Last updated 23 January 2021
- CB – There is a high chance that Denver chooses to move on from AJ Bouye given his problems in 2020, so adding some help at cornerback to solidify the secondary might well be one area the Broncos look at early in the draft.
- DL – Three members of the Broncos defensive line hit free agency this offseason so looking to bolster the defensive front will almost certainly be high on Denver’s agenda.
- OT – Garrett Bolles has locked down one of the tackle spots on the offensive line, but adding a bookend on the other side of the line would definitely help to keep Drew Lock upright.
Kansas City Chiefs
- OL – Andrew Wylie, Stefen Wisniewski, Daniel Kilgore, and Austin Reiter are all free agents this offseason so replacing one or more of these might well be something the Chiefs need to address early in the draft.
- EDGE – Again there is the potential for the Chiefs to have a number of free agents to replace in their pass rush, and I’m sure Steve Spagnuolo wouldn’t mind having a new, young edge rusher to unleash on opposing offenses.
- TE – Travis Kelce is obviously ensconced as the starter at this position, but there’s no real depth behind him so adding a tight end in the middle rounds who they can develop might very well be on KC’s agenda.
Las Vegas Raiders
- IOL – The fact that the Raiders keeping bringing back Richie Incognito should tell you all you need to know about the state of their Guard positions in particular.
- DL – New defensive coordinator Gus Bradley will want to rebuild this defensive line to help get pressure on opposing quarterbacks, and indeed to help the Raiders stop the run as well.
- S – Similarly the defensive secondary needs some work, and finding someone to pair with Jonathan Abram who can give them some flexibility on the back end would be an instant upgrade to this defense.
Los Angeles Chargers
- OL – Justin Herbert excelled as a rookie, but he was sacked and pressured a bit too much for everyone’s liking. Upgrading his offensive line will go a long way to ensuring this Chargers offense is built for success.
- CB – Having traded away Desmond King and with the rest of their corners ageing and injury-prone, the Chargers could very well look to sure up their secondary.
- WR – Adding to Justin Herbert’s receiving corps, and giving him another 60-80 catch guy he can rely on, would also help the young quarterback to take a step forward if the Chargers want to contend in years to come.