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NoPlayerPosHeightWeightBirthdateExpCollege
20Adams, Mike (FA) FS5-112003/24/198111Delaware
39Anderson, C.J. RB5-82242/10/19912California
28Ball, Montee RB5-1021512/5/19902Wisconsin
31Bolden, Omar SS5-1019512/20/19883Arizona State
43Boyett, John SS5-1020312/20/19891Oregon
55Bradley, Stewart (FA) LB6-425811/2/19838Nebraska
46Brewer, Aaron LS6-52307/5/19903San Diego State
30Bruton, David SS6-22177/23/19876Notre Dame
12Caldwell, Andre WR6-02004/15/19857Florida
28Carter, Quinton SS6-12007/20/19884Oklahoma
32Carter, Tony CB5-91755/24/19866Florida State
51Chaney, Jamar LB6-024210/11/19864Mississippi State
78Clady, Ryan T6-63159/6/19867Boise State
75Clark, Chris T6-530510/1/19856Southern Mississippi
34Cole, Marquice DB5-1019511/1/19836Northwestern
4Colquitt, Britton P6-32053/20/19856Tennessee
71Cornick, Paul T6-63103/15/19891North Dakota State
91Davis, Hall DE6-42703/2/19871Louisiana-Lafayette
81Dreessen, Joel TE6-42457/26/19829Colorado State
2Dysert, Zac QB6-32212/8/19902Miami (Ohio)
71Farrell, Mike T6-63068/23/1989RPenn State
58Fort, L.J. LB6-02301/3/19902Northern Iowa
74Franklin, Orlando T6-732012/16/19874Miami (Fla.)
98Fua, Sione G6-13106/15/19884Stanford
63Garland, Ben DE6-53084/6/19881Air Force
85Green, Virgil TE6-52558/3/19884Nevada
27Hagg, Eric DB6-12059/15/19892Nebraska
70Harewood, Ramon T6-63302/3/19873Morehouse
44Harris, Jerrell LB6-32427/8/19891Alabama
25Harris, Chris CB5-101996/18/19894Kansas
21Hillman, Ronnie RB5-101959/14/19913San Diego State
29Huff, Michael (FA) FS6-02113/6/19839Texas
33Ihenacho, Duke SS6-12076/16/19893San Jose State
56Irving, Nate OLB6-12457/12/19884North Carolina State
97Jackson, Malik DE6-52931/11/19903Tennessee
23Jammer, Quentin (FA) CB6-02046/19/197913Texas
53Johnson, Steven LB6-12373/28/19883Kansas
69Justice, Winston T6-63179/14/19849USC
94Knighton, Terrance DT6-33357/4/19866Temple
87Konz, Jameson TE6-32347/2/19863Kent State
67Koppen, Dan (FA) C6-23009/12/197912Boston College
51Lenon, Paris (FA) MLB6-224011/26/197713Richmond
18Manning, Peyton QB6-52303/24/197617Tennessee
54Marshall, Brandon LB6-12389/10/19892Nevada
47McCray, Lerentee OLB6-32498/26/19902Florida
58Miller, Von OLB6-32503/26/19894Texas A&M
60Miller, Ryan G6-73207/6/19892Colorado
20Mitchell, Charles DB5-112059/13/19892Mississippi State
63Montgomery, Will G6-33042/13/19839Virginia Tech
26Moore, Rahim FS6-11952/11/19904UCLA
49Morrah, Cameron TE6-32513/18/19874California
45Murphy, Jerome DB6-02001/13/19874South Florida
87Norwood, Jordan WR5-11189/29/19862Penn State
17Osweiler, Brock QB6-824011/22/19903Arizona State
70Painter, Vinston T6-630910/11/19891Virginia Tech
10Palmer, Nathan WR5-111984/14/19892Northern Illinois
5Prater, Matt K5-101958/10/19848Central Florida
66Ramirez, Manny C6-33202/13/19838Texas Tech
10Robinson, Gerell WR6-422010/13/19891Arizona State
88Sanders, Emmanuel WR5-111803/17/19875Southern Methodist
69Smith, Quanterus DE6-525511/26/19892Western Kentucky
31Talib, Aqib DB6-12052/13/19867Kansas
84Tamme, Jacob TE6-32303/15/19857Kentucky
88Thomas, Demaryius WR6-322912/25/19875Georgia Tech
80Thomas, Julius TE6-52506/27/19884Portland State
59Trevathan, Danny OLB6-12403/24/19903Kentucky
96Unrein, Mitch DT6-43063/25/19874Wyoming
60Vallos, Steve (FA) C6-331012/28/19837Wake Forest
65Vasquez, Louis G6-53354/11/19876Texas Tech
99Vickerson, Kevin DT6-53281/8/19839Michigan State
43Ward, T.J. DB5-1020012/12/19865Oregon
94Ware, DeMarcus LB6-42587/31/198210Troy
36Webster, Kayvon CB5-111982/1/19912South Florida
83Welker, Wes WR5-91855/1/198111Texas Tech
43Williams, Jerodis RB5-102033/30/1991RFurman
92Williams, Sylvester DT6-231311/21/19882North Carolina
 Wilson, Greg WR6-01859/14/19901Fordham
95Wolfe, Derek DE6-52852/24/19903Cincinnati
79Youboty, John DE6-42582/25/19901Temple
 
