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Denver Broncos 2018 offseason moves

Denver, CO, USA; Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller (58) passes rushes in the second quarter against the Dallas Cowboys at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

The Denver Broncos are another on the list of teams to address a need to their quarterback room, whether bridging the gap on a potential young signal-caller with a short-term fix, or a viable option to carry them through the next several seasons. Denver brought in Case Keenum, fresh off a career year with the Minnesota Vikings, who pushed all the way to the NFC Championship Game in 2017. They also brought in fellow former Vikings CB Tramaine Brock and former Buccaneers DI Clinton McDonald to help fill certain losses and add depth.

The Broncos shipped out a perennial Pro Bowler in Aqib Talib but made a trade to bring in safety Su'a Cravens. There are several different directions this Denver team can go in the 2018 NFL Draft, whether it's bolstering areas of need in the secondary or adding playmakers on offense or whether it's bringing in the future of the franchise at quarterback or improving their offensive line, their offseason is far from over.

With all of that in mind, what do PFF Senior Analysts Steve Palazzolo and Sam Monson think of their offseason so far?

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