If Josh McDaniels didn't bring you to the Broncos last year or this year, chances are you're not going to be with the team much longer.
The second-year coach got rid of yet another of former head coach Mike Shanahan's top draft picks today, saying goodbye to 2007 first-round defensive end Jarvis Moss.
Moss never panned out for the Broncos, recording just 3.5 sacks in three-plus seasons. He was converted to linebacker by McDaniels' staff, but it never helped his production.
With Moss gone, D.J. Williams is now the only first-round pick drafted before 2008 still on the team's roster.