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  • Broncos786
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    It's about time to reconstruct, cut or trade away Von. His production is similar to Kerrigan but he is making a lot more.

    Miller(31 in Mar):
    9yrs
    135 gms
    106 sacks
    26 FF
    2 INT
    *46 tkl, 8 sacks in 15 gms 2019
    *$19M for 2020

    Ryan Kerrigan(31)
    9yrs
    140 gms
    90 sacks
    26 FF
    3 INT
    *25 tkl, 5.5 sack, 1FF in 12 gms 2019
    *$11.5M 2020

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  • -Rod-
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    Under the current CBA, the post-June designation will not be allowed this year:

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  • sgbfan
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    Originally posted by socalorado View Post

    Wow. If DEN can get to 100 MIL that would be awesome. Elway could rebuild this thing in one freaking offseason. That should be a no brainer to cut both those guys. They are dead weight at this point.
    I really think resigning Attaochu back is important too. He really came on as the year went on, and having a trio of Chubb-Von-Attaochu should be a priority, and with 100 MIL should be possible.
    They also have Reed and Hollins. OLB room is stacked. Maybe they move Hollins back inside permanently?

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  • DENVERDUI55
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    Sign Brockers and Shaq Thompson. Resign Harris, Simmons(tag if needed), McG. Cut Flaccid dick Davis. Sign a mid level CB and vet WR with speed.

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  • socalorado
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    Originally posted by fontaine View Post
    Cut Leary/Flacco giving us nearly $100M under the cap.

    Offense has to be the priority:
    1. Sign McGovern and move him to RG where he's best and sign a veteran Center in FA as a stopgap while we draft C/OT in the draft.
    2. Draft a deep threat/burner to give Lock another weapon.

    Defense:
    1. Sign Wolfe/Simmons/Parks/Shelby Harris.
    2. Gotsis was already replaced by Dre'Mont Jones as the rookie saw more and more snaps so he can walk but we need another DE/DT in the draft.
    3. See where Callahan is with his injury. If there's doubt about his status then we need to sign Chris Harris.

    Draft needs to go BPA with the following goals - OL/DL/DB/WR/RB/ILB and Punter.
    Wow. If DEN can get to 100 MIL that would be awesome. Elway could rebuild this thing in one freaking offseason. That should be a no brainer to cut both those guys. They are dead weight at this point.
    I really think resigning Attaochu back is important too. He really came on as the year went on, and having a trio of Chubb-Von-Attaochu should be a priority, and with 100 MIL should be possible.

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  • fontaine
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    Cut Leary/Flacco giving us nearly $100M under the cap.

    Offense has to be the priority:
    1. Sign McGovern and move him to RG where he's best and sign a veteran Center in FA as a stopgap while we draft C/OT in the draft.
    2. Draft a deep threat/burner to give Lock another weapon.

    Defense:
    1. Sign Wolfe/Simmons/Parks/Shelby Harris.
    2. Gotsis was already replaced by Dre'Mont Jones as the rookie saw more and more snaps so he can walk but we need another DE/DT in the draft.
    3. See where Callahan is with his injury. If there's doubt about his status then we need to sign Chris Harris.

    Draft needs to go BPA with the following goals - OL/DL/DB/WR/RB/ILB and Punter.

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  • socalorado
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    Originally posted by qbronco View Post

    Easier said than done. This team has shown to be very poor when evaluating and signing free agent Olinemen. I think I would rather they draft multiple Oline prospects (with Munchak’s approval) and use free agency to fill the skill positions.
    Like my incredibly awesome Mock/FA above.

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  • qbronco
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    Originally posted by Slade View Post
    I think our biggest need is CB. We can get a free agent OL. Draft a WR in the 2nd
    Easier said than done. This team has shown to be very poor when evaluating and signing free agent Olinemen. I think I would rather they draft multiple Oline prospects (with Munchak’s approval) and use free agency to fill the skill positions.

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  • CEH
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    Originally posted by Slade View Post
    I think our biggest need is CB. We can get a free agent OL. Draft a WR in the 2nd
    I like that . Draft a stud CB.

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  • Bigdawg26
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    Originally posted by socalorado View Post
    How bout something like this.

    RESIGN
    SHELBY HARRIS
    CONNOR MCGOVERN (G)
    JEREMIAH ATTAOCHU
    MIKE PURCELL RFA
    TIM PATRICK RFA
    DEVANTE BAUSBY RFA
    TREY MARSHALL ERFA
    JAKE ROGERS (G) ERFA

    TAG
    JUSTIN SIMMONS (11 MIL)

    FA
    ILB JOE SHOBERT (CLE)
    CB LOGAN RYAN (TENN)
    QB AJ MCCARRON (HOU)


