With the 2017 NFL draft finished and the Broncos now moving toward additional offseason workouts, it’s time to sit down and evaluate the roster as it stands.
Of course, the Broncos made one post-draft free agent move by signing street free agent Jamaal Charles to a one-year deal. I like the signing of Charles because it adds a veteran presence to the running back corps and gives the Broncos more versatility, provided Charles is healthy.
But could there be other moves coming? And do we have an idea about what positional battles are likely to happen when training camp arrives?
Let’s sit down and look at the Broncos’ roster as it currently stands. There are a few things we should notice immediately about what to expect for the remainder of the offeseason and for training camp. I will list players by position, in no particular order per position.
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With the 2017 NFL Draft in the books, most of the UDFAs generally known, and Bradley Roby’s fifth year option has been exercised, there’s enough in place to take the earliest reasonable look at a few contractual aspects worth keeping an eye out for the Broncos with regard to 2018. Continue reading Looking Ahead To The Broncos’ 2018 Offseason