The latest buzz around the Denver Broncos is that the team will let Matt Paradis test the open market. If he does not return, what options are out there?
There is a lot of news surrounding Denver Broncos center Matt Paradis these days. There have been discussions that Denver would allow him to test the free agent market. Which makes all the sense in the world given the situation and potential cap space.
Matt Paradis has done so well for the Denver Broncos since he was brought up during the Super Bowl 50 season. He has dealt with a bit of an injury bug the last couple seasons. From hip surgery to fracturing his fibula last season, it could be difficult to test how he might do going forward.
Nicki Jhabvala had some news to report regarding Matt Paradis’ recovery from that broken fibula on Wednesday.
From what has been heard, Matt Paradis could very well reset the market for centers. There is a team that would be willing to fork over a lot of money for a quality center. And there is no doubt that Matt Paradis is one of the top tier centers in the NFL today.
But there in lies the question. Are the Denver Broncos willing to re-sign him? It could all come down a variety of factors.
I will be looking at the options that the Denver Broncos have in front of them, from my perspective.