From the Annual League Meeting in Orlando, Florida, our own Andrew Mason and Phil Milani talked to President of Football Operations/General Manager John Elway, President and CEO Joe Ellis and Head Coach Vance Joseph to get their thoughts on the direction of the team and the league as a whole.
**Focus up front: Vance Joseph breaks down the state of the Broncos' offensive line**
Joseph laid out how he expects the line to look when offseason work begins -- and what he expects from young players like Garett Bolles.
**Notes: Vance Joseph expects more production from slot receiver, tight end**
If the Broncos offense is to improve this year, it needs better production from its inside receiving targets.
Just about ready
A Cravens craving
The Broncos acquired Su'a Cravens from Washington this week, bringing another talented safety into the fold. Mason broke down his potential fit for the site, and you won't want to miss seeing Cravens' reaction to the trade on social media, which was featured in The Squeeze.
How he fits: Su'a Cravens
He's officially a safety, but that doesn't really describe what Cravens brings, as he could find himself in a hybrid sub-package role.
**The Squeeze: Sanders' and Miller's April Fool's jokes**
The trade that brought [Cravens] to Denver also energized him on social media, where he shared his exuberance with a video soundtracked by "A Whole New World" from "Aladdin."