Denver Broncos: 4 guys who should go, 4 who should stay
DB Will Parks: Stay or Go?
As the Broncos look to keep some of their secondary intact, one player I think deserves a new contract is safety/slot/dime defensive back Will Parks.
The Broncos can use him in a variety of positions, and while he’s only played about 44 percent of the snaps this year, Parks is capable of helping the Broncos in so many ways.
He obviously excels in coverage but he’s also a factor as a blitzer, tackler in space, and a model of versatility in the secondary.
Parks is only 25 and is one of the glue guys for the Broncos not only on Sundays but throughout the week.
I would love to see more of him in Vic Fangio’s defense and if the Broncos decide to move forward without someone like Chris Harris Jr., it would be wise for them to keep a player like Parks who is emerging as a leader on this team and whose role should continue to increase and expand.