If money talks, defensive tackle Kyle Peko has the best chance of the Denver Broncos’ undrafted rookies to make either the team’s 53-man roster or practice squad.

Tight end Henry Krieger Coble, receiver Bralon Addison, linebacker David Moala and offensive tackle Justin Murray – who didn’t sign until last week – also have a better chance than others.

While signing bonuses are usually an indicator of what a team thinks of an undrafted player, it’s hardly automatic. In 2011, an undrafted defensive back from Kansas received a paltry signing bonus of $2,000, which was among the smallest in the Broncos’ undrafted class.

That player turned out to be Chris Harris Jr., who is now playing on a five-year, $42.5 million contract.

Signing bonuses for 21 of the Broncos’ 23 undrafted rookies have finally been reported. Kyle Kragen, a linebacker from Cal and son of former Broncos’ Pro Bowl defensive lineman Greg Kragen, and former Iowa defensive back B.J. Lowery, did not receive a signing bonus.

The signing bonuses for the Broncos’ undrafted class of 2016:

Player, Pos. …….……... Signing bonus

Kyle Peko, DT …………………. $11,000

Henry Krieger Coble, TE .....…. $10,000

Bralon Addison, WR ……......…. $8,000

David Moala, LB ………….……. $8,000

Justin Murray, OT …………...…. $8,000

Aaron Neary, G-C …………....… $5,000

Anthony Norris, TE ………..…… $5,000*

Lars Hanson, OL ……………….. $4,000

Mose Frazier, WR …………….... $3,000

John Tidwell, DB ……………..... $3,000

Frank Shannon, LB ……….….… $3,000

Antonio Glover, S ………..…..... $2,500

Nathan Theus, LS ………...…… $2,500

Durron Neal, WR …….………… $2,500

Kalif Raymond, Returner …...… $2,000

Sadat Sulleyman, G ……….….. $2,000

Calvin Heurtelou, DT ……..…... $2,000

Vontarrius Dora, DE ………..…. $2,000

Dwayne Norman, LB …..……… $2,000

Eddie Yarbrough, DE ……..…... $1,000

Shaneil Jenkins, DE ………….. $1,000

Total .................................... $87,500

*Norris has been released.