Denver Broncos' 5 Best and Worst Moves of the 2012 Offseason

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Denver Broncos' 5 Best and Worst Moves of the 2012 Offseason
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As NFL minicamps are underway and the dust begins to settle after one of the most productive offseasons in history, it's time to take stock of what the Denver Broncos have accomplished since the conclusion of the 2011 season, which saw their first playoff appearance in six years.

The Broncos have certainly been major players in the offseason, captivating national attention with blockbuster trades, like that of Tim Tebow, and unprecedented free-agent signings, like that of Peyton Manning.  

Combine that with a laundry list of additional free-agent signings, as well as the acquisition of seven new draft picks, and the Broncos are already a much different team than fans saw in January.

The following slides rank the five best moves the Broncos made during the offseason, as well as the five worst moves the Broncos made during the offseason. Feel free to agree or disagree in the comments and thanks for reading along.

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