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“We’re going to tag [Ryan Clady],” Denver Broncos executive John Elway has told the Denver Post’s Mike Klis.
Tagging Clady will use about $9.66 million of the team’s $120 million salary cap. For more on Denver’s salary cap situation, go here.
The ‘Post also expects veteran Brandon Stokley to return to the tune of a one-year, $925,000 deal.
According to PFF, rookie Derek Wolfe was much more effective against the run than against the pass last season, earning a +10.3 grade as a run-stuffer.
Did you even notice rookie long snapper Aaron Brewer last season? Probably not, and that means he’s doing a great job.
Here’s a short board of draft prospects for the Broncos, hosted over at MHR.