Walker registered 33 tackles and two sacks in a jack-of-all-trades role in 2015, but didn't join Denver's sack parade in the playoffs.More of a run stuffer than pass rusher, don't expect Walker to recreate Jackson's production should he manage to hold onto the starting job.

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With it doubtful that the team will have the money to keep all four, Stewart is unlikely to be a factor in the Broncos' future.

Malik Jackson bolted from Denver to Jacksonville, The Denver Post reports.

Jackson's payday leaves Walker as the most likely starter opposite Derek Wolfe on Denver's front.

Stewart tallied 63 tackles, a forced fumble, two fumble recoveries, a pick and 10 passes defended in 2015.

He added 11 tackles, a sack, a forced fumble, an interception and three passes defended in the playoffs.

Playing a jack-of-all-trades role, Stewart ranked third on the team in tackles while making his presence felt in the passing game.

A huge interception in the AFC Championship Game and forced fumble in Super Bowl 50 set a favorable tone for this offseason's contract negotiations, but those negotiations will likely conclude with a move to a different city.

Quarterbacks · Running Backs · Fullbacks · Wide Receivers · Tight Ends · Centers · Guards · Tackles · Kickers · Defensive Backs · Defensive Ends · Defensive Tackles · Nose Tackles · Linebackers · Punters Talib (leg) "should be" ready to return for the Broncos' training camp, The Denver Post reports.

Talib, who suffered a gunshot wound to the leg last month, recently said he's back to running and "feels great" as training camp approaches.

Despite his positive self-report, Talib could still start camp on the Broncos' PUP list until he's determined to be 100 percent, but more should be known once he reports and can be evaluated by the team.

In any case, it appears Talib should at least be ready for the beginning of the regular season, representing a relief for Denver's defense.