Denver Broncos Need to Re-sign or Get These 5 Players

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Jan 4, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh (90) is blocked by Dallas Cowboys center Travis Frederick (72) during the second quarter in the NFC Wild Card Playoff Game at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Many in Broncos Country don’t think this is possible since he’ll command a steep price. Give Elway some credit with how he works the salary cap. He demonstrated in last year’s off-season that he turns deals into a series of one-year deals. And the Broncos do have the cap space to bring on Suh.

Let’s say Elway approaches Manning to restructure his contract to around $12 million or so, that would push Denver to more than $40 million in cap space. Even if Suh demands the higher end, unless it gets outrageous, you do it. Suh is a game-changer at defensive line.

As for those who say he’s too dirty or nasty or cheap or mean, I give you Lyle Alzado and Bill Romanowksi. Two players who played with edge, were mean, nasty, cheap and dirty. Both Alzado and Romo not only crossed the line at times, but took a tank to it.

Thinking about new Broncos defensive line coach Bill Kollar working with Suh, Ware, Von Miller and the other talented guys should get you amped up. Don’t think the Broncos coaching staff could coach Suh? Well, Kollar wrestled a bear, so, yeah, it would happen.

Suh brings the mindset the Denver defense needs. He brings the nasty. He brings the attitude. He brings the mean. Like Alzado, Suh is a wild animal who would get unleashed on game day. And Suh is exactly what the Broncos defense needs. He’s exactly what the team needs.