The Denver Broncos have lost their coverage linebacker as Danny Trevathan has agreed to terms with the Chicago Bears, re-uniting him with John Fox.
Well, it appears as if the Denver Broncos are learning one thing. You win a Super Bowl, and the other 31 teams will pick apart the team.
The Chicago Bears are the latest team to get a slice of the Broncos Championship Pie as they have agreed to terms with Danny Trevathan to a new deal.
The move is not surprising. Even Trevathan himself stated that this could happen during the Super Bowl week. I am not worried however, because I do think that the Broncos have some solid depth at the inside linebacker position.
For Trevathan, he does get reunite with former head coach John Fox. He was the coach to draft him back in 2012.
The biggest thing is that Trevathan is injury prone. In his four seasons with the Broncos, he has not been relativity healthy. But I am also happy for Trevathan that he will get the chance to keep at it. He could be hitting his prime.
His performance will be missed. In my opinion, the player that could fill Trevathan’s shoes is Todd Davis. He has proven to be a solid option. But the Broncos could look at the free agency and the draft.
Another interesting option could be Zaire Anderson. He spent time on the practice squad last season, and the Broncos have been known to have some success with players who are not known to others outside of the organization and their fans.
Either way, I am really hopeful that Trevathan finds a lot of success in his new role in Chicago. I am seriously wishing him the best. I think he is going to do great things.
Keep it here at Predominantly Orange as we keep you updated on everything free agency. This is going to be a wild ride.