Broncos All-Time free agency defensive team

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Denver Broncos, Aqib Talib
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Broncos All-Time defensive free agency team: Cornerbacks

Aqib Talib

Signed in 2014, Aqib Talib spent four seasons in Denver, going to the Pro Bowl in each one. He was a key cog in the 'No Fly Zone' defense that helped the team win Super Bowl 50. In those four years, Talib may have been the best cornerback in the entire NFL.

He was a force on the Denver defense. Teams would not throw at him often and when they did, he had the ability to make them pay. Talib had 11 interceptions with the Broncos, returning a staggering six of those for touchdowns.

He will always be remembered for tearing the necklace off the neck of Michael Crabtree not once, but twice and many considered him to be a bit of a dirty player, but he was tremendous if you're a Broncos fan.

Ray Crockett

For the other corner spot, we go back to the 1990s and find another key piece of a Super Bowl team, Ray Crockett.

Crockett began his career with the Detroit Lions after being selected in the fourth round of the 1989 NFL Draft out of Baylor. After five years there, he signed with the Broncos in 1994.

Crockett was a consistent performer for the Broncos, missing only a handful of games in his seven-year stint with the team. He had 17 interceptions in orange and blue and was a starting cornerback on the teams that won Super Bowls XXXII and XXXIII.