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I'm a big Eddie Royal fan, but it has been disappointing to see how much the wide receiver has regressed over the past two or three years.
He is rarely open and rarely thrown to, catching just 19 balls and a single touchdown in 2012.
However, Royal may have some value as a special team returner, where he has proven to be very dangerous. If the Broncos can add a top wide receiver it will help Royal gain some production back.
Good in the community and in the locker room, Royal should be re-signed to a modest contract.
The Broncos seem to like defensive tackle Brodrick Bunkley. Another tackle who is solid against the run but has no chance of getting to the quarterback in the passing game. He will at least provide depth.
Linebacker Wesley Woodyard could eventually be a starter but he is backing up D.J. Williams. Expect the Broncos to re-sign Woodyard as the next in line to Williams who will be 30 this summer.
Fullback Spencer Larsen is solid and willing to play special teams as well. The Broncos will most likely keep Larsen.