The Broncos have a few in-house free agents along the offensive line to consider here, but there are also some really strong offensive linemen from other teams hitting the unrestricted free agent market.
The Broncos’ primary needs on the offensive line are either center or right guard (depending on where Connor McGovern plays) and right tackle.
Jared Veldheer, Billy Turner, Matt Paradis, and Max Garcia are all unrestricted free agents. The Broncos hired one of the best position coaches in the entire league in Mike Munchak to develop and coach up this offensive line, and they will make sure to get him some talent through free agency and the NFL Draft.
One player who stands out is Miami’s Ja’Wuan James, a former first-round draft pick who has worked the past few years with Chris Kuper, who is now an assistant offensive line coach with the Broncos.
The Broncos could look at a number of other players in free agency here as well, including New England Patriots tackle Trent Brown, who was traded from the 49ers where he undoubtedly crossed paths with Rich Scangarello.
The Broncos are trying to re-sign Billy Turner ahead of March 11, but he may ultimately test the market if they don’t offer him a starting position. He could start at either right guard or right tackle, but the Broncos may prefer to sign him as a guard and someone else as the right tackle, solidifying their starting five before the NFL Draft.