The Denver Broncos have been spiraling downward over the last two seasons so it should come as no surprise that the 2019 edition of the team is going to look very different than it did a year ago.

No matter how you slice it, football is a business and every NFL team is in a constant state of change from year to year. It's impossible for a team to retain every player they might like to because of salary cap restrictions. That means cutting some loose and signing newer cheaper players and trying to put together a winning team with the money they have to work with.

The Broncos have a new coaching staff led by former Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio and a team that will definitely have a different look in 2019 and hopefully more wins to go with it.

The NFL's new league year starts March 13, which means all the deals that have been agreed to could still fall through. But, at this point, here's what has happened to the Denver Broncos roster so far. Do any of these moves make you want to do a flip?

  • Traded quarterback Case Keenum to Washington
  • Acquired quarterback Joe Flacco from Baltimore
  • Picked up the option for wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders
  •  Picked up the option on defensive lineman Derek Wolfe
  •  Converted defensive back Brendan Langley to wide receiver
  • Lost center Matt Paradis who signed with Carolina
  • Lost defensive back Bradley Roby who signed with Houston
  • Lost offensive lineman Billy Turned signed with Green Bay
  • Tendered defensive lineman Shelby Harris (Broncos can match any offer)
  • Picked up the option on defensive back Chris Harris
  • Did not sign linebacker Brandon Marshall
  • Did not sign defensive lineman Domato Peko
  • Released defensive back Darian Stewart
  • Signed defensive back Kareem Jackson (Houston)
  • Signed offensive tackle Ja'Waun James (Miami)
  • Signed long snapper Casey Kreiter

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