Based on cap savings which looks are 2023 cap hit and dead money, who are the most likely 2022 Broncos to become cap casualties.
The Denver Broncos just had too many dudes and not enough salary cap space. They couldn’t risk losing a rare inside pass rush talent like Dre’Mont Jones either.
A GM’s job is to supply the best roster possible- both today and a year or two from now. So how is George Paton doing at that?
The Denver Broncos free up more cap space by reworking Courtland Sutton’s contract to add nearly eight million in cap space for 2022.
Could we see a big move coming?
This post contains basic arithmetic and some potentially educational stuff which some people may find boring and pedantic. As for the arithmetic, for the most part I will be rounding numbers to the nearest $1000.
The Denver Broncos are still in prime position with plenty of salary cap space to make some additional moves or, dare I say, blockbuster trades before Week 1.
The Denver Broncos now have the fifth most salary cap space in the NFL after releasing veteran DL Jurrell Casey on Thursday.
The Denver Broncos are rolling over cap as they gear up for free agency in March. The $17.788 million will be added to their overall cap room.
I spoke with Over the Cap’s Nick Korte to pick his brain on 2021, Justin Simmons, and Elway’s negotiations.
You don’t win many contests with one hand tied behind your back. The Denver Broncos have a lot of injuries.
With $29.5M in salary cap space, the Denver Broncos currently hold the fourth most available cap in the NFL right now.
Justin Simmons will be playing under a 1 year Franchise Tag. Did the Denver Broncos make a huge mistake?
The NFL could see their salary cap drop upwards of $70M next year, which would put nearly all teams over the cap by big numbers.
With so many offensive players under rookie contracts, the Denver Broncos have been able to stack their defense with veteran talent.
The Denver Broncos would be wise to pick up the contact option on Garett Bolles even if the fourth-year player doesn’t deserve it.
The Denver Broncos have freed up some salary cap by restructuring Byrce Callahan’s deal. Here are the details of that agreement.
The Denver Broncos have made some moves to start free agency. Let’s take a look at what their estimate salary cap is right now.
Three veterans look poised to return in 2020. The Denver Broncos have picked up the options for all three, but declined the option for Ron Leary.
The Denver Broncos intend to wait until after the 2020 NFL Draft on a decision over Garett Bolles’ future in Denver.
The Denver Broncos have decided to pick up the contract options for both Brandon McManus and Todd Davis, but not the one for Ronald Leary.
The Denver Broncos head into the offseason with the eighth most salary cap space in the NFL and that figure could rise in the coming weeks.
John Elway confirmed that the Denver Broncos plan to pick up the contract option for Von Miller in 2020. He’ll remain a Bronco.
The Denver Broncos have the cap space to extend some key players beyond 2019. Here are three players they should begin negotiations with immediately.
The Denver Broncos will have nearly $20 million in cap space after accounting for Joe Flacco’s contract. Not a bad start.
I'll start by giving credit to my sources. Most of my cap and contract information comes from Spotrac, but the estimates for the price of RFA tenders come from OTC.
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