Denver Broncos greatest needs have already been filled
The Denver Broncos have filled their greatest needs and the new league year has only begun. We look at how those needs were filled.
When the Denver Broncos gather their front office, coaching staff, and new player acquisitions together on Friday for a press conference, they will represent every prominent need the team had to address when the clock hit zero on the 2018 regular season.
Not only is Friday’s press conference going to represent a new era of Denver Broncos football, but it will also represent John Elway and the front office’s aggressive mentality when it comes to addressing the team’s biggest needs.
As much criticism as Elway deserves for not finding a viable solution at the quarterback position in the post-Peyton Manning years thus far, it’s impossible to fault him for trying to make this Broncos team better, and being aggressive about it.
We will have to wait until September to know for sure how these major changes have affected the culture of Denver football, but at least for now, we can discuss what it might be like.
There’s no question Elway and the front office have worked to make things better, even at the cost of Elway’s longtime number two and most trusted cohort Gary Kubiak, who left for the Minnesota Vikings.
How have the team’s biggest needs been addressed? Let’s take a look.