This series focuses on Denver Broncos whose multi-year deals are nearing the end, key players who were signed to one-year deals, and those playing under restricted free-agent tenders. They're all players eligible for unrestricted free agency in 2022, unless signed to extensions. The next in this series focuses on linebacker Josey Jewell, a reliable player who started all 16 games in 2020, but does that mean he'll be back with the Broncos after this year?
When the Broncos convene for training camp next month, coach Vic Fangio’s mandate will be to give Lock and Teddy Bridgewater an even playing field to determine who starts Sept. at the New York Giants. During the second minicamp practice at the Broncos’ broiling facility on Wednesday, the work was again divided evenly — 29 snaps apiece in team work.
Former Ohio State defensive end has officially signed his four-year rookie contract with the Denver Broncos.