23. Denver Broncos
The Broncos didn’t take too many risks in the offseason. One of their moves was to decline a fifth-year option for offensive tackle Garrett Bowles. Looking in from the outside, it makes sense. In just over 1,000 snaps last year, Bolles allowed four sacks and committed 17 penalties.
He’s been responsible for a staggering 45 penalties over the past four seasons. However, declining the option year is always a risk because players could suddenly blossom. That could be unlikely here. Signing Melvin Gordon for $8 million per year was somewhat risky considering they had a solid enough backfield to begin with as well.