Ty Walden- Co Editor
Bronco Player to Re-sign:
We have all heard about Malik Jackson, Danny Trevathan, Brock Osweiler to name a few. However, I am going with Jordan Norwood as the player the Broncos player to re-sign.
The reason I have chosen Norwood is to add depth at the wide receiver position and for his special teams. While he only recorded 207 yards on 22 receptions in 2016, he is a huge threat on special teams as a punt returner.
We all saw what he did in Super Bowl 50 against the Panthers. The longest punt return in Super Bowl history? Plus he had a punt return during the Week 15 contest against the Steelers that would have been a touchdown if not for a penalty and a possible coaches challenge.
Even better, Jordan Norwood would not cost much on the open market. Bring him in for a 1-2 year deal and see what he can do. I know injuries have not helped out his career, but perhaps 2016 can be his year.
Free Agent to Sign:
I believe if the Broncos seriously want to repeat in 2016, the offensive line needs a boost. With the possibility of Louis Vasquez leaving via free agency and not being able to fit in the zone blocking scheme, I am going to go for a player that might be a bit of a stretch.
Ramon Foster from the Pittsburgh Steelers could be a solid fit for the Broncos interior line. The Broncos could even try to acquire him if Evan Mathis does not return. Watching the Steelers running game last year, it was quite impressive and Mike Tomlin runs a zone blocking scheme as well.
Foster would know the scheme and could get adjusted early on. If he can provide some stability to an offensive line that struggled last year, I think Foster is the guy.
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