Denver Broncos should kick tires on Randall Cobb

ARLINGTON, TEXAS - DECEMBER 29: Randall Cobb #18 of the Dallas Cowboys runs the ball against the Washington Redskins at AT&T Stadium on December 29, 2019 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Richard Rodriguez/Getty Images)
ARLINGTON, TEXAS - DECEMBER 29: Randall Cobb #18 of the Dallas Cowboys runs the ball against the Washington Redskins at AT&T Stadium on December 29, 2019 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Richard Rodriguez/Getty Images) /
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Free agency is an exciting time to poke around ideas to upgrade a team and for the Denver Broncos, there is a player that is intriguing.

The wide receiver position last season saw recent emergence from DaeSean Hamilton out of the slot position, but due to the length of games, the question still remains there. This leads us to a discussion of Randall Cobb and the Denver Broncos as a match.

Cobb has made his living in the slot position capable of being a chain mover. According to Spotrac, Cobb might cost a pretty penny. Due to us being in the early parts of the process, it is unknown what the market will be for Cobb.

Cobb burst onto the scene with the Green Bay Packers and later moved on to be part of the Dallas Cowboys. The fascination of Cobb is the elements of special teams. Cobb can add a specialty as a kick returner.

When Cobb was with the Packers, he helped move the ball well down the field simply as a returner. Once he impressed on special teams, he quickly made a name as a receiver. There is still some reed left with Cobb. Even though the production is not what it seems the last few seasons, the talent is still is well evident.

An addition of Cobb strengthens the position but also does not take them away from wide receiver in round one. The goal for a team is to pursue the best course of action for their franchise. More often than not this is the best player available.

Cobb would be a nice signing and helps a room with Hamilton already there. Competition brings the best out of players. Also, Cobb might be in the years to teach a new generation of slot machines. Hamilton is more than capable of being a chain mover.

The idea originated from Pro Football Focus, but recently heard the host of “Broncos Tonight” on 850 KOA Ryan Edwards mention Cobb as a possibility. Cobb’s price tag is still going to be a mystery.

Seven or eight million might be a lot to pay for him but depends on factors of what he has left in the tank and immediate impact. There is no question it immediately helps Drew Lock and gives the Denver Broncos a weapon to put up more points.

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