Denver Broncos: What would the perfect 2021 offseason look like?
By Noah Smith
Find 3-5 impactful players through Free Agency and the NFL Draft
The Denver Broncos have had strong drafts in the previous years, but have been hit or miss through Free Agency. For the Perfect Offseason, the Broncos will have to nail both.
While the Free Agent pool isn’t as deep as previous years, there is good value to be had in the secondary. Players like William Jackson III and Chidobe Awuzie could be interesting fits in the Broncos’ secondary.
Looking at linebacker, Super Bowl champion Lavonte David could be a name to watch, along with Matt Milano of the Buffalo Bills. Both players have strong reasons to return to their respective teams but could be lured away by a desirable contract.
To add depth behind Drew Lock, Andy Dalton could be a name to watch. Dalton has plenty of experience and would be a settling voice in Lock’s ear as he develops. Dalton is more than capable of starting in a pinch and had his best years when surrounded by weapons.
In the NFL Draft, the Broncos could look at players like Walker Little from Stanford, Jevon Holland from Oregon, and Marvin Wilson from Florida State. All three players have high upside, and could be great players to “draft and develop”.
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The Denver Broncos have a strong roster already, but adding a handful of impact players, young and old, will help the Broncos compete in the AFC West. If the Broncos want to compete for the playoffs, they will need an excellent offseason.