Denver Broncos: First 55-man roster prediction for 2020

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DENVER, CO – SEPTEMBER 15: Head coach Vic Fangio of the Denver Broncos walks alone the sideline in the third quarter of a game against the Chicago Bears at Empower Field at Mile High on September 15, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images)

Starting in 2020, the NFL is allowing a roster of 55 players. Here is a roster prediction for the 2020 Denver Broncos.

The Denver Broncos had what seems to be a strong 2020 NFL Draft class, adding to an already-strong roster consisting of a lot of youth.

They added a ton of firepower on offense to help out starting quarterback Drew Lock, by tripling up at the wide receiver position, including going back-to-back in the first two rounds and then again in the seventh round.

John Elway has made it clear that the Broncos are all-in on second-year quarterback Drew Lock. By bringing in Pat Shurmur as the offensive coordinator, as well as firing T.C. McCartney for Mike Shula to coach the quarterbacks.

There may also be some strong candidates to make the 2020 Denver Broncos roster via the undrafted free agent pool. The team has made some signings to fill the slots, and having at least one undrafted player make the team again would be very cool. Denver has had quite a bit of success in this regard.

It is a difficult time around the world because of the COVID-19 outbreak. The status of the 2020 NFL season is in question and there may be a delay in seeing the current players on the field. However, the show must go on and we’ll deal with what we can.

Here is our first 55-man roster prediction of the offseason.

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