Denver Broncos: Final 53-man roster prediction
Offensive Line: Garett Bolles, Ron Leary, Max Garcia, Matt Paradis, Connor McGovern, Jared Veldheer, Cyrus Kouandjio, Billy Turner (24/53)
The starting offensive line group is likely set.
There doesn’t appear to be any question in regards to who plays where on the line, which is a nice change from the recent past.
The Broncos’ offensive line has some players who have the capability of playing on different parts of the line. That’s what makes them so unique.
Two players who won’t be switching to a different spot on the line are left tackle Garett Bolles and Center Matt Paradis.
Garett Bolles is obviously going to continue playing the position he was drafted in the first round to play. The more he plays there, the more experience he gets and the better he should become.
Paradis is great for the center position. The center position is the position that is in charge of making the protections while the offensive line is down in its stance if the quarterback doesn’t do that himself.
Paradis has started in all 48 games he has played in the National Football League. Look for the streak to continue as he is healthy after battling injuries this offseason.
The addition of veteran quarterback Case Keenum should help the offensive line because he’s been around the league with different teams and knows what he’s doing.
That will result in quicker decisions and should make his blockers look better.