In 2010, Lloyd went on a tear, gathering up more than 1,400 yards and 11 touchdowns. He and quarterback Kyle Orton developed a nice chemistry.
Lloyd, who is in his ninth season in the league, has played with four different NFL franchises.
Obviously, the Cleveland Browns should be interested in Lloyd, who could come to them very cheaply.
The Browns' top two wide receivers have 26 catches for 347 yards. Lloyd alone has 19 grabs for 283 yards, despite being hampered by a leg injury for the last few weeks.
Lloyd, although well-traveled, is a difference maker in Denver. He could easily help second-year quarterback Colt McCoy and the new Browns offense develop by being a proven and reliable target to throw the football to.
If the Browns were to make the move to bolster their passing attack, Brian Robiskie could possibly be the odd man out. He has disappointed since being drafted early in the second round, three years ago. This season, the former Ohio State Buckeye has logged more game appearances than he has receptions.
At 2-2, are the Browns willing to make a move that could aid them in battling for one of the AFC's two wild card spots? It could be a well-played gamble for a team that has been in the doldrums since 1999.