Source – Broncos getting trade inquiries, could be active

Adam SchefterESPN senior writerOctober 8, 2023, 05:13 am ETread 1 minute

Randy Gregory was the first player traded by the Denver Broncos this offseason, but league sources tell ESPN he probably won’t be the last.

According to league sources, the Broncos are also getting calls about other players on their roster and they could be activated before the October 31 trade deadline, depending on how they perform over the next few weeks. Are.

The Broncos (1-3) have fielded inquiries about Jerry Jeudy and Courtland Sutton the past two seasons, and expect Denver’s young wide receivers to draw even more attention in the coming weeks.

Denver’s struggling defense entered Sunday ranked last in the NFL in both points and yards allowed per game, and multiple sources around the league believe the Broncos will have trade interest in almost any player on the defensive side. Will be ready to listen.

The Broncos traded Gregory to the San Francisco 49ers on Friday after a week of speculation over the edge rusher’s future in Denver. Sources told ESPN’s Jeff Legvold that Gregory was not present at Denver’s practice facility as he and his representatives sought his release earlier in the week.

Gregory, 30, signed a five-year, $70 million deal with the Broncos through March 2022, but he was removed from the starting lineup against the Chicago Bears last week. Since joining the Broncos he appeared in only 10 games, recording nine tackles and one sack.

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