Denver Broncos: 5 free agents to target post-NFL Draft

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Kwon Alexander, Denver Broncos
Nov 29, 2020; Denver, Colorado, USA; New Orleans Saints outside linebacker Kwon Alexander (58) returns a fumble against Denver Broncos offensive tackle Garett Bolles (72) the second quarter at Empower Field at Mile High. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports /

Kwon Alexander, LB

My Predominantly Orange mates know how much I would love to see Kwon Alexander as a member of the Broncos.  Alexander is a hyper-athletic linebacker with pass rush and special teams ability.

I was hoping that the Denver Broncos would take Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah at some point, but he went to the Browns.

Alexander would provide very high-quality depth with the chance to start a few games, and helps to round out the team’s weakest position group.  I suppose Alexander could be used on third downs to maximize the pass rush, which may be the perfect role for a player who has had trouble staying healthy.

Jurrell Casey, DL

Am I cheating again? I don’t care, frankly. I was a big fan of the Casey acquisition from the Tennessee Titans last year and was extremely saddened when he suffered an injury early in the season, limiting himself to only three games.

As it stands now, the Broncos defensive line starters will most likely be Dre’Mont Jones, Shelby Harris, and Mike Purcell, but Casey can provide elite depth at the position, and will hopefully thrive in the Fangio defense.

Not only that, Casey is a quality pass rusher as well. He can surely be signed rather cheaply and adds more familiarity to the Broncos and the locker room.