Moves the Denver Broncos Should Have Made This Offseason

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Moves the Denver Broncos Should Have Made This Offseason
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The Denver Broncos killed it during the 2014 offseason, having brought in high-caliber players at multiple positions. But there are still some moves they should have made to really put the team over the top.

While the 2014 squad looks terrific—on paper, at least—no team is perfect. The Broncos could have done just a little more to round out this year's product, so there are still a few things that are going to make fans a bit antsy as we move through training camp and into the season. 

It's worth noting that some of these moves were made for depth. Denver looks very, very good on the top end.

Peyton Manning. Demaryius Thomas. Aqib Talib. Von Miller. DeMarcus Ware. These guys have shown how good they can be when healthy, and they should all live up to that. 

However, last year showed that losing the depth battle can often cost a team. Miller and Chris Harris didn't play in the Super Bowl. Ryan Clady missed most of the entire year. These are big names, players who have an impact week in and week out, and their absence hurt the club.

To address the team's weaknesses, Denver should have made these moves.

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