Gaffney to Visit Denver

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February 27, 2009 at 10:34am ET

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Mike Reiss of the Boston Globe reported on Friday that Patriots free agent wide receiver Jabar Gaffney will visit the Denver Broncos today.

As the former Patriots offensive coordinator, newly signed Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels obviously knows Gaffney, and the veteran receiver would likely make an easy transition with an offense that also features receivers Brandon Marshall and Eddie Royal.

According to the report, Gaffney is still an option to return to New England, but that will likely depend on how big of an offer that Denver makes to the 7-year veteran.

Gaffney has 256 catches for 3068 yards and 15 touchdowns during his career, and has spent the last three seasons in New England after beginning his career in 2002 with the Houston Texans.

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