1. Offensive Line
3. Running Back
Whether they like it or not, this team is pot-committed to quarterback Russell Wilson for at least another two seasons. Their mission needs to be putting the most amount of support around and in front of him with economic, rookie contracts.
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Depth Chart Fantasy Impact
The Broncos made perhaps the biggest move of the offseason, swinging a trade for QB Russell Wilson. His numbers were down last year, largely due to a right middle finger injury suffered in October that required surgery and forced him to miss 3 games. Expect Wilson to bounce back this season – and be a big upgrade over last year’s Teddy Bridgewater/Drew Lock duo.
Denver sent TE Noah Fant to Seattle in the Wilson trade. He’ll be replaced by some combination of Albert Okwuegbunam and 3rd-round rookie Greg Dulcich. Okwuegbunam is a size/speed freak and has flashed in limited action over the past 2 seasons. Dulcich is a bit undersized at 243 pounds but racked up 68 catches, 1,242 yards and 10 TDs over his final 2 seasons at UCLA.
The Broncos re-signed RB Melvin Gordon in April to again tag-team the backfield with RB Javonte Williams. WRs Jerry Jeudy, Courtland Sutton, Tim Patrick and K.J. Hamler return from last year’s squad.
Denver also returns 4 of 5 starters on the offensive line. Former Packer Billy Turner is slated to replace Bobby Massie at RT.
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