One free agent from each AFC team for the Broncos to sign

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One free agent from each AFC team the Broncos should sign: AFC South
1. Houston Texans - Scott Quessenberry

I don't think the Texans have a ton of super-desirable free agents as they are perhaps the most talentless team in the NFL, but Scott Quessenberry is intriguing. He was a full-time starter for the Texans this year and did play for the Chargers in 2021 while Joe Lombardi was the offensive coordinator.

Well, Lombardi is now the OC in Denver, so Quessenberry might be a nice depth piece.

2. Indianapolis Colts - Parris Campbell

Denver needs a speed threat, and the former Ohio State product could provide that. Being drafted in 2019, he played in just 15 games during his first three seasons but did play in all 17 this year. He proved to be efficient as he caught 63 passes for 623 yards and three touchdowns.

His 4.31 speed is something that Denver could use and perhaps his injury luck is getting better.

3. Tennessee Titans - Taylor Lewan

Taylor Lewan was a cap casualty for the Tennessee Titans after struggling through some injury-plagued seasons. If the Broncos do want to move on from Garett Bolles and perhaps take a chance on a higher-ceiling player and overall better left tackle, Lewan makes a ton of sense.

He'd come cheaper than what the Broncos have Bolles for. They could also hedge this investment by retaining someone like Cameron Fleming. Taylor Lewan is quite good when he's on the field.

4. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jawaan Taylor

Continuing with the offensive line, Jawaan Taylor could make a ton of sense for the Broncos. He was a second-round draft pick back in 2019 and did struggle a bit during his first three seasons. However, he did put together a nice 2022 campaign which should let him earn a strong payday.

He'll be just 26 this year and has not missed a game in the NFL. It's likely that the Broncos could find a true franchise right tackle if they'd want to re-sign Taylor.