On Thursday, the Denver Broncos made a big-time addition to their pass rush by signing former Kansas City Chiefs’ edge rusher Frank Clark. It appears the signing is in reaction to Baron Browning’s offseason surgery that could sideline him longer than initially expected. Will Clark be Vance Joseph’s starting linebacker alongside Randy Gregory? What are the expectations for Clark this year? Additionally, the Broncos are being connected to Dalvin Cook, who is expected to be officially released from the Minnesota Vikings on Friday. How Sean Payton utilize Cook? What would this mean for Javonte Williams and Samaje Perine?
The Denver Broncos wrapped up their third week of OTA practices on Thursday. Minutes after Sean Payton wrapped up practice, George Paton and the team signed former Kansas City Chief pass rusher Frank Clark to a one-year deal worth up to $7.5 million. Additionally, we found out that Baron Browning had surgery this offseason and that’s why he hasn’t been at OTAs. Will Clark be able to fill in for Browning effectively? What does this mean for Randy Gregory, Nik Bonitto and Jonathon Cooper? The Broncos also will reportedly have interest in Dalvin Cook. What does this mean for Javonte Williams? The DNVR Broncos Crew was at the practice and talked to Sean Payton after. They break down the biggest takeaways from Russell Wilson, Jerry Jeudy, Pat Surtain II, Randy Gregory and Justin Simmons. Now that OTAs are completed, the team looks toward mandatory minicamp taking place next week.
Former Arizona Cardinals receiver DeAndre Hopkins and current Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook could both be free agents soon. Would it make sense for the Denver Broncos to go after either, or both? With Javonte Williams’ health still up in the air, should George Paton sign his former running back to pair with Williams? Would there be room in the receivers room to add Hopkins with Jerry Jeudy, Courtland Sutton, Tim Patrick and Marvin Mims? Or does it matter because of what Sean Payton could do to utilize all of the talent? Additionally, if Denver doesn’t sign either, would it be worse for the Broncos if Hopkins or Cook signed with the Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers or Las Vegas Raiders?
Teddy Bridgwater knows what a dominant running back looks like. In fact, he's been teammates with Pro Bowler Dalvin Cook, All-Pro Alvin Kamara and All-Pro Christian McCaffrey.
He believes he's next to another very special back in Denver.
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But don't sleep on Mike Boone. The Broncos won't be.
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