The Denver Broncos‘ 2023 season was surprising to many.
After they added Russell Wilson, many expected them to compete for the AFC West, making a deep playoff push.
However, after a 5-12 record, the Broncos have made several changes during the offseason, including adding a new coach.
A recent report from Adam Schefter has indicated that the Broncos could make changes to their stadium as well.
Broncos continue to do research that began in January on the potential for an upgraded or new stadium. https://t.co/SXJN0W2DRB
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 24, 2023
The Broncos have been conducting surveys from their fans to best accommodate what they are looking for.
Although this has been welcomed by some, other fans have shown confusion about this potential move.
Mile High Stadium was built in 2001, which is relatively new for an NFL stadium.
Due to their on-field production in 2022, many fans believe that it is in the team’s best interest to spend money on players, rather than on stadium renovations.
Wilson has, at times, played like an MVP-caliber quarterback.
However, last season seemed to be accompanied by growing pains.
With any luck, another offseason and training camp cycle will be good for Wilson and the Broncos, as they look to improve upon their 2022 results.
The Broncos have been active in free agency, boosting their offense and defense.
One player, in particular, is Ben Powers, who is an offensive guard.
Whenever a team spends big money on an offensive lineman, it is generally an indication that they are heavily invested in their quarterback, and protecting him at all costs.
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