NFL free agency kicks off on March 13 and the Denver Broncos are expected to have enough salary cap space to sign a few key players. On the offensive side, should Sean Payton target top backup quarterbacks such as Jameis Winston, Baker Mayfield, Jimmy Garoppolo and Teddy Bridgewater to sit behind Russell Wilson? Or should the Broncos focus on top offensive lineman such as Orlando Brown, Mike McGlinchey or Kaleb McGary? Or should George Paton set his sights on a running back such as Miles Sanders or Kareem Hunt?
The Saints are unlikely to let Jameis Winston slip through their fingers. But if they do, the Broncos might be wise to give the boom-or-bust QB a look.
As George Paton moves to Denver, all options are on the table for who the Broncos' next quarterback will be.
If other quarterback options present themselves to John Elway this offseason, who is the best option out there? If Drew Lock is, in fact, the Broncos’ guy next year, what backup should they land?
In just two moves during the offseason, John Elway addressed an issue with the team he personally identified.
Four games, four wins and an NFL-best nine-game win streak in all for your Denver Broncos. We dig into the significant stats and notable numbers following Sunday's triumph in Tampa.