Willis McGahee has been rumored to be on the roster bubble for the Denver Broncos all offseason, a rumbling that only has picked up since the team selected running back Montee Ball in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft. Those rumors aren't going to change McGahee's offseason approach.
McGahee will not be a part of Monday's organized team activities, which is consistent with his approach in the past. His attendance at offseason voluntary events always has been spotty as he trains in Miami with other players from "The U." McGahee also hasn't been around a ton for the Broncos' conditioning program, according to the Denver Post.
"He's following the same routine he's done his whole career. He'll be there," agent Chafie Fields told Mike Klis of the Post. "He's ready to compete. No messages.'"
We're far less concerned about McGahee's OTA attendance than his health. He's coming off a torn medial collateral ligament and a broken leg. If he can't prove himself healthy in training camp, it's possible the Broncos might move on from his $2.5 million salary.
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