ESPNboston.com – The Broncos made the former Patriots star interior lineman [Ty Warren] the centerpiece of their free agent class by signing him to a two-year, $8 million deal that included a $2.5 million bonus and $1.5 million salary for 2011. They also re-signed their own free agent defensive tackle, Marcus Thomas, at $1 million for one year. Both were injured within five minutes of each other when they lined up with the first-team defense during a 9-on-7 drill Monday. Thomas (strained pectoral) and Warren (torn triceps) won’t be back on the field anytime soon…. Warren is out indefinitely. The Broncos are hoping he won’t need surgery and can return to the field at some point this season, although that would mean going with a 52-man roster for a while.
Well, there goes Warren’s career. Out for the season last year, cut this year, and probably out for the season again this year… dude must have let one too many black cats cross his path. Each time Belichick cuts one of these Pro-Bowl players I flip out and then he always proves to have made the right move. Belichick is a genius and I am done doubting him. Hopefully Warren will see the field again at some point in his career, but if I had to guess I’d say it’s all but over for him.