As the Broncos convert to a 3-4 alignment, there are plenty of defensive linemen available who fit -- but two of their own set to become unrestricted free agents.
With nearly a month of work in the books, the field renovation at Sports Authority Field at Mile High is coming along nicely.
Potential rules changes -- including the expansion of plays that coaches like Gary Kubiak can challenge -- are on the docket as the Competition Committee meets.
As teams make moves to create salary-cap room, the offseason market takes on a different form with players like Reggie Bush, A.J. Hawk and Jacoby Jones available.
No position on offense or defense is more fallow than QB, which is why the only two passers in Mase's top 100 are in the bottom quarter of the list.
Demaryius Thomas and Wes Welker are two of the biggest names potentially available, but the Broncos are expected to re-sign or franchise-tag Thomas by Monday, taking a big name off the UFA market.
Von Miller and T.J. Ward discussed the opportunities that the new defensive staff and scheme can bring for them, particularly in regard to aggressiveness and their skill sets.
Questions about the defensive transition, a fan who thinks orange is "cursed," more QB thoughts and plenty of other subjects are in the weekly mailbag.
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