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Yeah, I know Champ Bailey is about to be a free agent. I understand that the Broncos could probably use a corner...but the Broncos will forgo that for a later round and go for Alabama running back Mark Ingram.
Denver has a long history of a great running backs, but this year, their running game stalled and sputtered as Knowshon Moreno had trouble staying healthy, Correll Buckhalter couldn't produce on a steady level and their third best running back was LenDale White.
All this, while 2008 draft picks Ryan Torain and Peyton Hillis are succeeding on other football teams.
The Broncos have their quarterback of the future. They have a solid offensive line, great offensive weapons and, with the right coordinator, their defense can return to being good, if not great.
Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Mike Mularkey has been rumored for the head coaching job and if there's one thing he likes, it's a strong running game. The Falcons picked up Michael Turner from the Chargers and Turner has become a huge part of their offense.
A backfield that included Mark Ingram and quarterback Tim Tebow would be a nightmare for teams to game plan for, as Ingram is a powerful, fast running back that can break tackles and take it to the end zone. And Tebow...well, he's much the same, only he can throw the ball as well.
The Broncos, for all intents and purposes, have a solid, mostly young football team. Adding a powerful running back could help them get back to the top of the AFC West with time.