Broncos CB Champ Bailey Not Ready For Move To Safety

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  1. SRW

    SRW Ex-World's Worst Site Admin Staff Member

    A season ago, as he gave some thought about 2012 with Peyton Manning at quarterback, Champ Bailey was asked if he would consider a move to safety. And his answer then was "maybe into my 16th season or around there." And he added: "I'm a realist, though. If I see myself on tape and I think it's time to make a move, I'll know it's time to make a move. I'll be the first to see it, I'll be the first to know it. Maybe when I'm 36."

    As the Broncos opened their offseason program Monday, Bailey was reminded, with a backdrop of the Broncos' loss to the Ravens that included two touchdown catches for Torrey Smith with Bailey in tow, that he said he would consider a move to safety when he is 36.

    "I did?" Bailey said, smiling. "Hey, until these young guys start doing something, I'm not taking a back seat to them. Later on, maybe, but right now I still feel like I can play at the level I expect and the level they expect me to at corner. Besides, I'm not even close to 36. I'm 34."

    January's double-overtime loss to the Ravens marked the second time in Bailey's tenure with the Broncos the team has had the No. 1 seed in the postseason only to lose at home in the divisional round.

    As the AFC's top seed, the Broncos let a potential Super Bowl trip get away after a 13-3 finish in 2005, just as they did on a frigid evening this past January.

    The difference this time, Bailey said, is the team left standing.

    "I feel like we can be better this year," Bailey said. "That's what I'm looking forward to this year, and that's a big difference from some other years. There have been years when I came back to get going and you didn't feel that way about what we could do.

    "What this team can do remains to be seen, that's on us. But when you look at who's here, starting with the quarterback (Manning) we have, if we stay healthy, we need to be there in the end."

    Source: Denver Post
  2. CaptainStubing

    CaptainStubing Gave her a Dirty Sanchez

    If fox continues to start Bailey at cornerback all season, he is really hurting their chances of winning a Superbowl
  3. K Train

    K Train Do You Honeycutt?

    Hes not really as good of a safety convert guy as a rod woodson or charles woodson

    Hes not ready to move to safety, rahim moore wasnt ready to play safety

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