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

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One free agent from each NFC team the Broncos should sign: NFC South
1. Atlanta Falcons - Kaleb McGary, OT

The Atlanta Falcons don't have a ton of talented free agents, but McGary is the best of the bunch. He had a career year in 2022 and has turned into a solid starting right tackle in the NFL. The Broncos would be able to solve their right tackle problem if they were to sign McGary.

2. Carolina Panthers - Bradley Bozeman, C

Bozeman was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens and signed a one-year deal with the Panthers for the 2022 season. He's an above-average center and would instantly give a boost to the Broncos' offensive interior.

3. New Orleans Saints - David Onyemata, DL

Denver's defensive line needs help even if they re-sign Dre'Mont Jones. Onyemata has obviously played for Sean Payton, so the fit makes sense. Obviously, the Saints have a bunch more free agents, but I think Onyemata might fill the most urgent need.

4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Donovan Smith, OT

The Buccaneers are expected to release Donovan Smith, but it's not official yet. Smith has been in the NFL for two years longer than Garett Bolles but is a year younger. He's had a solid career in the NFL and has started since being drafted.

He did have a rough 2022, but I like Smith as someone the Broncos can sign for cheaper than Bolles and who has a higher ceiling.