On Friday afternoon, the Denver Broncos announced that they had parted ways with cornerback André Goodman, who spent three seasons with the franchise.
The Broncos have released CB André Goodman. He played three seasons with the team, grabbing seven interceptions.— Denver Broncos (@Denver_Broncos) April 13, 2012
Goodman started 40 games for the Broncos during his stint with the team, and as Mile High Report notes, he made some big plays for Denver during the 2011 season:
Goodman last season had two interceptions that were part of large wins. Against the Jets he returned an interception for a touchdown to give the Broncos a lead and against the Vikings he picked off Christian Ponder to ice the game.
The veteran has 19 career interceptions.
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