Denver Broncos 2017 offseason “To-do” list: Offense edition
Outside of Demaryius and Emmanuel, there are some question marks. Will Cody Latimer fulfill his 2nd round draft pick status? Will Jordan Taylor build on this year and become a solid third option? Will Denver draft another receiver or sign one? I personally liked what Jordan Taylor showed and would love to see what the kid can do with more snaps.
I could see the Broncos going for a solid, across the middle receiver type in either the draft or free agency. But again, not a huge area of need here.
This is a tough one. Virgil Green seems like the perennial “this is the year this guy breaks out” kind of guy. He’s a tremendous blocker but hasn’t shown much in the passing game as of yet. AJ Derby, whom Denver acquired from New England mid-season, has shown some potential to be a problem for defenses. If he can be the guy to stretch the middle of the field, opening up the receivers on the outside, he could end up being a steal. Don’t be surprised if Denver ends up adding someone here either through free agency (Jack Doyle?) or the draft.