The Broncos have signed the rest of their 2011 draft choices today. This morning, they agreed to terms with second-rounder OT Orlando Franklin and third-rounder LB Nate Irving. Franklin, who practiced with the first team already, agreed to a four-year deal worth
$4.35M $4.361M including a $1.68M $1.668M signing bonus. Irving's deal was completed just before practice on Friday.
This afternoon, Adam Schefter reported the Broncos came to terms with Von Miller, and Josina Anderson says it's a 4-year deal worth a fully-guaranteed $21 million. Rahim Moore was next to sign; I'll post his numbers when they come out. Meanwhile, Aaron Wilson updated the numbers on Julius Thomas' deal, which is worth $2.42M with a $384K bonus, and reported that Quinton Carter (the last signee) got a $2.49M deal including $455K guaranteed.
Deals signed yesterday by Mike Mohamed and Virgil Green included $100K and $69K bonuses, respectively.
7:32pm ET - The Nate Irving deal is not quite done yet.
3:39pm ET Friday - John Elway announced via Twitter that Irving has been signed.