Justin Coleman, CB, Seahawks
Age: 25 (will be 26 in March)
Justin Coleman is another really underrated option if the Broncos are looking to get a slot player who can take over some reps for Chris Harris Jr., allowing him to move outside on early downs.
Coleman spent the first two years of his NFL career with the New England Patriots before he came over to the Seattle Seahawks and was thrust into a full-time role.
Over the past two seasons, Coleman has three interceptions and 14 pass breakups and has ascended quickly as one of the league’s top slot players.
He allowed a quarterback rating of 82.5 into his coverage, good for the seventh-best among slot corners in the NFL and better than the self-appointed ‘slot god’ Nickell Robey-Coleman in Los Angeles.
Coleman is one of the younger corners in free agency as well, and being strictly a nickel player he might not draw a huge contract.
The Broncos may look to other options first like Bryce Callahan or the aforementioned Darqueze Dennard, but this is a player worth monitoring as a possible bargain.