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The 2013 free agency signing period begins next week (March 12) and if John Elway continues his recent trend, the Denver Broncos will be making a few splashes.
Two years ago, the Broncos plugged a hole in the backfield with Willis McGahee. Last offseason, the team changed the entire landscape of the AFC West by signing quarterback Peyton Manning.
Will the team bring in more big-name free agents this year? Only time will tell.
While we wait, consider following these players in free agency:
Steven Jackson (Broncos proved in 2011 with McGahee that they are willing to sign RBs in their upper-20s.)
Chris Ivory (Ivory would provide a much needed punch to Denver’s backfield.)
Peyton Hillis (Could Hillis return to Denver? He’d be hungry to prove himself again.)
Shonn Greene (Denver has already been linked to Greene this offseason).
Danny Amendola (All of these receivers would be great slot options for Denver.)
Wes Welker (Imagine Welker teamed up with Thomas and Decker.)
Austin Collie (Manning’d buddy, Collie, is on the open market. One-year, minimum salary contract, anyone?)
Brandon Stokley (Stokley wants to return; Denver should bring him back.)
Jason Campbell (Campbell is an experienced veteran that could provide depth on the roster.)
Matt Moore (Coach John Fox worked with Moore in Carolina.)
Charles Woodson (Both Woodson and Reed want to land with 2013 contenders.)
Ed Reed (If Von Miller is right, the Broncos are going to win it all this year.)
Glenn Dorsey (A humbled first round pick, Dorsey still has potential.)
Dwight Freeney (Imagine third downs featuring Miller, Elvis Dumervil and Freeney rushing.)
Richard Seymour (Another veteran lineman, Seymour still has some gas left in the tank.)
Dannell Ellerbe (Ellerbe is a very talented outside linebacker that will be pursued by many teams this offseason.)
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Denver young guns Nate Irving and Danny Trevathan will have a bigger role in 2013. The Broncos seem satisfied with their current corps. (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images)
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According to reports from the Denver Post, defensive end Elvis Dumervil could be released as his $12 million base salary for 2013 carries a $13.6 million cap hit.
The Broncos are asking him to restructure, but they also believe they can replace him in the draft or during free agency.
The Denver Post also reported that former teammate of Peyton Manning, Dwight Freeney could be...
According to Albert Breer of NFL Network, the Broncos want defensive end Elvis Dumervil to take a pay cut. If he declines the Broncos may be forced to cut the talented edge rusher.
Dumervil is scheduled to make $12 million in 2013 and that’s a little too rich for the Broncos taste. Mike Florio of Profootballtalk.com writes:
‘Dumervil is due to earn a base salary of $12 million...
Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller, inspired by his cousin's recovery form a serious automobile accident, predicted Tuesday that the Broncos would win the Super Bowl next season. You can post this where ever..
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The Denver Broncos have made big splashes in every offseason since 2009 — expect that trend to continue this spring.
Currently, the team appears to be jockeying to land All-Star cornerback Darrelle Revis via trade with the New York Jets. Allow us to connect the dots:
The Broncos have already been linked to Revis several times this...
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Vic Lombardi of CBS4 reports that the Denver Broncos are expected to approach DE Elvis Dumervil regarding a pay cut that would reduce his $12 million salary for the 2013 season.
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports adds that there’s a chance that this “situation could end up with his release.“
Dumervil, 29, has yet to meet with the Broncos regarding this matter. He has base...
A person familiar with the situation says the Denver Broncos were forced to cut defensive lineman Elvis Dumervil after a delay in getting paperwork completed on a new contract that both parties had agreed to.
The person who spoke to The Associated Press on Friday did not want to be identified because the negotiations were not public.
The Broncos, who wanted Dumervil to take a pay...
Typically, when players want to do something as bold as tell the world their team is going to win the next Super Bowl, they do it in a way calculated to get the most immediate exposure. For example, last year the Panthers Ryan Kalil took out a full-page newspaper ad to proclaim the Panthers would soon be champs.
Von Miller goes about things a little differently. Why bother paying...
Von Miller is pulling a Joe Namath and it's only March. Denver's star pass-rusher is already guaranteeing a Super Bowl title for the Broncos next season.
The rules say someone's gotta go
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