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Broncos Free Agency Tracker: Signings, Departures, Trades & More

Here's your one-stop-shop for keeping up with every move the Denver Broncos make as free agency kicks off.
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The NFL's legal tampering window opened up on Monday, and like a bomb, the news wire exploded. After making a handful of big roster moves, including multiple high-profile cuts, a trade, and a restructure, the Denver Broncos created some breathing room on the salary cap.

Today, we're listing all of Denver's free-agent comings and goings — the departures, acquisitions, trades, and new deals — and we'll update this article in real-time when news breaks on further moves. 

With that said, let's dive in.

Dec 16, 2023; Detroit, Michigan, USA; Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson (3) warms up before a game against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Lon Horwedel-USA TODAY Sports
Miami Dolphins safety Brandon Jones (29) takes on the field prior to the game against the New England Patriots at Hard Rock Stadium.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (10) makes a catch against the Las Vegas Raiders during the fourth quarter at Allegiant Stadium.
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Denver Broncos safety P.J. Locke (6) celebrates his sack against the Cleveland Browns in the fourth quarter at Empower Field at Mile High.

P.J. Locke | S | Two-Year Deal

The Broncos brought Locke back on a two-year deal worth up to $9 million.

Wil Lutz | K | Two-Year Deal

After some conflicting reports, it was revealed that Denver had re-signed the reigning AFC Special Teams Player of the Month of November on a two-year deal. Initial reports had Lutz joining the Jacksonville Jaguars, but he's staying in Denver.

Michael Burton | FB | One-Year Deal

Burton returns to the Broncos after producing a Pro Bowl-caliber 2023 campaign, finishing as an alternate. 

Adam Trautmam | TE | Two-Year Deal

The Broncos re-upped with Trautman, who served as TE1 in 2023. 

Quinn Bailey | OT | One-Year Deal

As a restricted free agent, the Broncos were never going to tender Bailey, even at the lowest level ($3M/year), so they instead negotiated a one-year deal at the veteran minimum to bring him back for depth.

Lil'Jordan Humphrey | WR | One-Year Deal

The Broncos are bringing back Humphrey. A long-time Sean Payton acolyte, Humphrey came up clutch in a few games last year for the passing-game-challenged Broncos. 

Michael Bandy | WR | ERFA

Denver re-signed Bandy, an exclusive rights free agent. 

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