five teams have more cap space, and then they're also gonna cut Joe Flacco assuredly so they could be real movers and shakers.
I mean, some of their free agents they need to worry about.
On the defense side of the ball shall be Harris, Derek Wolfe, Justine Simons and, most notably, Chris Harris.
But they do have the resource is to keep that defense in place.
Um, will they add a veteran quarterback? Probably.
I mean, Drew Lock is promising, but still unproven.
There's a handful of good names out there to do it, and they have the cap space to add someone that's a stable backup.
If Locke were to stumble, they have the 15th pick in the first round.
They have an extra fourth rounder and they have 3/3 round picks.
So the Broncos have a lot of resource is to really improve their team.
I certainly expect them to get another receiver of note, which you team that guy with Lock and fans and Sutton.
They may have a really nice young nucleus in the passing game and as well as reinforcement, reinforcing the offensive line and sprinkling some defense to their plenty of things to do, but they have a lot of resource is to get it done.
The simple change.
Simple Champion Chiefs Only seven teams have less cap space in Kansas City.
They're probably gonna franchise Chris Jones.
But that's expensive as well.
Kendall Fuller's the next guy on the U.
F A list that they need to address.
They have a lot of other big name older veterans that are becoming free agents that I don't think we'll be priorities.
Of course, they have the last pick in the first round.
They do have an extra fourth round pick, so I don't know that they're gonna be able to, you know, enhance their Super Bowl roster.
But they got any reading pattern Holmes.
I think they'll be just fine.
The Raiders of the AO Las Vegas tons of cap space.
They're in a position with their under with their free agents that there really isn't anyone of note or someone that they have to bring back.
They got the 12th and 19th pick in the first round.
They don't have a second round pick, but they have 3/3.
I absolutely thinking number one receiver will be a priority and then tons of defense, but again, they got a lot of cap space.
I expected to be aggressive.
The extra first round pick.
The real question is, will it be Derek Carr, or will they kick the tires on Brady or another quarterback outside the organization? Might they use one of those first round picks on a quarterback? I think it's possible, eh? So that's something to monitor.
Then then this car become trade bait.
Well, see, I'm not sure that they'll be able to end up with a better option than CAR when it's all said and done.
Speaking of quarterback movement, the Chargers, it's clear now they're gonna move on from Philip Rivers.
They've got an awful lot of cap space, but they do have some big name free agents.
Hunter Henry's gonna be really difficult to keep.
Melvin Gordon is probably as good as gone.
Austin at colors are restricted.
Free agent will be back.
I would imagine who end up as the lead back.
They have six pick overall, and that absolutely looks like quarterback.
And if their guys in there one of the offensive tackles and neglected offensive line for so long and that is not help Philip Rivers case at all.
They also have an extra fourth round pick, so this team will obviously look different.
Will it be in a rebuild mode? Yeah, to some degree, because it will have a new quarterback.
Um, Tyrod Taylor could also hold down the fort for a little, but they really need to address the offensive line.
Maybe a defensive tackle sprinkled in as well.
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