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The Denver Broncos are going all-in to get back to the playoffs next season.
They already hired a new head coach in Sean Payton who is going to be tasked with fixing the offense.
But, for Russell Wilson to be at his best he will need to have good offensive line play.
Denver has made a big move to improve their offensive line in signing former San Francisco 49ers offensive lineman Mike McGlinchey.
According to Ian Rapoport, the Broncos are giving McGlinchey a massive five-year contract.
Source: The #Broncos are giving RT Mike McGlinchey a massive 5 year deal worth $87.5M with over $50M guaranteed a
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 13, 2023
The deal will not be finalized until Wednesday when the new league year begins.
The former first-round pick has been a good right tackle during his time with the 49ers.
It should not be a surprise that he landed such a big contract.
This is why players like to hit free agency because desperate teams are willing to pay big money.
Playing in the AFC West, the Broncos will need to load up their roster.
Having to face the Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers, and Las Vegas Raiders will not be an easy task.
All three of those teams are good and Denver will have to score points to win these games.
It will be interesting to see what other moves the Broncos look to make.
McGlinchey is a good start, but they need more to be able to contend in the AFC.
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