The Denver Broncos have a number of key in-house free agents. We evaluate their potential market value based on age and production.
The Denver Broncos have a number of key in-house free agents heading into the 2019 offseason. In case you missed it, our own Cameron Parker took a look at some of the top names the team could consider re-signing earlier this offseason.
The Broncos enter the 2019 offseason with just under $28 million in cap space factoring in dead money (from previously released or traded players) and the 2019 NFL Draft pool (about $8.5 million).
Considering the number of needs on this team, the Broncos will have to be wise with the way they spend their money this offseason and will probably have to find some ways to create cap space by releasing or trading higher priced players who are perhaps not playing up to their contract or have some value to add elsewhere in the league.
We also took a look at some possible cap casualties on the roster in January.
The Broncos will undoubtedly look into re-signing a number of their own free agents but they will be active on the open market and will have to factor the cost of these in-house players versus the other needs on the roster.
Let’s take a look at the Broncos’ in-house free agents and try to calculate their value in a free agent contract based on age, production, potential, and positional value.