What’s Next For The Broncos In Free Agency?

By Patrick Knight on March 18, 2020
DENVER, CO – NOVEMBER 25: Quarterback Case Keenum #4 of the Denver Broncos drops back to pass in a general view in the second quarter of a game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Broncos Stadium at Mile High on November 25, 2018 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)

The Broncos made a move in free agency this week. They took care of the interior offensive line by signing former Lions center/guard Graham Glasgow.

He agreed to terms on a four-year contract worth $44 million. The deal includes $26 million in guaranteed money and helps the Broncos at the right guard position.

Adding Glasgow was a good move by the Broncos. It’s not necessarily a “splashy” signing, but Glasgow can step in and start right away for the Broncos, providing an upgrade over last year’s starting right guard Ron Leary. If need be, Glasgow can step in and start at center, too.

So, what’s next for the Broncos? Let’s take a look.


All About D.J.

The team had a top target in Texans defensive tackle D.J. Reader. The first day of legal tampering came and went without the Broncos adding the talented defensive lineman. Good thing is, nobody else was able to sign him away either.

The Broncos are working diligently to get something done with Reader and we could see something get finalized on Tuesday. Reader is more than just a run-stuffer in the middle of the line. He’s got the ability to move outside to defensive end and create pressure on the quarterback. Reader is exactly the type of defensive lineman the Broncos need in the Vic Fangio defense.


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