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Aqib Talib
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The Broncos gave defensive back Aqib Talib a massive six-year, $57 million contract in free agency, but have an out if things don't go well in the first year. According to USA TODAY Sports, just the first $11.5 million of Talib's contract is fully guaranteed, so the team could get out of the contract with just a $4 million cap hit in 2015.

Talib's deal also includes $13 million in combined base salaries for 2015 and 2016, however they are only guaranteed in the event of injury. He is scheduled to make an extra $500,000 in 2014 if he plays all 16 games, something he has yet to do in his NFL career. 

Vinston Painter
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The Broncos listed defensive tackle Sione Fua (calf), cornerback Quentin Jammer, tight end Joel Dreessen, running back Ronnie Hillman, guard Chris Kuper, offensive tackle Vinston Painter and quarterback Zac Dysert as inactive for the Super Bowl.

With Hillman inactive, rookie C.J. Anderson will serve as the No. 3 running back. Cornerback Marquice Cole replaces Jammer on the active roster.

Demaryius Thomas
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Amid conflicting reports about Demaryius Thomas, the Denver Post reports the star wideout does not have a separated shoulder. ESPN.com reported Thomas is still recovering from the left shoulder injury he suffered in the Super Bowl, but the Post said Thomas was at Duke University on Wednesday working out with Peyton Manning and other teammates.

Orlando Franklin
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Only two of the Broncos' offensive line positions are set, reports the Denver Post. Ryan Clady will start at left tackle, Louis Vasquez at right guard.

Manny Ramirez and Will Montgomery will compete at center, though Denver also could draft a rookie to start, the paper said. Orlando Franklin or Chris Clark will start at right tackle, and left guard will be manned by Ramirez or Franklin.

Duke Ihenacho
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The Broncos tendered exclusive rights deals to cornerback Tony Carter and safety Duke Ihenacho, USA Today reported. Both players proved to be valuable role players for the Broncos.
Charles Mitchell
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The Broncos have signed eight players to reserve-futures contracts. They are linebackers Jerrell Harris and Jamar Chaney, tackle Ramon Harewood, tight ends Jameson Konz and Cameron Morrah, running back Jerodis Williams and defensive backs Charles Mitchell and Jerome Murphy.
Quinton Carter
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The Broncos placed third-year safety Quinton Carter on injured reserve with a knee injury. He also went on IR with a knee problem last year after playing in three games on defense and special teams.

Mike Farrell
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L.J. Fort
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Stewart Bradley
News
Running back Lance Ball and offensive lineman Ryan Lilja, who was attempting a comeback, where the two most notable cuts made by the Broncos on Saturday.

The offensive cuts were as follows: center C.J. Davis, running back Jeremiah Johnson, tight end Jake O'Connell, offensive lineman Philip Blake, tackle Paul Cornick, wide receiver Tavarres King, tackle Vinston Painter, wide receiver Gerell Robinson and wide receiver Lamaar Thomas.

Those on defense waived were end Jeremy Beal, tackle Romney Fuga, tackle Ben Garland, cornerback Aaron Hester, linebacker Damien Holmes, safety Ross Rasner and defensive end John Youboty.

The Broncos also placed linebackers Stewart Bradley and Lerentee McCray, as well as defensive end Quanterus Smith on IR. Star linebacker Von Miller is now on the Reserve/Suspended list.

