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President of Football Operations/GM John Elway talks about the offseason moves the Broncos made and how his staff is preparing for the draft at the end of April.
The newest member of the Broncos' offensive line, Graham Glasogow talks about what he saw from Denver last season that made the team attractive in free agency.
The Broncos are adding a whole lot of toughness after signing former Lions offensive lineman Graham Glasgow. Video courtesy of the Detroit Lions.
This is a one-stop summary of the Broncos' moves since free agency began, including trades and other reported transactions, as well as updates on the Broncos' free agents who have found new homes.
"I'm confident no matter how it shakes out, he can play center or guard equally well," Fangio said of Glasgow.
Elway addressed the team's moves that include the addition of Jurrell Casey, A.J. Bouye, Melvin Gordon and Graham Glasgow.
"I'm very happy I ended up here," Glasgow said of signing with the Broncos.
In this edition of our mailbag, Aric DiLalla answers questions about the first wave of free agency.
These are our favorite articles, videos and galleries that chronicled a very eventful week in Broncos Country as free agency began.
As the dust settles on this first wave of free agency, here's a glimpse at how NFL analysts have reacted to the Broncos' reported moves.
In the span of just a few days, the outlook of the Broncos' roster has changed.
Glasgow may not be spiking the ball much in Denver, but he would make an immediate impact in the interior of the Broncos' offensive line.
A look through the football career of Graham Glasgow, who reportedly agreed to terms with the Broncos as a free agent.