2019 Broncos free agency tracker – Live updates on signings, rumors and more

Welcome to the frenzy and fun of NFL free agency. Throughout the week, the team at Mile High Sports will keep this post updated with the latest news, rumors and confirmed signings.

Tuesday March 12 – 2:25pm

Matt Paradis will not be under center for the Broncos in 2019. One of the highlights of the Broncos offensive line in recent years is headed to Carolina.

Tuesday March 12 – 1:40pm

Former Broncos cornerback Bradley Roby is headed to Houston.

Roby was a first round pick for the Broncos in 2014.

Tuesday March 12 – 9:10am

Billy Turner, who started 11 games for the Broncos in 2018, is signing with the Green Bay Packers.

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the deal is for four years, $28 million, including $11 million in year one.

Monday March 11 – 9:45pm

According to Mike Klis, in addition to signing Ja’Wuan James, the Broncos have restarted talks with center Matt Paradis.

On Tuesday morning, Paradis was on NFL Network’s “Good Morning Football” and said that he wants the dollars of his new deal to reflect how well he’s played.

Monday March 11 – 9:25pm

The Broncos beef up their offensive line by grabbing offensive tackle Ja’Wuan James. The former Dolphin will pick up a hefty paycheck according to Adam Schefter.

Monday March 11 – 7:30pm

The Broncos were in search of help for the secondary and they may have found it in free agency. Troy Renck says the Broncos have made a signing to go with Chris Harris Jr. Despite a poor performance in the postseason, Kareem Jackson earned an impressive 79.5 overall grade across 1,055 defensive snaps in the regular season.

Monday March 11 – 10:25am

As John Elway said in his press conference at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis last month, the team has exercised the 2019 option on Emmanuel Sanders’ contract. This news comes on the heels of Sanders announcing on Twitter that he is “ahead of schedule” on the recovery from his achilles injury.

Once the news was official, Sanders reacted on Twitter:

Monday March 11 – 9:00am

After being released last week by Jacksonville, former Broncos Malik Jackson has reportedly agreed to a three-year, $10 million deal with the Eagles. According to Mike Klis, the Broncos had expressed interest in Jackson after his release.

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