The Denver Broncos enter the season with Super Bowl hopes after several key additions and changes this summer. That hasn't stopped them from making some moves to bolster the roster ahead of the 2021 campaign kicking off.
Another trade could be on the horizon given the team's strong depth at cornerback.
Bryce Callahan Trade
Sixth-year pro Bryce Callahan has been linked to trade rumors in the lead up to the regular season. Denver signed both Ronald Darby and Kyle Fuller in free agency, and drafted promising rookie Patrick Surtain with the No. 8 pick, which has led Callahan to slide down the depth chart.
Callahan has carved out an impressive role for himself after going undrafted in 2015. He registered 29 starts and 45 games played in four seasons with the Chicago Bears before landing in Denver. Across 10 starts last year, Callahan racked up 5 pass breakups, 2 interceptions and a fumble recovery.
The vet is clearly talented, but teams are trimming positions that are deep to have flexibility at the start of the year. The Broncos' current CB depth means the former starter is likely the odd one out.
Denver owns +156 odds to make the playoffs this season, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
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