Denver Broncos: 5 non-Aaron Rodgers trades the team should make
The Denver Broncos could make a blockbuster trade for QB Aaron Rodgers if he’s made available. If not, there are other trades they should make anyway.
The Denver Broncos may make a trade for MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers in the coming weeks. Who knows? The Green Bay Packers have not made Rodgers available at this point and, for the time being, there are no offers on the table.
Although Rodgers is upset with the Packers and a separation seems like it could actually happen, it’s just so difficult to wrap your brain around the possibility of Rodgers changing teams. As exciting as that possibility is, what if the Denver Broncos are not able to make that trade?
The Broncos would head into the 2021 season with Drew Lock and Teddy Bridgewater atop the quarterback position group and they would undoubtedly need the roster to be as strong as possible everywhere else.
This is Vic Fangio’s third season as the Denver Broncos’ head coach. Although he hasn’t had the best circumstances in terms of the roster as a whole or the quarterback position in general, he’s going to need to get the Broncos into the winning record and preferably playoff category in 2021.
He can’t force his players to stay healthy, but the roster that has been assembled by John Elway and now new general manager George Paton looks like one of the top young rosters in the league.
Denver Broncos: Non-Aaron Rodgers trades to consider
Even with the strength and youth of the roster in mind, there are plenty of non-Aaron Rodgers moves the Denver Broncos should and could seriously consider in the coming weeks.
There are areas of this team that could still use some addressing, and there are areas of the team that are simply too deep to fit everyone currently on the 90-man roster into the regular season.
There are also some moves that could be out there that are just smart practice for a general manager to consider the cost.
Let’s take a look through five non-Aaron Rodgers trades the Denver Broncos should seriously consider before the 2021 regular season.