for the Broncos. He'll be replaced by Cassius Vaughn in the team's starting lineup.
The Broncos have signed Bailey to a four-year deal, keeping the perennial Pro Bowl cornerback off the free agent market. John Elway, the Broncos' chief of football operations, announced the move in a series of tweets Tuesday afternoon.|||||||
Elway called it a great day for the Broncos and their fans. Bailey recently played in his 10th Pro Bowl, a record for cornerbacks. He's coming off one of his better seasons in his seven stellar years in Denver. The team had pulled a four-year deal worth more than $40 million off the table in October but reopened talks with his representatives this month
John Elway says the Denver Broncos are trying to re-sign Bailey.|||||||
In a series of tweets Thursday, the Broncos' new chief of football operations said the team is engaged in "constructive conversations" with Bailey's representatives about keeping the 32-year-old star in orange and blue. The Broncos decided not to place their franchise tag on Bailey, who just completed his seven-year $63 million contract with a 10th Pro Bowl berth, a record for cornerbacks.
Bailey is heading to his 10th Pro Bowl, a record for cornerbacks. He was notified by the NFL on Thursday that he was being added to the AFC roster, replacing Oakland's Nnamdi Asomugha, who is skipping the all-star game for medical reasons.|||||||
Bailey's 10th Pro Bowl appearance will break a tie he held with Hall of Famer Mike Haynes for most Pro Bowl appearances by a cornerback. Bailey missed the final game of the season, against San Diego, because of a bruised right heel that bothered him almost the entire season but only sidelined him for the finale.