Denver Broncos: Ranking team’s in-house options at right tackle
3. Quinn Bailey
Bailey has been with the Broncos the past two seasons after going undrafted out of Arizona State in 2019. He has managed to stick around as a practice squad guy.
Bailey has appeared in two games for the team as a backup due to injuries and the team needing an additional offensive lineman to dress for the game.
He is still just 25 years old but the Broncos have likely seen what they have needed to see out of him and it’s not likely he’s a starting-caliber guy. Still, with the injury to James and the lack of depth at the position, there is an opportunity.
With a good summer, Himmelman could actually pass Bailey on the team’s depth chart and it could be those two players who are battling for a roster spot. Unless the Broncos sign multiple veterans (and you can expect them to add at least one), either Bailey or Himmelman could make the roster as a third-string tackle.