Denver Broncos: 4 worst decisions in the 2020 offseason

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN – FEBRUARY 27: John Elway general manager of the Denver Broncos is seen at the 2019 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 28, 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images)

The Denver Broncos’ four worst moves in the 2020 offseason.

Let’s make one thing abundantly clear — the Denver Broncos have had a mostly fantastic offseason in 2020.

The last time Denver Broncos fans were as excited about a roster as the 2020 roster was probably in 2014 after the team went out and spent big money in free agency and had the added motivation of a revenge tour after losing Super Bowl XLVIII against the Seattle Seahawks.

Even as anticipation mounts for the 2020 team, the Broncos’ offseason wasn’t perfect.

Everyone might do things their own way, and while most of Broncos Country is happy with the way things played out, it’s possible this team made some mistakes along the way.

The past three offseasons have set the Broncos up for great success going forward, but could this team be even closer to a championship contender if John Elway and company had made some different choices in the past few months?

While the additions this team made since February have been mostly tremendous, let’s take a look at some moves the Broncos didn’t make or failed to make that could ultimately be the difference between being a contender in the AFC West and the ‘death by inches’ Vic Fangio has talked about.

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