Best and Worst Moves the Denver Broncos Made in Free Agency

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Best and Worst Moves the Denver Broncos Made in Free Agency
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With most of the big moves done in free agency, it’s time to look back on the job the Denver Broncos have done so far this offseason.

General manager John Elway uses free agency to add starters. This time of year, Elway is looking to fill holes on the roster with quality players. Elway uses the draft to select the best players available at each position in order to build quality depth.

Free agency is fast and furious. Players sign in a whirlwind of activity as soon as the period begins. When the floodgates are open, sometimes it’s difficult to keep up with all the moves that happen.

The Broncos had a plan before the start of free agency. They were willing to let all of their own players hit the open market. Allowing players to test the waters meant some tough decisions had to be made.

Denver then went to the open market with a plan to upgrade several positions. They’ve done that with all of their free-agent additions, but not every transaction has been a positive one.

Here’s a look at the best and worst moves the Broncos have made in free agency.

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