Free Agency is still anyone's game. Although most of the big names have already found homes on new teams, there are still plenty of impact players left on the market. Denver still has many holes that need to be filled, and these five players would do wonders.
Free agency is the quickest way for a team to make the leap from pretender to contender, but Denver must be willing to go all out to make a drastic improvement from last year.
Yes. Terrell Owens. He is old and a know trouble maker, but McDaniels comes from a system that turned Randy Moss into a serious player (for the most part). He would add depth to a position that Denver has many question marks in. Owens is nearing the end of his career, so his focus will be more on winning than self promotion.
All that being said, he can still run with the best of them and would come at a very low price. Low risk, high reward for the team that grabs Owens
Denver is in desperate need of a DE that can play along side Dumervil and Taylor would be perfect. McDaniels has a close eye on the Miami Dolphins and has brought in numerous players from the team.
Taylor would add experience and speed to a line that is now MUCH bigger. Imagine a DL of Williams, Bannan, and Green with Taylor and Dumervil on the ends!
He is damage goods, but he can still play. For a team that struggled in the short yardage last year, Westbrook would be perfect. He would have 5-10 carries a game and would be able to move the chains with ease.
He would come at a low price and his leadership on Moreno wouldn't be a bad thing either. The trade of Peyton Hillis makes room for a third down back.
Sharper is one of the best at his position. He is always around the ball and he is a sound tackler. He would bring a leadership role to the defense along with a hard nose attitude.
Dawkins and Sharper in the backfield is an old combo, but a fierce one. This move would signal that Denver is looking to win now with a backfield of Bailey, Dawkins, Sharper, and Goodman. That is a very solid backfield.
Andra Davis is gone and McClain may not be around in the draft. Denver needs a solid inside linebacker to file the void. Enter Bulluck. A team captain and fearless player, Bulluck would give Denver it's first captain in the front seven since Al Wilson. He would be another player that could fill a hole without breaking the bank.
Imagine a defensive unit consisting of Dawkins, Bailey, Sharper, Bulluck, Dumervil, D.J., Bannan, Williams, Woodyard and others...