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Two years ago, Randy Gregory receiving a 5-year contract that could be worth up to $70 million wouldn’t have been on anyone’s radar.
The guys celebrate the start of NFL Free Agency, discuss if the Broncos will be able to land a top-notch free agent, break down who those players could be, answer listener questions and much more.
Nearly one third of the Broncos' starters are set to hit free agency.
What are the chances of Denver re-signing these starters?
How will Denver replace them if they do leave?
George Paton is off and running as the Broncos' new GM.
All in all, Paton and the Broncos dropped over $150 million in contracts in the first few weeks of the NFL's new league year.
But what's been the best move of the offseason so far?
The first wave of free agency came and went with the Denver Broncos not making a move at quarterback. In fact, not even a peep on the QB front from George Paton's front office.
But that doesn't mean a move won't be made.
George Paton's first free agency leading the Denver Broncos is underway.
Here are the moves the Broncos and Paton have made to start off their 2021 campaign.
George Paton was a part of the Vikings' management team that drafted Xavier Rhodes in the first round eight years ago. Could Paton look to Rhodes again to rebuild the Broncos' cornerback corps?
Fortune favors the bold. Yes, the Vikings' bold QB moves in recent years didn't get them over the hump. But the moves made by a front office that included new Broncos GM George Paton allowed them to boast the NFL's fourth-highest passer rating over the last five seasons.
The Broncos only gave up a fourth-round pick for A.J. Bouye. But don’t be fooled by the trade. Despite only having to give up a fourth-round pick, Denver has sky-high expectations for their new cornerback.
Since free agency, and thus the trade window, unofficially opened on Mar. 16, Elway has landed three Pro Bowlers and a total of eight Pro Bowl appearances to his roster. That doesn't even include Graham Glasgow, who Elway committed the most money to this offseason.
The Colorado native has added plenty of flash to Denver’s running game the past two years. Elway and Fangio believe Flash Gordon will just add to that.
While Graham is open to playing either position, he politely hinted it's not the position he has a preference with, but more so the stability that is what's key—something he didn't have in Detroit.
On Tuesday, the Broncos agreed to trade their starting fullback Andy Janovich to the Cleveland Browns for a 2021 seventh-round pick, a sourced confirmed to DNVR.
Chris Harris Jr. doesn't top Mase's list, but it doesn't take long to get to the future Broncos Ring of Famer.