Reassessing Broncos' Offseason Plan and Breaking Down What's Left to Address

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Reassessing Broncos' Offseason Plan and Breaking Down What's Left to Address
Ed Andrieski

The Denver Broncos have seen a good amount of turnover since their 2013 season ended in Super Bowl XLVIII.

In spite of that turnover, the Broncos look poised to repeat as AFC Champions.

Despite losing key players such as Champ Bailey, Wesley Woodyard, Zane Beadles and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, the Broncos have brought in such names as DeMarcus Ware, T.J. Ward, Aqib Talib and Emmanuel Sanders.

The team has managed to retain a strong defensive backfield by bringing in a couple of big names along with re-signing cornerback Chris Harris Jr.

The Broncos have also watched their leading sack specialist from 2013, Shaun Phillips, sign a free-agent deal with the Tennessee Titans. Phillips will be replaced in the starting lineup by superstar end Ware from the Dallas Cowboys.

Although the Broncos have managed to fill key voids through free agency, the franchise still has two major voids—at middle linebacker and left guard—that they will have to address through the 2014 NFL draft.

Over the past several days, the Broncos signed head coach John Fox to a three-year extension.

Here are five key aspects the Broncos will need to reassess as they march toward the draft.

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