The Denver Broncos can claw their way back into contention with a solid 2021 NFL Draft.
The Denver Broncos under new General Manager George Paton have done just about everything we could ask for to improve this roster in free agency without totally breaking the bank to do so. On Broncos Country Tonight, Ray Crockett joined the show to talk about those moves and one thing that he obviously loved was what the team did to get better in the secondary.
We’ve talked about it here on this site, but I thought it would be fun to compare the last year’s secondary to this what they have on paper today. The 2020 list is in order of snaps played on defense, so I stopped adding guys when I got to the sixth defensive back on the list.
Crockett and Broncos Country have good reason to feel excited about the defense this year and the secondary is a big part of that.
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“I’m just going to come out here and do my job to the best of my ability,” Stephen said.
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