Denver Broncos 2019 offseason player movement tracker

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CHICAGO, IL – OCTOBER 09: Bryce Callahan #37 of the Chicago Bears celebrates after breaking up a pass against the Minnesota Vikings in the first quarter at Soldier Field on October 9, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jon Durr/Getty Images) /

The Denver Broncos have taken on a lot of change in year one of the Vic Fangio era. This tracker looks at all player movement this offseason.

The Denver Broncos have had quite the offseason so far in 2019.

After firing Vance Joseph, the team set out on a search for a new head coach that included interviews with Brian Flores (now with the Dolphins), Zac Taylor (now with the Bengals), Chuck Pagano (now with the Bears), Mike Munchak, and Vic Fangio.

Somehow, the Broncos were able to hire both of the last two guys.

The Broncos feel like they got not only their top two head coach options this offseason, but also their first pick at offensive coordinator in Rich Scangarello, the quarterback’s coach of the San Francisco 49ers under Kyle Shanahan.

Once the Broncos hired Fangio, player personnel came into focus. It made so much sense for the Broncos to target at least one of Fangio’s former players in free agency and one of those came to fruition.

Everybody knows how much John Elway hates losing, and the drastic measures he will take to get the Broncos back on top.

Coaching was almost unquestionably the Broncos’ top need this offseason, but the Broncos filled a variety of other needs and have seen a lot of players come and go.

Let’s take a look at all of the player movement in the 2019 offseason.