The offensive line was a wreck for the Denver Broncos and it was probably the main reason that they missed out on the playoffs. However, they made a major improvement to their offensive line on the opening day of free agency as they signed former Cowboys guard Ronald Leary to a 4-year/$35 million contract. Leary has been a very reliable player for the Cowboys in recent years despite losing his job briefly to La’el Collins last season. Leary is a solid all-around guard as he is a powerful blocker in the running game as well as a good pass protector which is what the Broncos really need. Denver certainly has a ton of work left to do in free agency and in the draft. However, Leary is a very good option at either guard position and he will make a major impact for the Broncos right away.