"I'm a Bronco, so we'll see what happens in the offseason, and hopefully I'm still here," Moreno, 26, said Tuesday.
The running back had a breakout year in 2013, piling up career highs in yards (1,038), touchdowns (10) and receptions (60). However, he's expendable. The Broncos have two younger running backs in Montee Ball and Ronnie Hillman. Ball, in particular, was solid in 2013 and is ready for an expanded role next season.
Moreno also is going to want a big raise from the $1.7 million base he earned last season. He'll likely seek a salary in the $3.5 million to $4.5 million range, commensurate with players like Reggie Bush and Fred Jackson. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported last week that the Broncosdon't expect to retain Moreno.
Decker, 26, is due for a much bigger wage hike.
"You build relationships, but you know it's not going to be the same next year," Decker said. "Obviously for me, I would love to come back. ... I would love to play here. Unfortunately it's something that isn't always in my control."
Teams often are barely recognizable from year to year -- it's the nature of the business.