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2022 Denver Broncos free agency tracker

Since the NFL's modern free agency rules began in 1993, the Broncos have landed key classes of free agents that helped power three championship teams, and several other successful squads. Take a look back on some of the most memorable with this overview, sorted chronologically.

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Trade acquisitionsPrevious team
QB Russell WilsonSeattleBroncos trade for nine-time Pro Bowl QB
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Reported free-agent additionsPrevious team
DT D.J. JonesSan FranciscoReport: Broncos, Jones agree to terms
EDGE Randy GregoryDallasReports: Broncos, Gregory agree to terms
TE Eric TomlinsonBaltimoreReport: Broncos, Tomlinson agree to terms
T Tom ComptonSan FranciscoBroncos sign Compton to one-year deal
QB Josh JohnsonBaltimoreBroncos agree to terms with Johnson on one-year deal
LB Alex SingletonPhiladelphiaBroncos agree to terms with Singleton on one-year deal
S J.R. ReedNew York GiantsBroncos agree to terms with Reed on one-year deal
CB K'Waun WilliamsSan FranciscoBroncos sign Williams to two-year deal
OL Billy TurnerGreen BayBroncos sign Turner to one-year contract

The new league year is nearly upon us, and when it arrives, so too will the 2022 free-agency period. See below for a summary of the Broncos' free agents and to follow along as we regularly update this page with the team's reported moves, as well as those for players who find new homes.

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Unrestricted free agents2022 team
QB Teddy BridgewaterMiamiReport: Dolphins to sign Bridgewater
ILB Micah KiserLas VegasRaiders sign LB Micah Kiser
CB Nate HairstonMinnesotaVikings sign three, including Hairston
CB Bryce Callahan
T Cameron Fleming
CB Mike Ford
CB Kyle Fuller
RB Melvin Gordon III
S Kareem Jackson
ILB Josey Jewell
ILB Alexander Johnson
C Brett Jones
T Bobby Massie
TE Eric Saubert
DL Shamar Stephen
OLB Stephen Weatherly
ILB Kenny Young
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Exclusive rights free agents
ILB Jonas GriffithBroncos extend tender
S P.J. LockeBroncos extend tender
QB Brett RypienBroncos extend tender
RB Adrian Killins
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Restricted free agents*2022 team
T Calvin AndersonDenverBroncos sign Anderson to one-year contract
TE Andrew BeckDenverBroncos sign Beck to one-year contract
DL DeShawn WilliamsDenverBroncos sign Williams to one-year deal
G Austin SchlottmannMinnesotaVikings agree to terms with Schlottmann
OLB Malik ReedBroncos extend tender
OLB Natrez Patrick
WR Diontae Spencer

*Note: Restricted free agents who do not receive qualifying offers before the start of the 2021 league year (by 2 p.m. MT on March 16) effectively become unrestricted free agents.

When free agency officially begins on March 17, the Broncos will aim to add a new crop of talented players to their roster. The goal every year is to add Pro Bowl caliber players to the roster, and the Broncos have done that often during their free-agent history. Before free agency gets underway, we're taking a look back at the team's previous unrestricted free agent signings — and a few players who were released and chose to call Denver home.

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