The Denver Broncos will take some time off after OTAs wrapped up last week. What did we learn about each position group and where do they go from here?
Considering the way the 2017 season ended, the optimism around Denver Broncos headquarters is significant.
After the retention of head coach Vance Joseph for another season, John Elway set the tone for an offseason filled with change but also a number of acts of great faith in investments that could be viewed as failures.
Elway’s decision to keep Joseph around has at least prevented the Broncos from making drastic changes schematically on both sides of the football, and yet things will look a lot different this season.
With Bill Musgrave calling the shots offensively and Joe Woods entering his second year as defensive coordinator, the coaching staff in Denver is hoping to get better with more time together and the opportunity to learn from an entire season filled with mistakes.
Many of the mistakes the Broncos made in 2017 are correctable and it’s on Joseph to turn the ship around.
The Broncos wrapped up OTAs and will take a little more than a month off of football activities before opening training camp in late July.
What did we learn at OTAs about each position group? Where do the Broncos go from here? What does this team need moving forward?
Here’s everything we know about each position, starting with of course the quarterbacks…