Every year, franchises receive a huge influx of talent. Whether it’s through the draft or free agency, you can expect roughly half of a NFL team’s 90-man training camp roster to be composed of new blood.

Consequently, that means there’s going to be an outflux of talent, too.

NFL rosters turn over faster than any other sport, and guys who held prominent roles the year before could suddenly be riding the pine or off the team entirely.

With the majority of free agency now over, and with all of Denver’s draft selections in the building, let’s take a look at which veterans could be in danger of losing their job. For some, that may simply mean a demotion. For others, it means turn in your iPad and call your agent.

In no particular order, here are five Broncos whose jobs could be in jeopardy.

Britton Colquitt

Denver Broncos' secret weapon

Experience: 6 Years     Cap Hit: $4 million

2015 Season: 43.6 yards/punt; 22 inside 20; 5 touchbacks

There’s a reason Britton Colquitt is the second-highest-paid punter in the league; he’s good. And while he may have had the worst regular season of his career, he was nails in the postseason, and with a Super Bowl ring on his finger, that’s all that matters.

That said, I’d be shocked if he’s still on the team come Week 1.

The Broncos didn’t just bring in a punter to compete this offseason; they drafted a punter to compete this offseason. Not only does that mean John Elway likes the kid, but it means that he liked him so much that he wasn’t willing to risk him signing with another franchise as an undrafted free agent.

With $4 million on the books for next season, the only way Colquitt makes the final roster is if he takes a significant pay cut (not impossible) or Riley Dixon completely craps the bed in training camp.