Kendall Langford (Christian Petersen, Getty Images file) Anyone with a pocket full of millions can sign a star player.It’s when the team is on a relatively tight budget that a general manager like John Elway can show why he’s paid the big bucks.Although it appears the most formidable names in Broncos free agency this season will be players leaving Dove Valley, the team is pursuing solid veterans such as defensive lineman Kendall Langford.He played the past four seasons with the St. Louis Rams. Langford, 29, is also scheduled to visit with the New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts.A third-round draft pick out of Hampton University by the Miami Dolphins in 2008, Langford four years later became a prized free agent who signed a four-year, $22 million deal with the Rams. He was paid $16 million through the first three years of that deal before he was released last week.The 6-foot-6, 313-pound Langford is a defensive tackle in the 4-3 but would fit as a five-technique defensive end in the Broncos’ new 3-4 defensive scheme. As for the Broncos’ own free-agent players, most of the bigger names are moving on as expected, although the team is monitoring the market on safety Rahim Moore.Tight end Julius Thomas, though, is working out contract details with the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to an NFL source. The deal is not done, although it may simply be waiting on the market to officially open at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Thomas was expected to get a five-year contract worth close to $9 million per year.Thomas, who caught 24 touchdown passes the previous two seasons for the Broncos, is in position to join former Broncos teammate Zane Beadles in Jacksonville, which had more than $64 million in salary cap room to use this year.Broncos left guard Orlando Franklin appears to be headed for the rival San Diego Chargers ($26.3 million in cap space) and coach Mike McCoy, who was Franklin’s offensive coordinator in Denver from 2011-12. An NFL source said the deal with the Chargers is done. Franklin’s contract, when he signs it on Tuesday, will be worth $7.2 million per … – Click Here To Visit Article Source