Keep tabs on who the Broncos have interest in as Free Agency approaches.
The Green Bay Packers suffered their biggest loss of the offseason, with Pro Bowl guard T.J. Lang joining the rival Lions. Lang signed a three-year deal worth more than $9 million per season.
Although the Broncos added a top-shelf offensive guard, they missed the boat on tackles on day one of NFL free agency. Chad Jensen analyzes Denver's remaining options.
Guards have received big paydays this offseason and T.J. Lang is sure to get one, too. But who will give it to him is the question that will be determined in the next day or so.
We're keeping our ears to the floor, cultivating sources around the league to bring you the inside scoop on what the Broncos are doing in free agency.
Chad Jensen and Luc Polglaze sift through all the buzz and info gleaned from the opening of the NFL's 'legal tampering' period leading up to free agency. Who do the Broncos like? And what will John Elway do?
If the Green Bay Packers lose T.J. Lang in free agency, they might be forced to use an early pick on his replacement.
Erick Trickel has gleaned some inside information from his sources about the Broncos offensive line situation and what the team plans to do in free agency.