One of the NFL's best cornerbacks could be on the move this offseason. 

Coming off a disappointing 5-11 season in 2017, the  Denver Broncos have much to improve on. Vance Joseph and his staff are walking on thin ice and another losing season could spell trouble.

Changes will be made on the roster that could come at the expense of veteran Aqib Talib. 


The 31-year old has two years left on his contract but his financial situation makes him expendable.

Talib is owed $12 million next season and the Broncos will likely look to younger options on the depth chart. A Super Bowl-caliber defense can't stay together forever and it looks like Talib might be the odd man out. 

The Broncos are projected to have around $29 million in cap space before cap cuts and bringing in a quarterback will be the No. 1 priority. Kirk Cousins and Case Keenum could be top targets but it won't matter unless John Elway has the money to spend. 

If Talib is put on the block, he'll have plenty of suitors. He's coming off one of his best seasons and would be an immediate impact starter on any team. 

You won't find a much tougher cornerback on the field and that usually leads to plenty of physical altercations. Just ask wide receiver Michael Crabtree about that.