Bradley Roby, CB
The Broncos believed in Bradley Roby enough to not only pick up his fifth-year rookie option but to also trade away Aqib Talib and try to use the money saved on filling other holes on the roster.
So far this season, Roby has been a mixed bag of mostly bad and occasionally pretty good.
He played a good game against the Cardinals but that was going up against a rookie quarterback with a terrible offensive line and no balance to their offensive attack.
He was able to play more relaxed against the Cardinals but we’ve also seen the very worst of Roby this season when he was torched by Sam Darnold and the New York Jets.
If some team is looking at bringing in cornerback help, they can get Roby for about $4 million the rest of the season. He is a physical player when he wants to be but needs help finishing more plays.
The Broncos are probably not going to be trying to re-sign him after the season, so if some team desperate for cornerback help comes calling, they could see it as an opportunity to get Isaac Yiadom into the lineup on a more permanent and consistent basis.