Denver Broncos: Breaking Down Why They Have Had an Exceptional Offseason

March 16, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Denver Broncos suffered a terrible end to their 2012 season, and John Elway and the front office are determined not to let it happen again. 
And how did they show that? By going out and making genius free agent moves.
Denver signed Wes Welker and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie on cheap deals while signing offensive lineman Louis Vasquez to another deal not worth a ton of money. Welker is one of the league's best receivers, while Rodgers-Cromartie is one of the most talented corners in the league. Vasquez can be a key cog in Denver's strong offensive line, which has a crucial job: to protect Peyton Manning.
Oh, and none of those guys signed for more than $6 million per year.
Welker wasn't wanted and was, in a way, disrespected by the New England Patriots. To solve that problem, he went to Denver. The Broncos are a perfect fit for Welker, and a lot of that is because of Manning. Welker thrived with Tom Brady and works very well with good quarterbacks, and D...

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