The Broncos have filled their top four primary needs. To recap, they were:
3. Right Tackle
The team still has areas to address — interior offensive line, defensive tackle, and linebacker among the remaining areas the Broncos could get better at — but that doesn’t mean this team is desperate for any sort of splash player at one of those positions or that they will be forced into a specific position during the 2019 NFL Draft.
With $22 million left in cap space, the Broncos can address their roster even further and approach the draft from a true ‘best player available’ mentality.
The Broncos committed their top assets this offseason to their greatest areas of need, and with those addressed by the first day of the new league year, they have the rest of the offseason to perfect the roster and continue working towards being able to compete with the likes of Kansas City and Los Angeles in the AFC West.