7. The Broncos aren’t going to panic on the OL
This is one area where people could be slightly surprised at the Broncos’ strategy this offseason.
Are improvements needed? Yes. Is depth needed? Yes. Are we going to see attention paid to it? Yes.
But the biggest move on the offensive line this offseason might be the restructuring of Ryan Clady’s contract. That would leave some uncertainty for fans going into training camp, but that’s the smart play since the Broncos have their starting bookend tackles coming off of IR (Clady, Ty Sambrailo).
They also have in-house replacement Max Garcia for the departing Evan Mathis, another player on this roster who could consider retiring on top.
I don’t think the Broncos are going to make any knee-jerk reactions on the offensive line in free agency or the NFL Draft…