4:23 PM EDT, Tue June 25, 2019
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Bryce Callahan was arguably the best addition the Broncos made this offseason

Bryce Callahan will keep the slot position a strength for the Denver Broncos moving forward. After the first wave of free agency concluded, one surprising name who many thought would get a deal during that first wave remained unsigned. That player is former Chicago Bears cornerback, Bryce Callahan. He was coming off a bit of a breakout year for the Vic Fangio led Chicago Bears defense. He was a lockdown slot corner for them who ended up missing the final part of the regular season and postseason because of a foot injury. He eventually did his contract when he reunited with former Defensive...

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Bradley Chubb: The Second Most Valuable Bronco

The future. Bradley Chubb is the Denver Broncos second most valuable player in 2019. So after a long break for free agency and the draft, it’s time to turn our attention back to the Most Valuable Broncos. The scheme changes, draft, and free agency may change some of the final list. Remember that this is as much art as science, but to be as transparent as possible, I wanted to lay out how I made my list. There are 3 main aspects I considered: 1. Value to this year’s team and past performance. 2. Positional value 3. Salary compared to both past & expected future performance. All three...

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Could undrafted rookie Quinn Bailey be the Broncos swing tackle?

Could the undrafted rookie crack the 53-man roster as the teams swing tackle? The Denver Broncos addressed their starting right tackle position during free agency when they gave former Miami Dolphins first-round pick, Ja’Wuan James. He will pair with former Broncos first-round pick Garett Bolles as the teams starting tackles in 2019. This should be an improved unit, especially with Offensive Line guru Mike Munchak joining the Broncos coaching staff. However, the depth behind these two is a bit questionable, especially after losing versatile reserve Billy Turner during free agency to the...

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Broncos and Chris Harris Jr. have reached agreement on one-year deal

The Denver Broncos and Chris Harris Jr. have reached an agreement on a one-year deal to keep the star cornerback in Denver through the 2019 season. The contract saga between the Denver Broncos and Chris Harris Jr. has ended with a one-year deal to provide the star cornerback with a raise. Harris will receive $12.05 million in 2019, which was a nice bump from the $8.9 million he was originally scheduled to receive. That is $50,000 more than the Broncos offer to Kareem Jackson in free agency. “We have a lot of respect for Chris as a player and for everything he’s meant to our...