The Denver Broncos have been rather silent so far in free agency as they wait on word from Peyton Manning.
With needs to fill and money to spend -- approximately $40 million of cap space -- they've pretty much taken a wait-and-see approach as their top prize weighs his options.
The competition for Manning has only intensified in recent days as Arizona, Miami and Tennessee have all expressed interest in the only four-time NFL MVP in league history. Manning spent Wednesday in meetings with Titans executives.
And while other teams are making moves to bolster their rosters, the Broncos are biding their time.
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