Montee Ball
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I'd like to extend my best wishes to Knowshon Moreno on reportedly agreeing to terms with the Dolphins on a one-year deal. But it's mainly because a situation that could have been complicated is now pretty crystal clear: Montee Ball is the Broncos' sure-fire running back this season. 

In an upcoming story here on CBSSports.com I wrote about Ball and what was good and bad about his game. While I don't think he's an exceptional, rare running back talent, the fact is that he's a very good back with the most golden of opportunities in the NFL: working alongside Peyton Manning. 

Moreno's 2013 season is the perfect example: Like Ball, he's a good running back but no one will confuse him for Walter Payton. But because he worked in an offense with one of the best quarterbacks in the league and a passing game that featured so many dangerous threats, he overachieved. Ball is now in line for the exact same thing. 

Ball is now in my Top 12 among running backs and figures to be a Top 20 pick (if not Top 15 pick) in drafts this summer. 

Jerodis Williams
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The Broncos have signed eight players to reserve-futures contracts. They are linebackers Jerrell Harris and Jamar Chaney, tackle Ramon Harewood, tight ends Jameson Konz and Cameron Morrah, running back Jerodis Williams and defensive backs Charles Mitchell and Jerome Murphy.
Mitch Unrein
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Several Broncos who were listed as probable on the injury report are active for the Super Bowl, including cornerbacks Tony Carter (shoulder) and Kayvon Webster (thumb), defensive tackles Terrance Knighton (knee) and Mitch Unrein (knee) and kicker Matt Prater (illness). All were able to practice fully last week.
Jordan Norwood
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The Buccaneers signed wideout Jordan Norwood, who was waived by the Browns two days ago. Norwood caught 36 passes for Cleveland over the past two seasons.
Sylvester Williams
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Broncos defensive linemen Shaun Phillips and Sylvester Williams were the only players able to get the quarterback Thursday, in a 27-20 loss to the Chargers in Week 15. Phillips had two tackles to go along with his sack, while, Williams added five stops.

Williams' sack was the first of his career, while Phillips' was his 10th of the season. 

Greg Wilson
News
The Broncos signed receivers Nathan Palmer and Greg Wilson, safety John Boyett, guard Ben Garland, offensive tackle Paul Cornick and defensive ends Hall Davis and John Youboty to reserve/futures contracts.
Jamar Chaney
News
The Broncos have signed eight players to reserve-futures contracts. They are linebackers Jerrell Harris and Jamar Chaney, tackle Ramon Harewood, tight ends Jameson Konz and Cameron Morrah, running back Jerodis Williams and defensive backs Charles Mitchell and Jerome Murphy.
Joel Dreessen
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Broncos tight end Joel Dreessen hopes to play out the final season of his contract with the Broncos next year, but an injury could complicate matters. According to the Denver Post, Dreessen is expected to undergo surgery on his left knee next week, though the extent of the procedure is not yet known.

"We're going through the stages of getting various opinions on what the best course of action is for me to contribute in 2014," Dreessen said.

Dreessen underwent two separate surgeries last offseason and struggled with the knee all season en route to just seven receptions. 

Kevin Vickerson
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Broncos defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson, who finished the season on IR with a hip injury, said he'll be ready for OTAs. Vickerson started the first 11 games and had 22 tackles, a sack and three passes defensed.
Ben Garland
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The Broncos signed receivers Nathan Palmer and Greg Wilson, safety John Boyett, guard Ben Garland, offensive tackle Paul Cornick and defensive ends Hall Davis and John Youboty to reserve/futures contracts.
Danny Trevathan
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The Broncos DST started strong in the Super Bowl but eventually wore down as the unit was repeatedly put in bad positions by Denver's offense. The Broncos got no sacks or turnovers and gave up 341 total yards.

Denver did a nice job bottling up Marshawn Lynch, holding him to 39 yards on 15 carries. It didn't matter as Russell Wilson threw for a pair of touchdowns, Lynch punched in a 1-yard touchdown and Seattle scored on an interception return and kickoff return.

Linebacker Danny Trevathan was one of the few bright spots for Denver. He made a game-high 12 tackles, one for loss.

