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Denver Broncos News: Horse Tracks - looking ahead

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2016 Cap situation

Looking ahead to next year, the Broncos will start off with about 115 million in roster expenditures. With the salary cap at 143.3 million in 2014, expect that number to increase slightly to perhaps 147 million. Add a rollover of maybe 2-3 million after all is said and done and the Broncos are looking to have about 35 million. Assuming this is Manning's last season add an additional 19 million and the Broncos will have closer to 54 million free.

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Horse Tracks

Good time for Broncos to pick up a building block - The Denver Post
Broncos offensive line features opening, questions as draft nears

Kickin' it with Kiz: Broncos' John Elway should just pick the players - The Denver Post
Money talks. That was a great column on Broncos receiver Demaryius Thomas' absence from offseason workouts during his contract dispute.

Hochman vs. Kiszla: Who should the Broncos select first in the draft? - The Denver Post

Kiz: Yes, quarterback Peyton Manning is 39 years old. But this draft should have nothing to do with helping Manning to win the Super Bowl this season.

Mason's Mailbag: Draft draws near

Questions leading into next Thursday's NFL Draft dominate this week's mailbag.

Denver Broncos will take a long look at returners in this draft

The Denver Broncos were one of just four teams in the NFL that didn

Reggie McKenzie has taken calls on Raiders' No. 4 pick - NFL.com
Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie would like you to know that his phone line is open and he's already taken some calls regarding the No. 4 overall pick. Who could he be wheeling and dealing with?