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Broncos' Mario Haggan Named To USA Today 'All-Joe Team'

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Denver Broncos linebacker Mario Haggan was named to USA Today's 2010 "All-Joe Team" on Wednesday. This team, writes Nate Davis, is "the NFL's version of anonymity." Haggan started all 16 games this past season, eight on the outside and eight on the inside. He finished the season with 87 total tackle, five sacks and two forced fumbles.

Former Denver Broncos running back Peyton Hillis, who was traded last year to the Cleveland Browns for Brady Quinn, made the team following his nearly 1,200-yard rushing effort in 2010. Quinn did not appear in any games for the Broncos.


From the AFC West, the San Diego Chargers' Quentin Jammer (CB) and Mike Tolbert (FB) appeared; for the Chiefs, guard Ryan Lilja and linebacker Derrick Johnson were named; and for the Raiders, fullback Marcel Reese joined Tolbert.


In 2009, the Broncos' D.J. Williams made the team. In 2008, offensive tackle Ryan Clady and linebacker Jamie Winborn appeared on the team.