The Denver Broncos continue signing their draft picks, as they have come to terms with defensive lineman McTelvin Agim.
Soon, the Denver Broncos will have all of their 2020 draft picks under contract. They got one step closer by coming to terms with third-round pick McTelvin Agim.
At Arkansas, Agim recorded 140 tackles, 31 tackles for loss, 14.5 sacks and six forced fumbles. That is a great amount of production.
Agim will join a defensive line group led by a new addition in Pro Bowler Jurrell Casey. After Casey, the team’s defensive front is fairly young, but not without experience.
It will be interesting to see how and when the Broncos use Agim. With his abilities, it would be cool to see him on the field at the same time as Casey. Both have good or great ability to get to the passer, which is something that will be especially important when facing the newest face of the league—Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
McTelvin Agim should be a great piece to a strong defense.
The Broncos have plenty of notable players on the defensive side of the ball in Casey, Von Miller, Bradley Chubb, Alexander Johnson, Justin Simmons, and Kareem Jackson. Adding Agim into the mix should open up plays to be made by somebody else, as well as himself.
While Casey is set as a starter inside on the defensive line, there are surely going to be opportunities for Agim to make a difference at some point.
Vic Fangio wants versatile players and that means that different players are going to be able to play at certain positions, whether that is on the defensive line or the different cornerback positions.
There is no doubt in my mind that Agim will be a difference maker sooner rather than later for the Broncos. I am just hoping that the fact that there will not be a preseason will not affect Agim’s progress too much.