Previewing the Broncos’ Long Offseason

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Dec 28, 2014; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Broncos tight end Julius Thomas (80) before the start of the game against the Oakland Raiders at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Free Agency (Begins March 10)

This is when the real fun begins, Broncos Country.

Free agency is the holiday season of football and John Elway has proven he’s that one kid that almost always gets what he wants.

From Wes Welker, to Aqib Talib, Elway has won the free agency period going away for the past couple of years.

A lot of what Elway decides to do will depend on who he re-signs and who he shows the door to, obviously. Regardless, this might be one of the best and deepest free agency classes in recent memory. Here’s a list of the upcoming free agents made up by Alessandro Miglio of Bleacher Report, it’s worth taking a look at.

Elway won’t have a whole lot of cash to spend after re-signing the likes of Demaryius Thomas and Co., but anything is possible. Last offseason proved that, if anything.

All things considered, Broncos Country should remain optimistic as Elway has done whatever it takes to construct a winner, while building for the future in the process. Expect another fun offseason when it comes to free agency.