Broncos 53-man roster predictions following 2022 NFL Draft
Denver Broncos offensive line (9, 28/53)
The Denver Broncos offensive line doesn’t feel like it’s “set” by any means.
Garett Bolles and Quinn Meinerz have the left tackle and right guard spots locked in, is my guess. Beyond that, are any starting jobs not up for grabs?
Dalton Risner is entering a contract year and the Denver Broncos’ level of commitment to him for the long-term appears to be, at the very least, hanging in the balance.
Lloyd Cushenberry isn’t going to be guaranteed anything heading into his third season with the team.
Do the Broncos feel like they have some better options elsewhere on the roster? It sounds like Graham Glasgow could compete for the center position in camp after ending last year on injured reserve.
The Broncos signed veteran Billy Turner to presumably start at right tackle, but if Calvin Anderson can do a good enough job there, Turner might be your starting left guard.
Tom Compton has also started at both right tackle and left guard and will be valuable veteran depth at both spots.
Rookie Luke Wattenberg could compete for the starting center position as well but his traits and size indicate he could very well be in line for a guard or even tackle role as well.