The Denver Broncos biggest weakness is on the offensive line. Zane Beadles was a solid contributor during his time in Denver and could help them again.
When I think of offensive linemen for the Denver Broncos, Zane Beadles was perhaps one of the best in the business. His play at the guard position during his time in Denver was a sight to see. He played in every game for the team during his stint.
He was even named to the Pro Bowl. It was such a shame that the Jacksonville Jaguars threw a lot of money his way and he departed to Florida to play with them. Now Zane Beadles is a free agent after his latest stint with the San Francisco 49ers.
He is a reliable player and that is something that the Denver Broncos could use. While he is not the same age as he was while in Denver, it is his versatility on the offensive line that can really help this unit get back to becoming one that will help with the run game and protecting the quarterback.
Zane Beadles has experience at the guard position. If for some reason Connor McGovern is not ready to take the starting role, Beadles could come in and fit nicely. He also has experience over at the tackle spot, which the right position has been such a sore spot for the Broncos in recent years.
Would this move make sense? Absolutely. I would have no problem with him coming back to the Denver Broncos. He can provide experience to an offensive line that could truly use it.
The Broncos have a solid quarterback in Case Keenum under center. Having a solid offensive line can make all the difference in this league. The veteran Zane Beadles can do just that. Hopefully sometime this summer, John Elway gives Beadles a ring.