Unfortunately, losing players in free agency is part of life doing business in the NFL, but here are five times that it hurt a little more than usual.
Regardless of how shallow the market or great the need, Denver should be applauded for sticking to their evaluations of an and not overpaying for someone.
Does Joe Mixon deserve this second chance? How does this effect the Broncos on the PR side? Nate and Shawn tackle those questions and more.
"He came in here and busted his tail," he said. "He’s going to be a good situational rusher, and he’s also a guy that will play on all four special teams."
The Broncos have lost a lot in terms of leadership over the last couple years. A look at the leaders they have lost and who they can look to in 2017.
"I did [have reservations] at first," Schaffer said. "Then, I had multiple conversations with the young man, and I was very impressed with his character."
Payton knows a thing or two about them quarterbacks. He even knows about Romo, Siemian and Lynch specifically. He offered his two cents to Sean Walsh.
“I’m enjoying it,” Siemian said. “Who knows? That’s the cool thing about March Madness. You see these teams make runs out of nowhere."
“The league is cheap, man," Hillman told Kevin Clark, "and you kind of learn they don’t really take care of you like that.”
Dove Valley...an interesting place for the Denver Broncos to meet a player like Mixon. Doves, of course, are a symbol of peace.