Tag: Jake Butt
Zooming out to give an overview of the Broncos' tight end position before the offseason. Denver looks to finally have found a star there.
Corey Nelson, a former Broncos linebacker, was brought back in by the team to possibly start immediately due to Todd Davis' injury. A whole host of injuries sent Drew Lock, Jake Butt and Theo Riddick to the Injured Reserve, too.
In the 2019 season, it's not enough for the Broncos' tight ends to be healthy. They have to be good.
Jeff Heuerman, Jake Butt and Noah Fant; the Broncos tight end group is loaded with talent. All three will have to impress during camp to win the starting job.
Two years after being drafted, Jake Butt finds himself at a fork in the road. Will he bounce back from his third ACL tear, or will he be looking for work elsewhere come September?
With rookies coming for their jobs, if the 2017 class doesn't step up, they could all be elsewhere before the 2020 season.
Looking at the Broncos current tight end group and what moves they could potentially make over the offseason to improve the position.