Hall Davis
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The Broncos signed receivers Nathan Palmer and Greg Wilson, safety John Boyett, guard Ben Garland, offensive tackle Paul Cornick and defensive ends Hall Davis and John Youboty to reserve/futures contracts.
Jerrell Harris
News
The Broncos have signed eight players to reserve-futures contracts. They are linebackers Jerrell Harris and Jamar Chaney, tackle Ramon Harewood, tight ends Jameson Konz and Cameron Morrah, running back Jerodis Williams and defensive backs Charles Mitchell and Jerome Murphy.
John Boyett
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The Broncos signed receivers Nathan Palmer and Greg Wilson, safety John Boyett, guard Ben Garland, offensive tackle Paul Cornick and defensive ends Hall Davis and John Youboty to reserve/futures contracts.
Jerome Murphy
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The Broncos have signed eight players to reserve-futures contracts. They are linebackers Jerrell Harris and Jamar Chaney, tackle Ramon Harewood, tight ends Jameson Konz and Cameron Morrah, running back Jerodis Williams and defensive backs Charles Mitchell and Jerome Murphy.
Will Montgomery
News
The Broncos agreed to a one-year deal with offensive lineman Will Montgomery Tuesday, the team announced.  Montgomery started each game of the last three seasons for the Redskins, primarily at center. 
Brandon Marshall
News
The NFL announced Friday the rosters for the 2014 Pro Bowl, which will be held on Jan. 26 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii. The league will hold a draft on Jan. 22 where Hall of Famers Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders will select their respective squads for the annual all-star game.

Quarterback: Tom Brady, Patriots; Drew Brees, Saints; Peyton Manning, Broncos; Cam Newton, Panthers; Philip Rivers, Chargers; Russell Wilson, Seahawks.

Running back: Jamaal Charles, Chiefs; Matt Forte, Bears; Frank Gore, 49ers; Marshawn Lynch, Seahawks; LeSean McCoy, Eagles; Adrian Peterson, Vikings.

Fullback: Marcel Reece, Raiders; Mike Tolbert, Panthers.

Wide receiver: Antonio Brown, Steelers; Dez Bryant, Cowboys; Josh Gordon, Browns; A.J. Green, Bengals; Andre Johnson, Texans; Calvin Johnson, Lions; Brandon Marshall, Bears; Demaryius Thomas Broncos.

Tight end: Jordan Cameron, Browns; Vernon Davis, 49ers; Jimmy Graham, Saints; Julius Thomas, Broncos.

Guard: Jahri Evans, Saints; Ben Grubbs, Saints; Mike Iupati, 49ers; Logan Mankins, Patriots; Louis Vasquez, Broncos; Marshal Yanda, Ravens.

Center: Ryan Kalil, Panthers; Alex Mack, Browns; Mike Pouncey, Dolphins; Max Unger, Seahawks.
Andre Caldwell
News
The Broncos will sign receiver Andre Caldwell to a two-year deal worth just under $3.5 million, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Tuesday. 

Caldwell had 16 catches for 200 yards and three scores in 2013 -- with 59 yards and two of the touchdowns coming in a Week 15 game when the Broncos were without Wes Welker. Caldwell has never posted more than 450 yards or three touchdowns in any of his six NFL seasons. 

Zac Dysert
News
The Broncos listed defensive tackle Sione Fua (calf), cornerback Quentin Jammer, tight end Joel Dreessen, running back Ronnie Hillman, guard Chris Kuper, offensive tackle Vinston Painter and quarterback Zac Dysert as inactive for the Super Bowl.

With Hillman inactive, rookie C.J. Anderson will serve as the No. 3 running back. Cornerback Marquice Cole replaces Jammer on the active roster.

Brock Osweiler
News
The Broncos fully expect Peyton Manning to be under center in 2014, but they were reassured by what they saw from 23-year-old backup Brock Osweiler. Getting his most extended playing time in the regular-season finale at Oakland, the second-year pro completed 9 of 13 passes for 85 yards.

"I was pleased to see Brock's performances in the preseason get better in each game, and then he played a pretty good second half against Oakland in the last regular season game, and I feel like he's making progress," offensive coordinator Greg Knapp told the team's website.

Coach John Fox said Osweiler is "way further ahead this year than he was a year ago. I think he’s got a comfort level. Of course, the time he spends with Peyton, I think, is a great benefit. But he’s smart, he’s got all the athletic tools and now it’s just a matter of getting opportunities to play the game."

