It’s generally believed that the modus operandi of John Elway is to fill as many immediate needs as possible in free agency, thus freeing up the Broncos to take a best player available approach to the draft. I do feel that Elway has pretty much accomplished the first goal, and that he’ll more or less stick to the second goal. However, I think it would be worth looking at where the Broncos’ roster could stand come the 2019 offseason. Come then, I could foresee many positions that, while not a need now, have a chance to be at that time. Continue reading What Could 2019 Tell Us About The Broncos’ 2018 NFL Draft?
Marquette King took less to punt for Broncos. His contract: 2 yrs, $4 mil w/option for 3 yrs, $6 mil. 2018: $500K SB (full gua), $1.5M salary. 2019: $2M sal (not gua); 2020: $2M early-trigger option, March '19). If 1st-team All Pro, 2020 salary escalates from $2M to $3M. #9sports
— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) April 6, 2018
Beyond the fold, here is what King’s contract table may look like: Continue reading Marquette King Contract Details