It looks like T.J. Ward will not be a member with the Broncos in the upcoming season. The star safety player will most likely be either released or traded before the start of the season. Ward has been a big part of the Broncos defense for the last couple of years.
Now the question is if he does get traded, where could he end up? There are plenty of teams that could use his presence in their secondaries.
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The Bills are weak in the secondary with them losing Stephon Gilmore in free agency and recently trading away Ronald Darby to the Eagles. The Bills and the Broncos could work out a deal that could get the Broncos either draft picks, a player or two or both. The Broncos could very well obtain assets from the Bills.
T.J. Ward could go back to the team that drafted him in 2010. With Joe Haden signing with the Pittsburgh Steelers this week, the Browns are also weak in the secondary and lack experience. The Browns have many different things they could offer the Broncos, the majority of it being draft picks that could seal Denver a top pick in the draft. This could be the Broncos best route to go because of what they could get in return for Ward.
With the Cardinals secondary in the middle of the pack, Ward could easily help them become a top ten or top five secondary. The Cardinals are somewhat weak on defense and the Broncos could get a valuable player back in return, especially with the roster that Arizona has.