Jacob Tamme
News
The Broncos got several minor offensive contributions in their Super Bowl loss. Tight end Julius Thomas caught four of six targets for 27 yards, and tight end Jacob Tamme had two catches for 9 yards.

Running back Montee Ball was held to 1 yard on six carries, and he caught two balls for 2 yards. Running back C.J. Anderson carried twice for 9 yards and added a 14-yard catch.

Dan Koppen
News
The Broncos put center Dan Koppen on injured reserve, ending his season. Koppen tore his ACL in practice Sunday, and has been replaced by Manny Ramirez.

Cameron Morrah
News
The Broncos have signed eight players to reserve-futures contracts. They are linebackers Jerrell Harris and Jamar Chaney, tackle Ramon Harewood, tight ends Jameson Konz and Cameron Morrah, running back Jerodis Williams and defensive backs Charles Mitchell and Jerome Murphy.
Michael Huff
News
The Broncos ruled the following players inactive for Week 12 in New England: quarterback Zac Dysert, running back Ronnie Hillman, cornerback Champ Bailey, safety Michael Huff, center J.D. Walton, guard Chris Kuper and Julius Thomas.
Mike Adams
News
Several Broncos who were listed as probable are active against the Patriots, including safeties Duke Ihenacho (knee) and Mike Adams (thigh), offensive tackle Winston Justice (finger) and cornerback Kayvon Webster (thumb).
Louis Vasquez
News
Only two of the Broncos' offensive line positions are set, reports the Denver Post. Ryan Clady will start at left tackle, Louis Vasquez at right guard.

Manny Ramirez and Will Montgomery will compete at center, though Denver also could draft a rookie to start, the paper said. Orlando Franklin or Chris Clark will start at right tackle, and left guard will be manned by Ramirez or Franklin.

Lerentee McCray
News
Running back Lance Ball and offensive lineman Ryan Lilja, who was attempting a comeback, where the two most notable cuts made by the Broncos on Saturday.

The offensive cuts were as follows: center C.J. Davis, running back Jeremiah Johnson, tight end Jake O'Connell, offensive lineman Philip Blake, tackle Paul Cornick, wide receiver Tavarres King, tackle Vinston Painter, wide receiver Gerell Robinson and wide receiver Lamaar Thomas.

Those on defense waived were end Jeremy Beal, tackle Romney Fuga, tackle Ben Garland, cornerback Aaron Hester, linebacker Damien Holmes, safety Ross Rasner and defensive end John Youboty.

The Broncos also placed linebackers Stewart Bradley and Lerentee McCray, as well as defensive end Quanterus Smith on IR. Star linebacker Von Miller is now on the Reserve/Suspended list.

Tony Carter
News
The Broncos tendered exclusive rights deals to cornerback Tony Carter and safety Duke Ihenacho, USA Today reported. Both players proved to be valuable role players for the Broncos.
C.J. Anderson
News
The Broncos plan to let Knowshon Moreno leave as a free agent this offseason and go with their young running backs in Montee Ball and C.J. Anderson, reports the Denver Post.

The report says about Moreno "the Broncos appear willing to let him go in exchange for pushing second-year backs Ball and Anderson up a notch." And Ronnie Hillman will get a chance to help out as well.

The main benefactor is Ball, and the report says the "Broncos want to give Ball the first chance at becoming their No. 1 running back in 2014."

Anderson will be No. 2, and Hillman will work into the rotation as well. The Broncos will also look to bring in a veteran, and the report says free agent options include Darren McFadden, Donald Brown and James Starks.

Jameson Konz
News
The Broncos have signed eight players to reserve-futures contracts. They are linebackers Jerrell Harris and Jamar Chaney, tackle Ramon Harewood, tight ends Jameson Konz and Cameron Morrah, running back Jerodis Williams and defensive backs Charles Mitchell and Jerome Murphy.
Chris Harris
News
Broncos cornerback Chris Harris signed his restricted free agent tender of nearly $2.2 million for 2014, reports USA Today. Harris is coming back from a torn ACL he suffered during the playoffs and might not be ready for training camp.
Injury
Knee - Questionable for start of training camp
Nathan Palmer
News
The Broncos signed receivers Nathan Palmer and Greg Wilson, safety John Boyett, guard Ben Garland, offensive tackle Paul Cornick and defensive ends Hall Davis and John Youboty to reserve/futures contracts.
Matt Prater
News
Several Broncos who were listed as probable on the injury report are active for the Super Bowl, including cornerbacks Tony Carter (shoulder) and Kayvon Webster (thumb), defensive tackles Terrance Knighton (knee) and Mitch Unrein (knee) and kicker Matt Prater (illness). All were able to practice fully last week.
Winston Justice
News
The Broncos re-signed reserve offensive tackle Winston Justice to a one-year deal.
Marquice Cole
News
The Broncos listed defensive tackle Sione Fua (calf), cornerback Quentin Jammer, tight end Joel Dreessen, running back Ronnie Hillman, guard Chris Kuper, offensive tackle Vinston Painter and quarterback Zac Dysert as inactive for the Super Bowl.

