Denver Broncos: Trade ideas team can target before 2020 season

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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) /

Trades at the end of NFL training camp occur can push a team forward. Here are some ideas of players who may be available for a fair price to the Denver Broncos.

The Denver Broncos often make a trade or two throughout the offseason. John Elway has shown the desire to use late draft selections to pick up players that may be released to save the team from getting into a bidding war.

The Broncos may be as deep as they have been in a few seasons, but still have a few positions that are thin or lack top-end talent. This could lead the team to make a move to secure a veteran if they believe this team is ready to compete for a playoff spot in 2020.

In the last 48 hours, two NFL trades have gone down including All-Pro safety Jamal Adams going from the New York Jest to the Seattle Seahawks and former Chicago Bears 2nd round pick tight end Adam Shaheen was traded to the Miami Dolphins.

Though it would be fantastic for the Broncos to go out and get a player like Patrick Peterson (who rumored to Denver in years past). A deal like that, at this stage of the offseason, does not seem likely.

Sayre Bedinger looked at potential free agents in previous work and this article, I will present some reasonable trade targets that could become available right before the season begins. After looking at some players on the roster bubbles for their current teams, I examined some reasonable trades.