Denver Broncos: Who could be traded next after Isaac Yiadom deal?
4. Justin Hollins, LB
This is an interesting player to watch when it comes to trade talks.
Justin Hollins would undoubtedly be claimed on waivers if the Denver Broncos subjected him to that.
The man who had arguably the biggest hand in the drafting of Hollins — Brandon Staley — is now the defensive coordinator of the Los Angeles Rams, who desperately need help at the outside linebacker position.
Even if it’s just with the Rams, I think Hollins has nice trade value, but he may have too much value to the Denver Broncos to let go of just yet.
The Broncos don’t appear poised to keep five off-ball linebackers, and with Hollins able to float between the two positions, he could wind up being the ninth linebacker and a valuable special teams asset in 2020.
Still, that may not prevent teams from calling about him.