With Hillman inactive, rookie C.J. Anderson will serve as the No. 3 running back. Cornerback Marquice Cole replaces Jammer on the active roster.

Peyton Manning
News
Now that Peyton Manning has been officially cleared for the 2014 season, the Broncos could look to restructure his contract, reports ProFootballTalk.com. Manning will count $17.5 million against the cap this year, and the team could create more than $9 million in cap space by converting $14 million of his salary to a signing bonus.

That would enable Denver to be more active in free agency this month. But it would boost Manning's 2015 and 2016 cap numbers to a whopping $26 million. The report said the Broncos have yet to approach Manning about reworking his deal.

Wes Welker
News
General manager John Elway "insinuated that the Broncos are eyeing an extension or re-signing Wes Welker after his original two-year, $12 million deal expires," reports the Boston Globe. The report counters speculation Denver might be tempted to part with the 32-year-old receiver, who'll count $8 million against the cap this season.
Julius Thomas
News
The Broncos got several minor offensive contributions in their Super Bowl loss. Tight end Julius Thomas caught four of six targets for 27 yards, and tight end Jacob Tamme had two catches for 9 yards.

Running back Montee Ball was held to 1 yard on six carries, and he caught two balls for 2 yards. Running back C.J. Anderson carried twice for 9 yards and added a 14-yard catch.

Eric Hagg
News
The Browns have waived safety Eric Hagg.
Omar Bolden
News
The Broncos defense is mostly in good shape health-wise, with just two injured players unable to take the field in Week 15 against the Chargers. Among those listed on the injury report, defensive lineman Malik Jackson and defensive backs Omar Bolden (shoulder), David Bruton (shoulder) and Mike Adams (thumb) are all active for Thursday's game. 
Nate Irving
News
Broncos LB Nate Irving is questionable to return Week 14 against the Titans. 

Irving suffered a concussion, and is being evaluated. He made a tackle on the first play of the game, and has not recorded any stats since the opening kickoff. 

Sione Fua
News
The Broncos listed defensive tackle Sione Fua (calf), cornerback Quentin Jammer, tight end Joel Dreessen, running back Ronnie Hillman, guard Chris Kuper, offensive tackle Vinston Painter and quarterback Zac Dysert as inactive for the Super Bowl.

With Hillman inactive, rookie C.J. Anderson will serve as the No. 3 running back. Cornerback Marquice Cole replaces Jammer on the active roster.

Aaron Brewer
News
Four Broncos who were listed as probable are active for Monday night's game against the Raiders. They are safety Omar Bolden (shoulder), linebacker Aaron Brewer (rib), tight end Jacob Tamme (undisclosed) and safety Duke Ihenacho (ankle).
DeMarcus Ware
News
Former Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Ware passed his physical and signed his three-year, $30 million contract with the Broncos, reports the Denver Post.
Manny Ramirez
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Only two of the Broncos' offensive line positions are set, reports the Denver Post. Ryan Clady will start at left tackle, Louis Vasquez at right guard.

Manny Ramirez and Will Montgomery will compete at center, though Denver also could draft a rookie to start, the paper said. Orlando Franklin or Chris Clark will start at right tackle, and left guard will be manned by Ramirez or Franklin.

Chris Clark
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Only two of the Broncos' offensive line positions are set, reports the Denver Post. Ryan Clady will start at left tackle, Louis Vasquez at right guard.

Manny Ramirez and Will Montgomery will compete at center, though Denver also could draft a rookie to start, the paper said. Orlando Franklin or Chris Clark will start at right tackle, and left guard will be manned by Ramirez or Franklin.

