Stealing one non-QB from each AFC West team for the Denver Broncos
The second player I am stealing is perhaps the most obvious choice on this list. I am going to steal Travis Kelce from the Kansas City Chiefs.
Kelce is a Hall of Famer the first season he’s eligible. He’s got a hand in a ton of all-time tight end records and has six straight 1,000-yard seasons, which is unheard of for receivers, let alone tight ends.
He’s also likely to hit 10,000 career regular season receiving yards. Kelce is already sixth all-time in receiving yards by a tight end and may be at the very top when his career is over.
It’s an obvious choice for the Broncos, as Wilson would have a bonafide All-Pro to throw to, and would give the Broncos the best pool of offensive skill players in the NFL, by a mile.
Travis Kelce has torched the Broncos’ defense for years, both with Alex Smith and Patrick Mahomes.
It’s annoying how good he is, and even though he turns 33 this season, there isn’t any indication that he’s slowing down.
If Greg Dulcich or Albert Okwuegbunam are even one-half of what Travis Kelce is, then the Broncos have themselves a very good tight end.