In order to keep Denver below the expected $180 million salary cap, tough decisions will need to be made on many of the Broncos' current players. However, there's a handful of players that are safe thanks to their contracts.
There were high expectations for the rookie coming out of Penn State, not only as a receiver, but as a playmaker. Did Hamler and his electricity live up to those high expectations his rookie season?
Michael Ojemudia's rookie season was anything but easygoing. But the third-round rookie was able to end the season on a high note and give the Broncos confidence in him moving forward.
The expectations for Cushenberry entering his rookie season were simple: Become the Broncos' starting center by Week 1 and keep the job for the entire year.
The third-round pick did that. Mission accomplished.
With the salary cap expected to drop to roughly $180 million, NFL teams will be looking to save cap space everywhere they can.
Here are the players George Paton and the Broncos could move on from this offseason to open up cap space.
At times throughout his rookie season, Jerry Jeudy looked like an incredible first-round pick. Other times, the rookie looked, well, like a rookie making the huge transition from college to the NFL.
With a large $10 million cap hit, A.J. Bouye was instantly expected to be Denver's stud outside cornerback in 2020.
Was the veteran corner able to live up to the high expectations his first year in Denver?
Graham Glasgow was John Elway’s biggest free agent signing in 2019. Glasgow turned out to be Elway’s last big-time free agent signing as the general manager of the Denver Broncos too.
But did that high price tag translate to the field? Here’s a look at Glasgow’s first season with the Broncos.
Melvin Gordon’s $8 million per year salary instantly made him one of NFL’s 10 highest paid running backs and brought along lofty expectations.
Did the former Los Angeles Charger do enough to live up to the high expectations?
Andre Simone, Justin Michael, Jake Schwanitz and Henry Chisholm bring you a special 2021 Senior Bowl preview with the best prospects for Broncos fans to watch on offense and defense, plus the players with the most to gain from a big week in Mobile. The gang also breaks down the latest mock draft from Daniel Jeremiah and go through your…...
George Paton liked what he saw from Drew Lock during the 2019 NFL Draft process two years ago. But Paton didn't commit to Lock being the quarterback of the future in Denver.
Here's how the new general manager views the Broncos' QB situation.
With final say on the Broncos' roster, George Paton could end up being the first of many changes coming to Denver.
Here are the players in the most limbo with Paton now in charge.
As George Paton moves to Denver, all options are on the table for who the Broncos' next quarterback will be.
The 2020 season proved that the young Broncos needed the offseason work they lacked due to COVID-19. But what will this offseason look like? "Nobody knows," said Vic Fangio.
The process of finding the Broncos' next general manager is underway.
Here are the candidates and the up-to-date information on where Denver's search stands.
Ellis praised John Elway's decision, updated the ownership situation and touched on the organization's financial health in a wide-ranging press conference.
On Tuesday, Fangio spoke to the media to wrap up the 2020 season and about finding the right replacement for Elway. Here's what we learned.
John Elway will still be involved in big decisions the Broncos make. Two of the big decisions the organization will make this offseason surround Von Miller and Drew Lock.
Elway talked about both of their futures on Monday.