Brandon Marshall Trade Reaction From Broncos Fans: Great Trade For Both Sides

Early reaction from the Brandon Marshall trade indicates that both sides are content with the deal. The Dolphins get an immensely talented receiver and the Broncos get two second round picks which are becoming increasingly valuable with the way the economics are set-up with first round picks.

SB Nation's Broncos community, Mile High Report, calls this a win-win situation.

This is a great trade for both sides.  The Dolphins acquire a big, physical receiver to be the top target for second year starting quarterback Chad Henne.  The Broncos get rid of their biggest headache in four years, and come away with two second round picks in the process, which is fantastic value.    

MHR also points out that the Broncos are now serious players in the draft holding three of the top 45 picks in April's draft. They now have the power, with the 43rd and 45th picks in the draft, to move back into the tail end of the first round.

Coincidentally, Tim Tebow is visiting the Broncos today and he's expected to be a late first round pick. 

Check out the full reaction from Mile High Report.

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