The Denver Broncos enter the season with a target on their backs.
As the offseason comes to a close and we enter training camp, the Broncos have only added more pieces to that 'stacked' roster.
The Broncos signed guard Louis Vasquez as their first free agent signing. Vasquez has not drawn a penalty since the 2010 season.
After signing Vasquez, the Broncos signed former Pro Bowl cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. Cromartie is expected to start opposite of Champ Bailey, while Chris Harris moves back to his more natural position, covering receivers in the slot.
That list does include draftees who figure to make a major impact during their rookie seasons—defensive tackle Sylvester Williams, running back Montee Ball and defensive end Quanterus Smith come to mind.
The Broncos are one of the elite teams in the league, coming off of a league-best 13-3 season in 2012.
Denver fans know what to expect out of the Broncos this season, but what should all fans know about the 2013 Denver Broncos?