The Denver Broncos should target Amari Cooper in free agency:

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Author: Jon Kuzma

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The Denver Broncos finished the 2019 season with some optimism. Drew Lock burst onto the scene and started to fix some of the problems that have plagued their offense after Peyton Manning retired. And now it makes sense for John Elway to get his new quarterback another wide receiver to really optimize Lock’s potential. Clearly the best option would be targeting Amari Cooper in free agency. That addition would drastically improve Denver’s ability to put points on the board. We’ve already seen how much better Cooper was able to make the Cowboys. But unfortunately it feels like Dallas is starting to stall out and that’s why they missed the playoffs. Whereas the Broncos are finally starting to get past their struggles and Cooper could be the piece that turns them into a winner.

Then you have to take into consideration how good Courtland Sutton has been. By pairing up Sutton and Cooper it’ll be so much harder to key in on one of those guys. And it’s going to force those safeties and corners to back up a little bit which should open up some running lanes for Phillip Lindsay. You also have to acknowledge how much it would do for morale. Once the players start to see how far the front office is willing to go in order to win. They’ll reciprocate those efforts by being much more motivated. Therefore signing Amari Cooper is a no brainer for this organization.

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