John Youboty
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The Broncos signed receivers Nathan Palmer and Greg Wilson, safety John Boyett, guard Ben Garland, offensive tackle Paul Cornick and defensive ends Hall Davis and John Youboty to reserve/futures contracts.
Von Miller
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Broncos linebacker Von Miller says his rehab from a torn ACL is going along well, but that he's in no hurry to get back on the field

"I'm feeling good, I had a schedule that's all I can ask for," Miller told ESPN. "I'm not going to rush it, I've got good training guys with the Broncos, they're going to have me back in time ready to go. With today's medicine and what's going on now like ACL, it's really not as serious as it used to be. I'm 100 percent positive I'll be able to come back not only be the same Von, (but) I got to be better. You come back and be the same guy it's like you go 'it's the same Von again' and I got to be better."

David Bruton
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The Broncos defense is mostly in good shape health-wise, with just two injured players unable to take the field in Week 15 against the Chargers. Among those listed on the injury report, defensive lineman Malik Jackson and defensive backs Omar Bolden (shoulder), David Bruton (shoulder) and Mike Adams (thumb) are all active for Thursday's game. 
Ryan Clady
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Only two of the Broncos' offensive line positions are set, reports the Denver Post. Ryan Clady will start at left tackle, Louis Vasquez at right guard.

Manny Ramirez and Will Montgomery will compete at center, though Denver also could draft a rookie to start, the paper said. Orlando Franklin or Chris Clark will start at right tackle, and left guard will be manned by Ramirez or Franklin.

Emmanuel Sanders
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The Broncos signed free agent receiver Emmanuel Sanders in part because of his versatility, general manager John Elway told the Denver Post. "He can play anywhere," Elway said. "He can play inside, he can be outside. He's explosive. Great separation skills. He can do it all."

Sanders joins Demaryius Thomas, Wes Welker and Julius Thomas to give Peyton Manning four high-end targets.

Gerell Robinson
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The Broncos signed receiver Gerell Robinson, reports the National Football Post.
Paul Cornick
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The Broncos signed receivers Nathan Palmer and Greg Wilson, safety John Boyett, guard Ben Garland, offensive tackle Paul Cornick and defensive ends Hall Davis and John Youboty to reserve/futures contracts.
Steven Johnson
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Malik Jackson
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The Broncos defense is mostly in good shape health-wise, with just two injured players unable to take the field in Week 15 against the Chargers. Among those listed on the injury report, defensive lineman Malik Jackson and defensive backs Omar Bolden (shoulder), David Bruton (shoulder) and Mike Adams (thumb) are all active for Thursday's game. 
Kayvon Webster
News
Several Broncos who were listed as probable on the injury report are active for the Super Bowl, including cornerbacks Tony Carter (shoulder) and Kayvon Webster (thumb), defensive tackles Terrance Knighton (knee) and Mitch Unrein (knee) and kicker Matt Prater (illness). All were able to practice fully last week.
Ronnie Hillman
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The Broncos plan to let Knowshon Moreno leave as a free agent this offseason and go with their young running backs in Montee Ball and C.J. Anderson, reports the Denver Post.

The report says about Moreno "the Broncos appear willing to let him go in exchange for pushing second-year backs Ball and Anderson up a notch." And Ronnie Hillman will get a chance to help out as well.

The main benefactor is Ball, and the report says the "Broncos want to give Ball the first chance at becoming their No. 1 running back in 2014."

Anderson will be No. 2, and Hillman will work into the rotation as well. The Broncos will also look to bring in a veteran, and the report says free agent options include Darren McFadden, Donald Brown and James Starks.

Terrance Knighton
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Broncos defensive tackle Terrance Knighton believes he outperformed his contract in 2013 and wants a new deal, reports Broncos reporter Brandon Krisztal. Knighton, who signed a two-year, $4.5 million contract last offseason, helped Denver improve its run defense dramatically.

The 27-year-old finished with 31 tackles, three sacks, an interception, a fumble recovery and a pass breakup.

Britton Colquitt
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The Broncos signed Britton Colquitt to a three-year extension that makes him the NFL's fifth-highest paid punter, reports the Denver Post. Colquitt is signed through 2016.

Quanterus Smith
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Running back Lance Ball and offensive lineman Ryan Lilja, who was attempting a comeback, where the two most notable cuts made by the Broncos on Saturday.

