Unrestricted free agents (part three)
Zach Kerr, DL (28)
The fact that the Broncos got Kerr from the Colts two years ago in the first place was astounding. He has the versatility to play multiple positions in a three-man front and was a bargain for Denver for two years.
They should look to bring him back as one of the key reserves on the line.
Billy Turner, OL (27)
Billy Turner is a very interesting case for Denver. The Broncos have to believe they have a gem on their hands after they snatched him off of waivers in 2017, kept him through 2018, and watched him play some of the best football of his professional career this past season.
Turner played guard and tackle for the Broncos, and at worst established himself as a viable swing/number six lineman. The Broncos may view him as a starter at right tackle going forward.
Jeff Heuerman, TE (26)
The best ability in the NFL is availability, and Jeff Heuerman struggles in that department. With that said, he’s a talented tight end when healthy, especially as a blocker.
He showed off his receiving skills this past season and, in my opinion, earned a second contract with the team. The Broncos will obviously not overpay considering he has missed 11 games on top of his entire rookie season in 2015.
Max Garcia, OL (27)
Once a starter for the Broncos, Garcia was replaced in the lineup this year by Connor McGovern. He’s a valuable backup and can be a starter, though, so he will get looks from some teams and my guess is he will move on from Denver.
Deiontrez Mount, OLB (26)
Mount spent the year recovering from an injury he sustained in the offseason. The Broncos may consider bringing him back for the minimum, or they may move on.
Gino Gradkowski, C (30)
Gradkowski was an emergency center for the Broncos after their rush of injuries on the interior offensive line. He likely won’t be back.
Jamar Taylor, CB (28)
Taylor was signed by the team for his familiarity with Vance Joseph. He’s an intriguing risk/reward candidate but I think the Broncos will move forward.