Broncos sign Talib, Ware

The Broncos have made two major splashes in free agency, signing former Patriots cornerback Aqib Talib to a six-year, $57 million deal that includes $26 million in guaranteed money, and giving former Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Ware a three-year, $30 million deal with $20 million guaranteed. The oft-injured Talib was one of the few bright spots on an inconsistent Patriots defense last season, and though he was knocked out of the AFC Championship Game against the Broncos by a hard hit from Wes Welker, he appears not to hold any lingering resentment. Ware's six sacks in 2013 were the lowest single-season total of his career, but evidently, the Broncos think he'll rebound outside of Dallas.

Which player is a more significant addition to the Broncos?

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  • Is Aqib Talib still an elite cornerback?

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  • Is DeMarcus Ware still an elite defensive end?

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  • What do you make of Aqib Talib's six-year, $57 million contract ($26 million guaranteed) with the Broncos?

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  • How many games will Aqib Talib start this season?

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  • How will the Broncos fare this season?

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  • What kind of defense will the Broncos have with Aqib Talib and DeMarcus Ware?

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