Denver Broncos: Team Tenders Ten Players
The Denver Broncos have begun their new league year by offering ten players tenders for the 2017 season, including Brandon McManus and Todd Davis.
When 12 PM EST hit, the Denver Broncos got to work right away.
They have not worked on any unrestricted free agents yet. However, they made sure they took care of some of the members of their roster.
The team has announced that they have signed ten players, either restricted free agents or exclusive right free agents, to tenders.
The notable names include restricted free agents Brandon McManus and Todd Davis.
McManus and Davis were offered second round tenders.
Both players got a pretty hefty tender. If any team decides to extend an offer to McManus or Davis, and the Broncos do not match it, that team would give the Broncos a second round draft pick.
I will say that tendering that to Brandon McManus makes sense, but Todd Davis I am a bit on the fence for. But we know John Elway wants to keep as much of this defense in tact.
The Denver Broncos have also offered eight Exclusive Right Free Agents tenders on Tuesday.
Some of the key names include Matt Paradis, Shaquil Barrett, Kapri Bibbs, Bennie Fowler, and Jordan Taylor.
There was no surprise that the Denver Broncos would look to retain the majority of these RFA’s and ERFA’s. It is quite a talented cast of players that would not break the bank.
Only Sam Brenner (RFA) was not offered a tender, therefore will become a unrestricted free agent.
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With the majority of these free agents returning, the Denver Broncos can set their sights on some unrestricted free agents.
The team is not allowed to sign UFA’s from other teams until Thursday. However, they can begin talking to them and come to agreement to a deal.