Thanks to their cheap young QBs, the Broncos enter free agency and the draft with plenty of financial flexibility as they build for the future.
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Matt Barkley displayed enough late last season with Chicago to make him an upgrade over the returning QBs in Denver.
With stopping the run having been a sore spot on an otherwise stellar defense, the Broncos intend to devote offseason resources to plugging some gaps.
Oakland needs to sign Derek Carr to an extension, while the Chiefs have a few options to retain safety Eric Berry. Here are five offseason moves that would improve every AFC West team.
People close to Tony Romo tell ESPN's Ed Werder that the popular veteran quarterback is expecting to be released this offseason.
Denver is hoping Brock Olivo can awaken a dormant Broncos special-teams unit.
The Texans make the most sense, but the Broncos are another logical destination. Will Romo's injury history scare away interested teams, though? Our Insiders discuss.
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Like in his first mock draft, Mel Kiper Jr. had the Broncos addressing their needs on the offensive line by taking Garett Bolles at No. 20 overall.
A number of teams could find room for running back Adrian Peterson if he can't work out a deal to stay in Minnesota. Could he land with a contender?
Denver offensive coordinator Mike McCoy said the Broncos will tailor their offense to suit the strengths of either Trevor Siemian or Paxton Lynch.
Wednesday will be the first day that NFL teams can designate franchise-tag players. It's doubtful that Denver, getting ready for its first season under head coach Vance Joseph, will go that route.
The Broncos have expressed a need to strengthen their offensive line, but the draft might dictate a defensive pick for John Elway in the first round.
Only the New England Patriots have a better win percentage than Denver since 2012. But the Broncos are also on their third head coach, offensive coordinator and defensive coordinator over that span.
Von Miller believes that if he made more sacks and forced more fumbles that the Broncos might have made the playoffs.
The Broncos will give a look to former Giants receiver Victor Cruz, who hasn't done much in the league since tearing a patellar tendon in 2014.
DeMarcus Ware was an integral piece to the Broncos' Super Bowl 50 title, while Russell Okung didn't live up to his huge salary this season. Will either of them be back?
There were some hard feelings after the Broncos didn't pick up Sylvester Williams' fifth-year option. While Denver will always bring back players at the right price, Williams figures to move on, as the Broncos have made their feelings pretty clear.
The Broncos were shaky in the offensive line all season long, but the new coaching staff is already leaning toward reconnecting with the glory days.
Players have been quick to endorse Joe Woods as Wade Phillips' replacement to call plays for the Broncos defense.
The guys think you're crazy if you believe Kevin Durant returning to OKC won't be that bad, plus they talk with Dana White and review the worst QB situations in the NFL.
Mike McCoy says he has a good idea what to expect from the Broncos personnel after having to game plan against the team as the Chargers coach.
Coordinator and former Chargers coach Mike McCoy said there will be plenty of changes coming for the Broncos' offense.
Where will Tony Romo play in 2017? Denver might seem an unlikely destination, but a Romo acquisition could bring about certitude on the Broncos' QB plans going forward.