Denver Broncos: A Position-by-Position Primer to Free Agency

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Denver Broncos: A Position-by-Position Primer to Free Agency
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The Denver Broncos are in a Super Bowl window. The Broncos are competing against the Seattle Seahawks this year, and with the right moves in free agency, they could be back next season.

They've done a good job of assembling talent and working within the confines of the salary cap. Their 2013 free-agent class included gems like Wes Welker, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Louis Vasquez, Shaun Phillips and Terrance Knighton.

The Broncos need to decide which of their own free agents to keep around before they start exploring the open market. Tough decisions will have to be made on the likes of Eric Decker, Knowshon Moreno and others.

John Elway, vice president of football operations, has done a great job of putting this team in position to win now. In order to stay on the winning track, the Broncos need to be wise with the salary-cap room they have in 2014.

Looking into their salary-cap situation, the Broncos will be better off than others. In fact, they could have around $26 million to work with at the start of free agency. This money could quickly evaporate depending on how many and which free agents they sign.

Let’s take a look at the free-agent market. Here we examine both the free agents on the Broncos roster and those on other teams who would be a good fit for the Broncos in 2014.

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