Denver likely wrapped up their big free agent acquisitions on Tuesday night when they signed Ty Warren.
That move completed a flurry of transactions that included the additions of Brodrick Bunkley, Derrick Harvey, Willis McGahee, David Anderson, Donte Rosario, Daniel Fells, Jeremy Jarmon, and the re-signing of Marcus Thomas.
“For the most part, the Broncos are done,” Mike Klis of the Denver Post writes before pointing out every team will do minor tinkering. “The Broncos want to spend the next week evaluating what they have and will make adjustments from there.”
One reason the Broncos went for volume of signings over big names: They now plan to fit Kyle Orton into their salary cap structure.
“Kyle Orton is not going to be traded,” ESPN’s Adam Schefter declared on Sportscenter Wednesday. “Kyle Orton is not going to be a Miami Dolphin this season.”
Well, then. That would certainly make plenty of Broncos happy.