Three trades Denver Broncos should make after 2022 NFL Draft
Three trades Denver Broncos should make post-draft
3. Trade Dalton Risner and/or Lloyd Cushenberry for 2023 capital
One of the negatives, if there is any, about trading for Russell Wilson is that the team had limited capital to work with in 2022, and will have limited capital in 2023.
However, they can fix that.
As it stands now, they only have five picks in the 2023 NFL Draft, and won’t pick until the third round.
George Paton loves his draft picks, so you figure that he’ll try to double that five to 10 total picks.
One way he can begin to do that is to trade away player(s) along the interior offensive line, where Denver has a surplus.
Denver has a ton of bodies along this unit, so parting with one or two wouldn’t be the end of the world.
With the additions of Billy Turner and Tom Compton, who can both play on the inside, and Graham Glasgow returning on a re-worked contract, the Denver Broncos can get creative with their five starting offensive linemen for the season.
Sending Risner or Cush to a team that is in more of a need of another interior player would make their job easier.
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Perhaps Lloyd Cushenberry would love to reunite with his old college teammate, Joe Burrow?
However, if the Denver Broncos want to tackle acquiring more picks, starting where they have a surplus would be a good idea.