    DRAFT
    1ST RND (15) - HENRY RUGGS WR BAMA
    1ST RND (25) - TYLER BIADASZ C WISC
    2ND RND (46) - JOSH JONES OT HOU
    3RD RND (79) - AJ TERRELL CB CLEM
    3RD RND (86) - TRADED W 2021 1ST AND 3RD TO MIA FOR 25
    3RD RND (92) - JACOB PHILLIPS ILB LSU
    4TH RND (120) - RASHARD LAWRENCE 3-4 DE LSU
    4TH RND (138) - NAJEE HARRIS RB BAMA
    6TH RND (194) - DAVID REESE ILB FLA
    6TH RND (216) - HUNTER BRYANT TE WASH
    7TH RND (230) - TREVON MCSWAIN DT/NT DUKE
    7TH RND (253) - COLTON JACKSON OT ARK
    As a diehard LSU fan and watched every game, The LSU LBs are not that good this year. They are no Debo Jones or Kwan Alexander this year. Phillips is okay but nothing special. Chassion is overrated and will test well but won’t translate as a pass rusher. The D lineman like Lawrence are good run stuffers but little in pass rush. The DBs are awesome like Delpit and Fulton. Delpit is a Justin Simmons clone. I think Fulton is a solid 2nd or 3rd round pick. A hidden gem in the mid rounds is the OG Damien Lewis. He’s going to be a nice starting guard in the league. Also, Jefferson would be another great late 1st-early 2nd pick. He would be a perfect pick for us. He’s got very good size and speed that can line up in the slot and burn people deep.

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  • socalorado
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    How bout something like this.

    RESIGN
    SHELBY HARRIS
    CONNOR MCGOVERN (G)
    JEREMIAH ATTAOCHU
    MIKE PURCELL RFA
    TIM PATRICK RFA
    DEVANTE BAUSBY RFA
    TREY MARSHALL ERFA
    JAKE ROGERS (G) ERFA

    TAG
    JUSTIN SIMMONS (11 MIL)

    FA
    ILB JOE SHOBERT (CLE)
    CB LOGAN RYAN (TENN)
    QB AJ MCCARRON (HOU)


    DRAFT
    1ST RND (15) - HENRY RUGGS WR BAMA
    1ST RND (25) - TYLER BIADASZ C WISC
    2ND RND (46) - JOSH JONES OT HOU
    3RD RND (79) - AJ TERRELL CB CLEM
    3RD RND (86) - TRADED W 2021 1ST AND 3RD TO MIA FOR 25
    3RD RND (92) - JACOB PHILLIPS ILB LSU
    4TH RND (120) - RASHARD LAWRENCE 3-4 DE LSU
    4TH RND (138) - NAJEE HARRIS RB BAMA
    6TH RND (194) - DAVID REESE ILB FLA
    6TH RND (216) - HUNTER BRYANT TE WASH
    7TH RND (230) - TREVON MCSWAIN DT/NT DUKE
    7TH RND (253) - COLTON JACKSON OT ARK

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  • Slade
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    I think our biggest need is CB. We can get a free agent OL. Draft a WR in the 2nd

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  • CEH
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    Originally posted by strafen View Post

    We often overlook our local talent, but for some reason the Steelers traditionally drafted CU players more than NFL team I can think off.
    We -the broncos- have changed that a little bit and have gone for the local schools like Ty Sambraillo from CSU, and of course Phillip Lindsay from CU, and this year CU has a stud at wide receiver Laviska Shenault 6-2 220#
    he’s a junior and he may have declared himself available for the draft, don’t quote me on that-
    Anyway, he’s a very talented receiver, his stats don’t do him justice for what he actually does on the field.
    He could be had in later rounds, not sure where his stock is actually at...
    Laviska has been mocked late first.
    his medicals may push him down a bit

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  • strafen
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    Originally posted by IndelibleScribe View Post

    One of my favorite WR's in the draft. Just not sure where his draft stock will land. Is he Harry or does he fall like Strong?
    We often overlook our local talent, but for some reason the Steelers traditionally drafted CU players more than NFL team I can think off.
    We -the broncos- have changed that a little bit and have gone for the local schools like Ty Sambraillo from CSU, and of course Phillip Lindsay from CU, and this year CU has a stud at wide receiver Laviska Shenault 6-2 220#
    he’s a junior and he may have declared himself available for the draft, don’t quote me on that-
    Anyway, he’s a very talented receiver, his stats don’t do him justice for what he actually does on the field.
    He could be had in later rounds, not sure where his stock is actually at...

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  • IndelibleScribe
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    Originally posted by mhgaffney View Post
    Denver may well draft a stud OT in the first round. At that point, the top need is WR. Here's a scouting report on a prospect who will probably be there in the second round.

    His name: Brandon Aiyuk. He has the good hands, the moves, the speed, and evidently the hunger to succeed. Aiyuk scored the game changing TD that beat Oregon, some weeks ago.

    Aiyuk would complement Sutton. He has the speed to get behind coverage.

    2020 NFL Draft: Arizona State WR Brandon Aiyuk scouting report

    https://nflmocks.com/2019/12/14/2020...-aiyuk-report/
    One of my favorite WR's in the draft. Just not sure where his draft stock will land. Is he Harry or does he fall like Strong?

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