New Denver Broncos general manager George Paton has been putting in significant work in the 2021 offseason to make the Denver Broncos’ roster more competitive than it’s been in the last two seasons. Some good fortune in terms of health would be a nice change of pace for the Broncos, but Paton could also continue being aggressive and looking for ways to improve the team via trade.
NFL trades are not as common as trades in other professional sports, but there is certainly a time and place for them. What kinds of moves might Paton and the Denver Broncos be looking at now with the 2021 NFL Draft in the rearview? We have some ideas.
There have been plenty of rumors surrounding Green Bay Packers quarterback and league MVP Aaron Rodgers this offseason. Adding Rodgers would represent a blockbuster move and really a defining move for a rookie general manager, but here we’re going to focus on moves that would be considered much milder by comparison.
After the draft, the Denver Broncos still have some areas of the roster they could address and there are players around the league who could be intriguing pickups. There are also some players on the roster who could be traded away to make room for other guys, or even to help facilitate trades for those players.
Let’s take a look at five non-Aaron Rodgers moves the team should consider making before 2021 training camp.