The 2012 NFL Draft is a little over three weeks away from taking place, and many teams are certainly all-in with draft preparations, but the Denver Broncos are certainly looking to see if they want to sign any guys who are willing to play for the league minimum, according to general manager Brian Xanders (via CBS Sports):
GM Brian Xanders told KKFN-FM 104.3 in Denver that the Broncos are focused on draft preparation, but haven't shut the door on free agency and are still fielding calls from free agents inquiring about playing for league-minimum salaries. "We're not done yet," Xanders said. "It's been a very busy time."
As the Denver Post's Jeff Legwold points out on Monday, the team has spent most of its cap space with the addition of Peyton Manning, safety Mike Adams and tight ends Joel Dreessen and Jacob Tamme.
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