Super Bowl Players In Contract Years

On Sunday, we learned the potential fates of two upcoming free agents who appeared in the Super Bowl, as both the Broncos and Panthers intend to use the franchise tag on linebacker Von Miller and cornerback Josh Norman, respectively. While Miller and Norman were the most high-profile pending FAs playing in last night’s contest — they ranked first and fifth, respectively, in our most recent 2016 free agent power rankings — they aren’t the only players headed for the open market. Von Miller (featured)

Denver has a whopping 25 players set to hit free agency (nearly half its roster), while Carolina figures to have a bit less turnover, as it has only 16 pending free agents. The entire list for both clubs is below, with restricted free agents (RFA) and exclusive rights agents (ERFA) included (those labels are explained here).

Carolina Panthers

Denver Broncos

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  1. Repentless

    Only 10 of those FA’s from the Denver Broncos are must haves. Starting with Von Miller, Trevathan, Jackson, Keo and Bruton. Osweiler is important but there are good Qb’s availible out there in FA……just my thoughts.

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    • AshtonLover

      You make signing ten players in the nfl sound easy. Sorry to burst your bubble, but “only 10 players” is a lot. Especially since they are some key players on there that will cost a pretty penny.

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  2. AshtonLover

    You make signing ten players in the NFL sound easy. Sorry to burst your bubble, but “only 10” is a lot. Especially since some of those guys will cost a pretty penny. Then your talking about spending more money on a free agent QB. Come on man there is a cap in football.

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