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DeMarcus Ware is scheduled to visit the Denver Broncos at their team facility Wednesday and, given John Elway's record sealing the deal with free agents, the former Cowboys pass rusher could be sticking around.
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Dec 15, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Ware in action against the Green Bay Packers at AT&T Stadium.
Things are moving quickly now that the 2014 NFL free agency period is less than 24 hours away.
With Tuesday marking the official opening of 2014 NFL Free Agency, we take a look at the defense and try to identify some reasonable targets out there for the Packers to investigate.
The Tennessee Titans need to make some upgrades on the front seven, and it's honestly the perfect time for the Titans to need another defensive end and significant linebacker help, as the Titans are gearing up for their first year with Ray Horton as the defensive coordinator.
The AFC West produced three playoff teams and the eventual AFC title winner in the Denver Broncos , so it should come as no surprise that many top free agents come from the division.
With the countdown to free agency in its final stages, it's time to take a look at the Denver Broncos ' top needs in the open market.
According to USA Today the 2014 Salary Cap will be around 130 million per team. This is an increase of about 7 million per team from 2013 when the cap was 123 million.
Just Blog Baby will be covering every minute of the 2014 NFL Free Agency frenzy this March.
Not every need can be met via the draft. So what's a team to do? Thankfully, the free agency period will be here soon.
Not with his arm or legs, as he used to, but through his offseason transactions as the Broncos' general manager.
It sounds good in theory. An NFL player completes four seasons, his contract expires, and he steps into a career opportunity: auctioning his talent to the highest bidder.