Denver Broncos: 4 trades the team should make at roster cuts
4. OT Tytus Howard from the Houston Texans
The Houston Texans are an absolute mess.
It doesn’t feel like anyone on their roster is off limits if they were drafted by someone other than Nick Caserio, which makes me wonder if a player like former first-round pick Tytus Howard could be had for the right price.
Howard has floated from right tackle to left guard and Houston’s decision to change his positions recently leads me to believe there’s a chance they might trade him if a team like Denver came calling.
Howard has proven he can play the right tackle position in the NFL and the former first-round pick might be a nice buy-low option from the Houston Texans’ fire sale.
If you have a chance to acquire your starter of the future at a key position like this, why not take it?
The former first-round pick out of Alabama State certainly has all of the physical tools at the position but his first 22 starts have shown he certainly has room to grow.
Denver Broncos trade for Jonas Griffith to upgrade special teams
The Denver Broncos had to make a move to address their ailing special teams, and they paid a pretty hefty price to trade for Jonas Griffith.
The Denver Broncos are in a position where they can try to develop him as a full-time right tackle as he was originally intended to be, and if the Texans are just trading everybody, why not call and ask about the price here?