Denver Broncos look to get back to Super Bowl with offseason moves

The Denver Broncos entered the offseason with one goal in mind: Get back to the Super Bowl. The team believes that the moves they have made this offseason will help them do just that.

The last time the Denver Broncos made the playoffs, they had future Hall-Of-Famer Peyton Manning steering the ship. Manning had some monster seasons with the Denver Broncos, but the team has not found the same success since Manning’s retirement in 2016.

As highlighted by fellow PFN Writer Andres Maldonado, the team has gone in many directions while trying to replace Manning. Denver has spent multiple selections on potential successors. There were early round picks such as Paxton Lynch, who was the team’s first rounder in 2016 following Manning’s retirement. Lynch competed with seventh-round draft pick Trevor Siemien and lost out on the starting job entering the 2016 and 2017 seasons. What followed was mediocrity, injuries, and turnovers from both Siemien and Lynch during this time. These issues would eventually lead to the team signing Vikings playoff hero Case Keenum before the 2018 season. The Broncos held high hopes for Keenum last season, signing him to a two year, $36 million dea

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