Denver Broncos: Top free agents the team could still go after

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FOXBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS – JANUARY 04: Logan Ryan #26 of the Tennessee Titans celebrates his touchdown against the New England Patriots in the fourth quarter of the AFC Wild Card Playoff game at Gillette Stadium on January 04, 2020 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (Photo by Adam Glanzman/Getty Images)

The Denver Broncos have made some big moves in the 2020 offseason, but are they done? Here are some top free agents the team could still go after.

The Denver Broncos have already made a number of big moves in the 2020 free agent signing period, even if not all of their big moves have been of the free agent signing variety.

The first move the Broncos made was trading for veteran cornerback AJ Bouye from the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Broncos surrendered a late fourth-round pick for Bouye and secured their top cornerback for the 2020 season and beyond.

The next and perhaps most critical move this offseason was placing the franchise tag on safety Justin Simmons, who will be back for a fifth year with the team while John Elway and the front office work on re-signing him to a long-term contract.

Their first big move in free agency was signing offensive lineman Graham Glasgow of the Detroit Lions, who is in line to be the team’s starting right guard, maybe center depending on how things go in the 2020 NFL Draft and the rest of free agency.

After signing Glasgow, the Broncos made a couple of smaller moves by retaining cornerback De’Vante Bausby and bringing in backup quarterback Jeff Driskel before they traded for Pro Bowl defensive tackle Jurrell Casey.

As things stand right now, the Broncos have made enough moves to probably go into the 2020 NFL Draft if they wanted to with a decent level of comfort about the roster, but they should be looking to do more in free agency.

The Broncos still need depth on the defensive line. They could still pursue some upgrades on offense. There are players out there who could improve the secondary.

Where might the Broncos look now that we’re really into the second wave of free agency?

Let’s look at some names of players who could come in and help in 2020.

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