5 potential landing spots for Cowboys OT La’el Collins
2. Denver Broncos
This week, it was announced that 9x Pro Bowler Russell Wilson would be heading to the Denver Broncos. With a veteran quarterback at the helm, the offensive line now seems to be one of the Broncos’ only issues heading into 2022. Garrett Bolles is good at his job, but tackle Bobby Massie is about to hit the free market and is 33 years old. Now that Denver has a real chance at a Super Bowl, they need to do all they can to ramp up their roster.
Trading for Wilson certainly lost them a lot of draft picks, but there are other players that they could use to tempt Jones into doing a trade for Collins. In Seattle, Wilson, who is an incredibly mobile quarterback, was constantly held back by the fact that his offensive line couldn’t protect him. Denver needs to avoid letting the same thing happen in the Mile High City. There’s just no way they would give up that much to let Wilson fail.
The Broncos could do what the Rams did last year and trade for a variety of guys to secure a Championship-level team. With left guard, left tackle, and center decently covered, adding a right tackle would put Denver in a great place.