The Broncos brought back their long snapper at a deal that provides on-field security and some off-field, immediate cap relief.
It takes a team to win -- and as members of that team flourish, keeping as much of it together as is possible under a salary cap takes some work.
The Broncos have announced that Peyton Manning will be back in a Broncos uniform for his 18th NFL season.
The Broncos don't have a pressing need at running back, but it would come as no surprise if they add a back to their stable on the draft's third day.
Will Montgomery and Orlando Franklin were 40 percent of the Broncos' starting OL by the end of the 2014 season, and both are set to hit the market next week.
As teams make moves to create salary-cap room, the offseason market takes on a different form with additional players available.
The former Cornhuskers standout has the preternatural ability to see openings as they are formed, allowing him to play faster than his timed speed.
Nate Irving is the Broncos' only unrestricted free agent at linebacker, an area at which the Broncos could seek to augment their depth.
The Broncos' special-teams captain lamented the business of this side of the offseason, but is excited about the new coaches.