Prior to the start of the new league year, it was reported that the Broncos would aggressively pursue a free agent center, possibly Rodney Hudson or Stefen Wisniewski. But Hudson got a megadeal to replace Wisniewski in Oakland, and Denver hasn't yet made a move at the position.
2014 starter Will Montgomery remains unsigned, while Gary Kubiak has mentioned 2014 sixth-rounder (and practice squadder) Matt Paradis and newly added guard Shelley Smith as options, along with several veteran free agents.
Otherwise, the center market has been pretty quiet for the past couple of weeks. But a couple items of note have now popped up.
Chris Myers, who played under Kubiak for one year in Denver and six more in Houston, is visiting with Seattle on Monday, according to PFT. The Seahawks have a vacancy at center after they sent Max Unger to New Orleans in the Jimmy Graham deal. Myers, who was released by Houston earlier in the month, will turn 34 in September, so wouldn't figure to be a long-term solution anywhere.
Meanwhile, the lack of action on Wisniewski became far more understandable with news that he underwent surgery to repair a torn shoulder labrum sometime after the season ended. According to Brad Biggs, Wisniewski is seeking a $4M annually on a multiyear deal, but may have to settle instead for a short "prove it" contract.
In addition to Myers, Wisniewski, and Montgomery, Denver has been linked to Samson Satele and Scott Wells in speculation.