As the Denver Broncos prepare for the 2020 season, they’ll have a fresh face leading their offense. With Drew Locke as their potential franchise quarterback, Denver will surely be looking to surround him with weapons this offseason.
Wideout Courtland Sutton popped in his second year with Denver, earning himself a Pro Bowl nod. Running back Phillip Lindsay and tight end Noah Fant are also young, exciting play makers who should help Locke’s development in year two.
They’re lacking a true no. 2 receiver, though, so look for Denver to add a receiver or two this offseason. One name to keep an eye on in free agency, is New York Jets wideout Robby Anderson.
He could potentially be a great fit in Denver’s offensive arsenal.