This time Broncos' offseason plan will have more local flavor
...the Denver Broncos will have enough room in 2015 to try to attack the long list of their own free agents and perhaps make a quality late signing or two to fill in the gaps. But a splash like last year’s is not in the cards this time around.
Combining a significant amount of cap space, as many as four comp picks, changes to both the offensive and defensive schemes, and John Elway's aggressive nature, we're not buying Legwold's take. With those comp picks (which are untradeable), we could see the team trading their own picks to move up for a rookie starter to replace someone like Rahim Moore, Orlando Franklin, or Terrance Knighton.