Newest member of the Denver Broncos, Graham Glasgow joined Big Al and JoJo on KOA Radio right after the news was announced that he would be signing with Denver.
Glasgow expressed how excited he was to play in Denver, and while he wasn’t sure exactly where the coaches will put him on the line just yet, he is ready to play wherever.
“I’m elated. This has been an awesome six hours (since the tampering window opened) and I’m really really happy.” When asked specifically if the coaches had told him where he’d play he said, “I’m really not quite sure, but I’m ready to play whatever they want.”
Glasgow has played 16 game seasons at both center and guard since joining the Lions in the 2016 draft. He started at left guard for the entire 2017 season, center in 2018, and all but one game (sat out with an injury) at right guard, so he certainly has the versatility to fit in wherever Denver needs him to.
I too can confirm the Graham Glasgow deal…and I’ll go a step further, although he can play center, he will almost certainly play guard in Denver. #BroncosCountry @KOAColorado— Brandon Krisztal (@BKDenverSports) March 16, 2020
Glasgow sounds happy to be a Bronco. He expressed “this was a place I really wanted to go to. When we played here last year I thought the stadium was awesome, I thought the energy in the stadium was really really cool, and it’s a place that I didn’t know I wanted to play, but I’m looking forward to calling this place home.”
More Graham Glasgow: “I know you have Elway there and he’s a really big part of what you guys are doing. ... I had an old college teammate in Denver for (Super Bowl 50), Mike Schofield. He spoke very highly about the place and I’m really excited to see it for myself.’’ #9sports https://t.co/p1aUcWrWc1— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) March 17, 2020
The Broncos aren’t done in free agency as the tampering period has just gotten underway, but their first move is a good one in my book.
Joe Rowles and I plan to take a deep dive into Glasgow’s film soon and share our thoughts in the next couple of days, but at first glance, I like it. Continuing to solidify the interior of the offensive line will pay dividends both for their young QB, but also their running game.
Looking forward to seeing Glasgow in orange and blue.