Broncos Film Room: What does Tramaine Brock bring to the Denver defense?

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With the Denver Broncos brass traveling around the country to scout draft-eligible quarterbacks, despite having just signed Case Keenum, and Todd Davis on the podium after a big pay raise, you’d be forgiven if the signing of veteran free agent cornerback Tramaine Brock went over your head.

The signing of Brock might have been underwhelming after Aqib Talib was traded away, as Brock was inked to a low-key one year $4 million contract, adding depth to a suddenly shallow cornerback group in Denver.

However, the former Viking and Niner was a high-end starter only a mere two seasons ago and is still only 29 years old. It’s no wonder then that two of the NFL’s best defensive backs coaches—head coach Vance Joseph and defensive coordinator Joe Woods—decided to pull the trigger on Brock, to see if he could add some veteran stability.

As we do at BSN, we had to go back to the tape to see what the latest free agent signing brings to the table.

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