Only Denver's top selection — edge rusher Shane Ray — and tight end Jeff Heuerman — who is expected to land on injured reserve — have not yet officially signed.
The team's second round selection, guard Ty Sambrailo, received a $1.057 million signing bonus, according to KUSA-TV's Mike Klis. Ray's bonus is expected to be worth $4.9 million.
Meanwhile, Demaryius Thomas' franchise tag, worth $12.823 million, will lock in on July 15 if Denver does not reach a long-term deal with him before then. John Elway, Denver's G.M., remains hopeful that a long-term deal will get done, but told ESPN's Jeff Legwold last week that he had no update on the situation.
In October, Spotrac.com projected a five-year, $73,484,671 contract for Thomas, an average of $14,696,934 per season. Thomas made $14,105,500 total during his first five seasons with Denver, per Spotrac.
The NFL's 32 owners will consider four new two-point options when they meet Tuesday and Wednesday in San Francisco (the vote is expected to take place Wednesday). Follow the link for details on those options.
Broncos coach Gary Kubiak is in wait-and-see mode when it comes to potential changes to the NFL's extra-point rule, but he's also ready to adjust his game-day thinking if change does come.
Our deepest sympathies and condolences go out to the family and friends of Adrian.
The Philadelphia medical examiner's office told The Denver Post on Monday that Robinson's death has been ruled suicide. He was 25.
Because the date of the Broncos' preseason-opening game with the Seattle Seahawks has been set -- Friday, Aug. 14 -- you can expect training camp to begin Friday, July 31. Teams cannot begin camp earlier than two weeks before their first preseason game.
Bibbs, a running back, and Barrett, an outside linebacker, were never on the verge of being released last season with all of the injuries Denver endured at their positions. But 2014-15 is behind them. So is another draft class and batch of college free agents. They're not the shiny new toys the Broncos acquired for next-to-nothing anymore.
As we begin our final series of down time this NFL offseason prior to mini camps and training camp, it’s appropriate to take a quick look at the Denver Broncos’ current offensive depth chart as it pertains to the skill positions, maybe a little bit of fantasy football intrigue, and overall just to get excited about the current roster.
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With an old college teammate to face in one-on-one line drills, the former Maryland nose tackle is ready to work for playing time.
A 25-year-old Pueblo man took his fandom for the Broncos to a completely different level — by getting the team’s logo tattooed on his lower lip.
Former Broncos defensive coordinator and new Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio said he believes the Deflategate penalty handed to Tom Brady and the Patriots is an "overreaction," much like the 2010 NCAA sanctions against Reggie Bush and Southern California.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the league and the Patriots are engaged in "back-channel conversations" to determine whether the league and the team can resolve their differences without an appeal or potential litigation.
The San Francisco 49ers announced Monday that DT Justin Smith, a two-time All-Pro and five-time Pro Bowler, will retire from the National Football League.
The Miami Dolphins quarterback signed an extension through the 2020 season, the team announced Monday. The 26-year-old is the first of the big four from the 2012 draft class (Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, Russell Wilson) to solidify a second deal.
Now that Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill has swapped two years at $18.1 million for a six-year, $96 million contract, what does that mean for the other quarterbacks drafted in 2012? Glad you asked.
Not really. They signed a tight end that shares the same name (h/t, Lindsay Jones).
Among the most important takeaways from the Kansas City Chiefs rookie minicamp is that there were no injuries. Chiefs coach Andy Reid spoke to the media after Monday's final practice of the three-day minicamp and applauded the players for staying healthy.
The San Diego Chargers have new owners, and new members of the Spanos family, to complain about after Dean Spanos relinquishes day-to-day control of the team.
Most lists of the league's best players out there won't include any Raiders players on them. But Pro Football Focus, which analyzes every player on a play-by-play basis and assigns a point value, saw one Raiders player who deserves to be named among the league's best players.