The cornerback who effectively ended Super Bowl XLII between the Indianapolis Colts and the New Orleans Saints -- CB Tracy Porter -- will be visiting the Denver Broncos on Sunday, giving Porter a chance to play for the quarterback he pick-six'd.
According to ESPN, the 4-year-veteran will be visiting the Broncos on Wednesday. Porter entered the NFL in the 2nd round of the 2008 NFL Draft, and he has accrued 7 regular season interceptions and 4 forced fumbles through his career.
In 2011, the Broncos had the second-fewest interceptions in the league, tied with the Saints and Cleveland Browns with just 9 picks.
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