The Cowboys have quickly replaced DeMarcus Ware with former Jaguars and Broncos DE Jeremy Mincey.
According to Alex Marvez, Mincey signed for two years and $4.5M, including $2M guaranteed.
Adam Schefter is reporting that the Broncos and DE-OLB DeMarcus Ware have agreed to a three-year, $30 million contract, with $20 million guaranteed.
This sounds like another good deal for the Broncos, but we'll see how the particulars break out.
Schefter is reporting that Ware will make $13 million this year, which makes the backside of the deal sound pretty palatable.
According to Mike Freeman, DeMarcus Ware's visit to Dove Valley is something of a formality, writing that the Cowboys' all-time leading sack man "won't leave without" a contract.
Happy Wednesday, friends. Today I have a serving for you about the beginning of the annual free agency shopping spree. Coming off a Super Bowl loss, the Broncos are reloading in a resounding manner, and it obviously deserves some analysis.
Beyond the big early names, I also have ideas on some second-wave bargain shopping that I think the Broncos can do.
I think that the market is about to get much more conservative when it comes to paying veterans, and quality guys are going to be available on the cheap, like Shaun Phillips was last year.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Denver's addition of Aqib Talib has already drummed up some dramatic reactions.
There's talk of injuries, off-field concerns, and of course, that contract.
Regarding the first two, he's either going to play or he isn't, and he'll stay out of trouble or he won't.
Obviously, it would be foolish for anyone to make any predictions or grand proclamations, either way.
According to the Daily News, Eric Decker is visiting with the Jets on Wednesday. Anyone think a reality TV star couple would like to live in the big town? PFT reports that Decker has two more suitors, should the Jets allow him to leave their headquarters.
With the Broncos having agreed to terms with T.J. Ward and Aqib Talib, and also considered the favorites to add DeMarcus Ware, remaining cap space is a natural concern.
But it probably shouldn't be, at least not yet.
Not including the retirement of Chris Kuper, Over the Cap estimated that Denver entered the day with nearly $27.5M in cap space. Once we account for Kuper, that would mean the Broncos had $31.5M with which to play.
This would presumably take them out of the running to re-sign Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie or pursue Darrelle Revis.
We'll be interested to see how much of that $26M is fully guaranteed (our guess is around half).
According to Adam Schefter, the Broncos are the early favorites to sign former Cowboys pass rusher DeMarcus Ware.
Reports from earlier in the day suggested that Jared Allen was overplaying Denver's interest in him.