Denver Broncos: Intrigue Abounds in Possible Kayvon Webster Reunion

DENVER, CO - JANUARY 19: Kayvon Webster
DENVER, CO - JANUARY 19: Kayvon Webster /

Reunions are great. For Kayvon Webster, especially when it involves returning to the place you were drafted…

The Denver Broncos could use help at the cornerback position even with the Tramaine Brock signing. Former Broncos third round pick Kayvon Webster is the newest member of the free agent class.

Webster was a part of the No Fly Zone before leaving for a bigger role elsewhere in Los Angeles. This possible reunion makes sense on paper.

Webster was drafted in 2013 and steadily improved ever since his beginning. His improvement is due large in part to learning from Aqib Talib and Chris Harris Jr. Webster’s last season with the Broncos proved his worth on special teams and depth at cornerback.

He was also a key cog in the Broncos’ great defense of 2015. It allowed Denver to roll out corners to shut down the opposing wide receivers.

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The most valuable part of Webster’s game is what he added in special teams. Cody Latimer’s loss this offsaeson is massive in special teams, but Webster was the ace before Latimer assumed the role.

The Denver Broncos need another ace in that unit. Webster would allow this to happen. Another reason to sign Webster back is to allow Brendan Langley to learn the ropes more as a second “redshirt” year. Langley is a converted cornerback. He originally played wide receiver.

However, there’s an issue. Money is fairly tight now with the signing of Marquette King. The Broncos could sign another player, but there appears to be no clear indication to do so. It has been rumored the Broncos want to sign two cornerbacks in the offseason.

Maybe Webster is the second guy.

In my opinion, the Broncos should consider Webster, but the price has to be right for the team. The intrigue is there for a reunion. Let’s see if John Elway can go to work.