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  • Glasgow restructure? Possible move to Center?

    Hopefully with this news of him agreeing to his Minimum Gaurantee of 3.1 million they will have him move to Center.

    Get ready Lloyd , you may have just lost your job.

    If nothing else, Glasgow can back up Center and Gaurd.

    But the Belly should start and Muti Glasgow and Risner should compete.

    Broncos are set at Interior next year.

    And for the love of GOD, do not let Schlotmann anywhere near the facility ever again...

  • #2
    Originally posted by wolf754life View Post
    Hopefully with this news of him agreeing to his Minimum Gaurantee of 3.1 million they will have him move to Center.

    Get ready Lloyd , you may have just lost your job.

    If nothing else, Glasgow can back up Center and Gaurd.

    But the Belly should start and Muti Glasgow and Risner should compete.

    Broncos are set at Interior next year.

    And for the love of GOD, do not let Schlotmann anywhere near the facility ever again...
    When I saw this my first was heard moving to center.

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    • #3
      I am curious to see what offensive scheme the next HC employs. Also curious to see if he keeps Munchak on.

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      • #4
        Kind of seems to me like 3 million dollars wasted. Glasgow is oft injured and doesn’t play that well when he’s healthy. The whole OL needs to be revamped.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by qbronco View Post
          Kind of seems to me like 3 million dollars wasted. Glasgow is oft injured and doesn’t play that well when he’s healthy. The whole OL needs to be revamped.
          The Broncos would have owed him $3M in dead money in '22 and '23 had they cut him outright.

          But I agree, the future of the OL is certainly in flux. I don't think Muti's going to be a long-term guy and Risner doesn't deserve a second contract. Cushenberry's third-year is basically make or break (IMHO), and they don't have one legitimate RT in the fold and hardly a swing tackle. They can do better than Calvin Anderson as an RFA option as a back-up.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Requiem View Post

            The Broncos would have owed him $3M in dead money in '22 and '23 had they cut him outright.

            But I agree, the future of the OL is certainly in flux. I don't think Muti's going to be a long-term guy and Risner doesn't deserve a second contract. Cushenberry's third-year is basically make or break (IMHO), and they don't have one legitimate RT in the fold and hardly a swing tackle. They can do better than Calvin Anderson as an RFA option as a back-up.
            They will have some great Right Tackle options in the 2nd round this year that can start right away.

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            • #7
              I don't think it has anything to do with Cush. That's a great number for a vet like GG even if he sits the bench or is a part timer. Really it came down to Glasgow wanting to stay in Colorado for at least another year. Paton seems pretty adept at getting players at value.

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              • #8
                If the broncos don't select a tackle early in the draft, then they should try Risner at right tackle. I don't think Multi is ready to start due to his pass protection skills. Need a good 7 olineman anyway since guys are going to be out sometimes during the season. The belly should be starting no matter what.

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                • #9
                  I think cush did improve this year. If he makes a similar jump he will be in the top 1/3 of centers and worth keeping on. He needs to go with the belly and throw around some trees this summer.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by uplink View Post
                    If the broncos don't select a tackle early in the draft, then they should try Risner at right tackle. I don't think Multi is ready to start due to his pass protection skills. Need a good 7 olineman anyway since guys are going to be out sometimes during the season. The belly should be starting no matter what.
                    No, they really shouldn’t. And won’t.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by uplink View Post
                      I think cush did improve this year. If he makes a similar jump he will be in the top 1/3 of centers and worth keeping on. He needs to go with the belly and throw around some trees this summer.
                      Yeah, I think the problem with Cush is that I expected him to come in and dominate day one. That didn't happen. And while he has improved significantly from his rookie season, he's not the all pro player that I had been expecting when watching him in college. I think that he is good enough that we can still prioritize other positions over upgrading our center, but he has been a disappointment relative to the expectations I had for him.

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