Las Vegas Raiders 2022 opponent offseason review: Denver Broncos
Just like on defense, the Broncos didn’t feel like they needed to make a multitude of changes either sure they needed a new tight end after trading Noah Fant away to the Seattle Seahawks to do that they have third year tight end Albert Okwuegbunam and rookie Greg Dulcich battling it out in training camp.
So while they did not make a ton of moves on offense, they certainly made a huge one, trading for Russell Wilson.
Now, they have to feel like they have their final piece of the puzzle after acquiring Wilson, who has over 37,000 passing yards and nearly 300 touchdown passes in his cBowl-winninger Bowl winning quarterback, Wilson has a career passer ating over 101 and is by far their best signal-caller since Peyton Manning.
The Broncos also resigned running back Melvin Gordon instead of handing the number one job to second year running back Javonte Williams. Gordon played in and started 16 games for the Broncos last season and even while splitting carries with Williams he still almost reached the 1,000 yard mark finishing with 918 yards and eight touchdowns.