According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Denver Broncos have expressed interest in safety Su’a Cravens from the Washington Redskins.

Cravens was a second-round pick in the 2016 draft by Washington who played in only 11 games — and started three of them — in 2016. Cravens recorded 34 tackles, one sack, and five pass deflections.

As reported by Adam Schefter in December of 2017, Cravens resumed all football activities and plans to play next season.

Cravens decided late in the 2016 offseason to retire from football; a move that stunned the Redskins organization. Cravens was in line to start at one of the two safety spots, and hours later, he reversed his decision, but Washington was then skeptical about his desire to continue playing. He was on the NFI list for a short period of time before the Redskins placed him on the reserve/left squad list, barring him from play in 2017.

No deal has been reported as of yet, however the Broncos are reportedly the ‘most interested’ in Cravens. With the emergence of safety Will Parks, adding Cravenswould give the Broncos tremendous depth at safety behind starters Justin Simmons and Darian Stewart.