The offensive cuts were as follows: center C.J. Davis, running back Jeremiah Johnson, tight end Jake O'Connell, offensive lineman Philip Blake, tackle Paul Cornick, wide receiver Tavarres King, tackle Vinston Painter, wide receiver Gerell Robinson and wide receiver Lamaar Thomas.

Those on defense waived were end Jeremy Beal, tackle Romney Fuga, tackle Ben Garland, cornerback Aaron Hester, linebacker Damien Holmes, safety Ross Rasner and defensive end John Youboty.

The Broncos also placed linebackers Stewart Bradley and Lerentee McCray, as well as defensive end Quanterus Smith on IR. Star linebacker Von Miller is now on the Reserve/Suspended list.

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Knee - Questionable for start of training camp
Virgil Green
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All four of Denver's tight ends chipped in during Sunday's win over the Raiders in Week 17.

Julius Thomas led all tight ends with five receptions for 36 yards, averaging 7.2 yards per grab. Jacob Tamme caught three of his four targets for 29 yards while Joel Dreessen caught all three targets for 26 yards. Virgil Green took over in the second half and caught all two of his targeted passes for 15 yards for the Broncos.
Ramon Harewood
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The Baltimore Ravens have waived the following players in order to trim down their camp roster: RB Damien Berry; WR Rashaad Carter; G/T Jack Cornell; LB Bryan Hall; G/T Ramon Harewood; CB Moe Lee; T David Mims; DE Will Pericak; WRs Gerrard Sheppard and Tommy Streeter; and LB Meshak Williams
Derek Wolfe
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Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe, who suffered a seizure in November, said he's finally healthy and ready to resume his career, reports ESPN.com. "I'm ready to go. I'm going to be better than I was," said Wolfe, who has regained 20 of the 30 pounds he lost and is up to 280. 

Doctors believe the seizure stemmed from a spinal cord injury Wolfe suffered in the preseason, the report said. "I had a bruise on my spinal cord," he said. "I thought it was fully healed and I came back a little too soon and I just kept hitting it, kept hitting it, kept hitting it. And it screwed my nervous system up a little bit, just kind of crisscrossed the wires a little bit.

"And really just mentally, it was hard to deal with because I didn't know what was going on and why I was losing weight and all this, and my adrenals weren't functioning right, nothing was really working right and what it came down to was I needed to let it heal, I needed to let myself heal. So, I took about two months and I just did nothing. And I feel better than I've ever felt before."

Ryan Miller
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The Browns' roster stands at 75 players after a flurry of moves Tuesday.

Cleveland was awarded two players on waivers, punter Colton Schmidt from San Francisco and linebacker Paul Hazel from Jacksonville. The Browns also waived linebacker Kendrick Adams, offensive lineman Dominic Alford, wide receiver Dominique Croom, defensive lineman Nicolas Jean-Baptiste, fullback Owen Marecic, offensive lineman Ryan Miller and tight end Travis Tannahill. In addition, the team put running back Montario Hardesty on injured reserve and offensive lineman Chris Faulk on the reserve/non-football injury list.

Steve Vallos
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Most of the Broncos listed as probable are active for the game vs. the Chargers, including cornerback Champ Bailey (shoulder), safety Duke Ihenacho (concussion), offensive tackle Winston Justice (finger), center Steve Vallos (concussion) and cornerback Kayvon Webster (thumb).
Quentin Jammer
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The Broncos listed defensive tackle Sione Fua (calf), cornerback Quentin Jammer, tight end Joel Dreessen, running back Ronnie Hillman, guard Chris Kuper, offensive tackle Vinston Painter and quarterback Zac Dysert as inactive for the Super Bowl.

With Hillman inactive, rookie C.J. Anderson will serve as the No. 3 running back. Cornerback Marquice Cole replaces Jammer on the active roster.

Paris Lenon
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Broncos linebacker Paris Lenon suffered a rib injury in the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl. He's listed as questionable to return.
T.J. Ward
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The Broncos have signed free agent safety T.J. Ward, reports ESPN. The deal is worth an average of $5.5 million a year.

Ward made over 100 tackles in two of his four seasons with the Browns.

Rahim Moore
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Broncos safety Rahim Moore, who underwent leg surgery in November, is almost back to 100 percent, general manager John Elway said. Moore is entering the final year of his contract. He played in 10 games last season, making 44 tackles and two interceptions.