King (groin) is drawing interest from several teams, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
King appeared in four games with the Broncos last season before suffering a groin injury and being released from IR. With the Bills and Dolphins among teams reportedly showing interest, it appears increasingly likely that King will get a chance to earn a role as the season approaches, though he'll need to pass a physical in order to sign anywhere. The 30-year-old veteran led the NFL in punting yards in 2014 and has a career average of 46.7 yards per punt.
King (groin) was released from injured reserve by the Broncos on Monday and will pass on surgery, Jim Trotter of ESPN.com reports.
King indicated his intention is to skip surgery and center his recovery on rest and rehab. The expected length of recovery is about three months.
The Broncos placed King (groin) on injured reserve Saturday, Ryan O'Halloran of The Denver Post reports.
King, who joined the Broncos during the offseason, injured his groin in Monday's loss to the Chiefs. He subsequently underwent an MRI to determine the extent of the injury. While details regarding the severity of the issue have not been released, it will now keep him sidelined for the remainder of the season. Colby Wadman has been signed to replace him.
King (groin) is considered doubtful for Sunday's game against the Jets, Ryan O'Halloran of the Denver Post reports.
King's potential availability for Sunday's tilt appears far from promising, so the Broncos may be forced to make a roster move in order to promote fellow punter Colby Wadman from the practice squad. King's roster spot might even be in danger if Denver's front office elects to go in that direction.
King (groin) will get an MRI to examine the extent of his injury Wednesday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
King left in the fourth quarter of Monday night's game against the Chiefs with what was believed to be a leg injury, but that was debunked by an MRI on Tuesday, and it's now believed to be a groin issue. His status will become clearer once the test results come back.
King's (leg) tests came back normal Tuesday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.
King was examined by trainers in the fourth quarter of Monday's loss to the Chiefs and underwent an MRI on Tuesday but has reportedly avoided any serious injury. The punter has underperformed throughout the season so far and could potentially face competition at the position.
The Broncos and King reached agreement on a three-year contract Thursday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
King led the NFL in gross yards per punt in 2013, his first season with Oakland. While he hasn't matched those heights (48.9 per) in the meantime, his marks have ranged from 44.5 to 47.4 in a given campaign. There have been various reasons mentioned for his release from the Raiders, but performance seemingly wasn't one of them. Expect King to find comfort in the thin air representative of the Mile High City.
King was released by the Raiders on Friday.
King's $3 million cap hit is likely the main reason for his release, but there is also speculation new head coach Jon Gruden wanted to send message with respect to his lack of tolerance for the loquacious King's antics and celebrations. Regardless, the 29-year-old and 2016 second-team All-Pro selection seems likely to find a new team for the 2018 campaign.
King appeared in all 16 regular season games for the Raiders in 2016, averaging 48.6 yards per punt on 81 punts, which was good enough for second in the NFL behind the Colts' Pat McAfee.
King's solid play throughout the season also earned him second team All-Pro honors by the Associated Press, CSNBayArea.com reports. Having signed a five-year extension with Oakland in February of 2016, King is slated to remain with the Raiders through 2020.
The Raiders announced the signing of 10 players Wednesday.
The following players were signed as restricted free agents: Larry Asante, Andre Holmes, Marquette King, Brandian Ross and Rod Streater.
Meanwhile, the team also signed the following exclusive rights free-agent players: Denico Autry, Brian Leonhardt, Matt McCants, Jamize Olawale and Neiko Thorpe.
Raiders wide receiver Rod Streater and punter Marquette King are both going to sign their restricted free agent tenders, reports csnbayarea.com.
Streater was offered a second-round tender worth $2.356 million. King received an original-round tender worth $1.542 million.
Streater, 27, missed 13 games last season after being placed on injured reserve with a fractured foot. In 2013, he had career-highs in receptions (60), receiving yards (888) and touchdowns (four).
King has played all 16 games for the Raiders for two consecutive seasons. Over his career, the 26-year-old averages 46.8 yards per punt with a net average of 40.4.
The Raiders have signed free agent punter Steven Clark, the organization announced on Friday.
Clark went undrafted out of Auburn in 2014 and spent some time with the Broncos during the offseason. Clark joins restricted free agent Marquette King as a second punter on the roster. King was given an original-round tender worth $1.542 million.
The Raiders released punter Chris Kluwe, handing the job to second-year pro Marquette King.