Heading into his third season, Broncos safety Will Parks is looking forward to eventually meeting his soon-to-be new teammates while also working hard to become a starter.

In an interview with Danny Williams and Benny Bash on Mile High Sports AM 1340 | FM 104.7, Parks shared his take on what decisions the Broncos could make in the upcoming draft, and how the current players are working hard to stay strong.

“I mean that’s what the front office is for — we have one of the best in the league, one of the best quarterbacks to play here, like a legend here. John Elway, he makes all the right decisions. We know what they’re going to do in the front office, you know we’ve got people to try and get the right people in our organization, and we’re pretty excited,” Parks said.

Adding a no-doubt starting quarterback is one of the Broncos’ top priorities, and Parks wants someone who will always be on their game. “Let me tell you something, the biggest thing that I noticed in this league is that when things are going well, you still have to be prepared to make the right decision at all times, and that’s as simple as it gets,” Parks said.

However, Parks is also confident in the Broncos’ current team members, and he believes that they are training hard to improve — and to flip the script from a season that saw them finish a disappointing 5-11.

“Paxton Lynch [is] out there training in Florida or wherever he’s at he’s getting it [done] right now. I’ve seen Trevor Siemian in the physical training room about two days ago; he’s getting his shoulder right. There’s a lot of good things going on with the quarterback that we have now, but like I said, the front office will definitely be the ones that decide,” Parks said.

Parks is also looking to improve his play. He has also been training and working hard to improve his skills, and hopes to challenge for a starting position as soon as this fall. He knows that there is a lot of work to come, but overall, he is just thankful to be a Bronco.

“I’m here now though, so I’m blessed in this opportunity each and every day. I pray to be able to wake up and go be a Denver Bronco, be in the National Football League and being able to represent my family in that way. As long as I’m here, as long as I’m alive and doing what I love, I really can’t complain,” Parks said.

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