Denver Broncos: What does the team still need?

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Interior offensive line

The Broncos did sign Glasgow, but if he plays one of the guard spots as expected, the team could have a hole at center.

Glasgow does have experience playing the center spot but is definitely best suited to play guard. After finding Dalton Risner in the second round of last year’s draft and then signing Glasgow, the team appears to be set at guard.

But what about center?

The Broncos lost Matt Paradis in free agency last year and this offseason, Connor McGovern signed with the New York Jets. The only center on the roster is Patrick Morris.

Though many Broncos fans may have never heard of Morris, there have been rumblings that the team really likes him. Is he ready to be in the starting lineup though?

Undrafted out of TCU, Morris spent two seasons in the organization of the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he became acquainted with current Broncos offensive line coach, Mike Munchak. When the Steelers elected to waive Morris last December, the Broncos swooped in and grabbed him.

Other interior offensive linemen on the roster include Nico Falah and Austin Schlottmann, though Tyler Jones and Elijah Wilkinson could move to guard if needed.

Still, the Broncos should look to add a little more depth to the interior of the line by way of bringing in another guard or center, possibly a guy with the ability to play both, even if that is on day three of the draft.