Outside of Champ Bailey, the Denver Broncos have a dearth of talent at cornerback and will likely look for some help there in the upcoming draft or in free agency. Over at CBS Sports, Pete Prisco takes a stab at which free agent is the best fit for each team, selecting cornerback Tracy Porter for the Broncos.
Porter turns 26 in August and will be in his fifth camp since the New Orleans Saints drafted him in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft. Before the 2011 season, Porter played for ex-Broncos defensive coordinator and current Oakland Raiders head coach Dennis Allen. One could be led to believe that the Raiders might pursue the cornerback as a result of that connection.
Porter, 5 feet 11 and 186 pounds, has seven career interceptions, including four during the 2009 season. Pairing him up with Champ Bailey would allow the Broncos to move on from Andre Goodman's uneven play.