3 free agents, 3 trade options for Denver Broncos at offensive tackle

- Starting OT at risk of losing his job?

- Could this OT be traded/released?

- Options for the Broncos if eventually they move on from this player

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Free agents the Denver Broncos could consider at OT

These guys could be signed to a one-year deal, see how they play and then decide if it's worth it to re-sign them after the season.

Taylor Lewan: Yes, Lewan will probably stay retired, but if not, he can be a starting offensive tackle in this league. Injuries have been a problem for him recently, but when healthy, the 3x Pro Bowler could be a solid option for the Broncos on a one-year deal.

Eric Fisher: Another experienced veteran, who did not play last year due to an injury, but can be a one-year insurance for the Broncos. The former 1st overall pick is a 2x Pro Bowler and a Super Bowl champ that could bring more veteran presence into the locker room.

Jason Peters: Peters is probably my favorite option. He is a 9x Pro Bowler, a 2x First-team All-Pro, a 4x Second-team All-Pro, and a Super Bowl Champion. Jason has shown that he can still play at a high level, last year, in 235 snaps he allowed only one sack and had no penalties. A great option for the Broncos.