And of the six players the Broncos have signed from the open market to this point, including defensive end Shelby Harris and safety Kareem Jackson who were both with the Broncos last season, five were on defense. Running back Mike Boone, signed to a relatively low impact two-year, $3.85 million deal, is the only player on offense the Broncos have signed in the first month of free agency.
With the NFL Draft less than a month away, it feels like the biggest question hanging over the Denver Broncos is what George Paton will choose to do at quarterback. Now that all the best options in free agency are long gone, there’s only three real options in front of him: I’ve already shared how I view the options ahead of the Broncos, but I think it’s time to take a look at how the decision could impact the whole roster.
When you set aside all the polarizing opinions that exist throughout the fanbase, the signs all point to Denver Broncos' GM George Paton having a significant interest in acquiring QB Teddy Bridgewater from the Carolina Panthers. The recent arrival of Sam Darnold in Carolina means Bridgewater will now be made available for trade, and when you combine his sudden availability with his notable past history, the match is undeniable.