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Tracking the latest free agency rumors and signings for the Denver Broncos

We discuss the new era for the Denver Broncos and track their offseason moves ahead of the 2023 season.

Russell Wilson #3 of the Denver Broncos attempts a pass during the fourth quarter against the Los Angeles Chargers at Empower Field At Mile High on January 08, 2023 in Denver, Colorado. Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images

Can you think of a larger coaching turnaround than going from Nathaniel Hackett to Sean Payton? This is what the Denver Broncos have to look forward to in 2023. The front office of the franchise prioritized a big move by bringing in Payton and wants to bounce back from a 5-12 record without having to go through an entire rebuild.

2022 in review

The Broncos finished the season in last place in the AFC West. Quarterback Russell Wilson struggled in his first season with the team throwing for 3,524 yards with 16 touchdowns and 11 interceptions in 15 games. Wilson has long since moved on from his dual-threat ability but still scrambled for an additional 277 yards and three touchdowns. Denver should also get a much-needed boost to the backfield when Javonte Williams returns from his torn ACL.

The Broncos have holes to fill on both sides of the ball in free agency. Safety Kareem Jackson, who played 93.6% of defensive snaps, is set to become a free agent. Linebacker Alex Singleton and interior defensive linemen Dre’Mont Jones and DeShawn Williams also will be hitting free agency. On the offensive side, veteran linemen RT Cameron Fleming and LG Dalton Risner will also leave big holes to fill if they aren't re-signed.

Denver Broncos free agency rumors, signings and losses


  • The Broncos agree to terms with RB Samaje Perine on a two-year deal worth $7.5 million, per Mike Garafolo.
  • QB Jarrett Stidham signing a 2-year, $10M deal with the Broncos — Ian Rapoport
  • OG Ben Powers signing 4-year, $52 million deal with Broncos — Ian Rapoport
  • Former Niners RT Mike McGlinchey inked a 5-year, $87.5 million contract ($50M guaranteed) with the Denver Broncos. — Ian Rapoport
  • The Broncos will sign former Cardinals DL Zach Allen to a 3-year, $45.75 million pact with $32.5 million guaranteed — Adam Schefter


  • The Seahawks are adding former Broncos DL Dre’mont Jones — Ian Rapoport
  • FB/TE Andrew Beck signs two-year deal with Texans worth up to $6.75 million, with $4 million guaranteed — Ian Rapoport
  • The Texans have signed Broncos RB Mike Boone to a contract. Terms TBD — DJ Bien-Aime