One Denver Broncos free agent target from each AFC team
Denver Broncos: Free agents from the AFC East
New York Jets – Morgan Moses, OT
I am back on my Morgan Moses hype. This man has not missed in a game in about 219 years and is as stable as it gets on the offensive line.
Moses can be a multiple-year plug-and-play starter for the Denver Broncos and would allow them to take their time in finding a younger solution with higher upside.
Moses stays on the field, which is something Bobby Massie struggled with. Morgan Moses is also younger than Massie as well.
Buffalo Bills – Mitchell Trubisky, QB
Mitchell Trubisky is a hot name so far. He will be highly coveted in free agency and could be a short-term solution for Denver.
I am pretty high on Trubisky; I think he can be a viable solution for the team. The Matt Nagy era in Chicago was a disaster, and Trubisky still went 25-13 in his 38 starts under Nagy.
He will get a starting job this offseason, and Denver is very well in play for that.
New England Patriots – J.C. Jackson, CB
I have written about J.C. Jackson a bunch of times, and my position remains the same.
Ronald Darby can easily be released next offseason, so giving Jackson a ton of money is not out of the question.
If the team signs Jackson, they could boast a cornerback room that features himself, Darby, and Patrick Surtain II.
Opposing offenses’ passing game would be greatly limited by this elite secondary.
Miami Dolphins – Phillip Lindsay, RB
Why not re-sign Phillip Lindsay and allow him to play in an offense tailored to his strengths?
Many quickly realized that Lindsay would excel in an outside zone scheme, which is what Denver is going to run under Nathaniel Hackett.
Lindsay needs no introduction. He was a beast for Denver and would thrive as a backup piece to Javonte Williams. I think this move makes a lot of sense and would love to see Denver bring Phil back.