With OTAs set to kick off across the NFL on April 19, the Denver Broncos' players revealed via statement that they'll skip this voluntary program. Denver's players, under direction of the NFLPA, cited COVID-19 concerns as the reason for their refusal to show up. This, after the same players (for the most part) showed up every single day to the Broncos' UCHealth Training Facility last fall, going through the team's rigorous COVID-19 safety and security protocols.
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Though a season-ending injury to wideout Courtland Sutton and an up-and-down season from quarterback Drew Lock hampered the offense's performance, the Broncos enter 2021 with a young collection of great talent on offense. In 2021, the other side of the ball could feel the love. Denver's additions in free agency were mostly on defense, as they signed cornerbacks Ronald Darby and Kyle Fuller.