June 16, 2024

Graham Glasgow has indicated that he would like to run it again. The offensive guard has also been informed by the Detroit Lions that they want to have him back. After Glasgow’s recent campaign, it makes sense.

Initial expectations and projections for Graham Glasgow with the Broncos in  2020 - DNVR Sports

However, Glasgow is aware that this is the NFL and that he has little control over it as he prepares for a difficult offseason. However, Glasgow might be the team’s first priority due to his flexibility and possible long-term cost.

Indeed. I wish I could return here. Glasgow stated earlier this week in the locker room, “It’s up to them.” I mean, this place is full with my pals. The squad has been like that, and I’ve met a lot of new friends even in the last year. I truly feel like I fit in with this society.

“They would prefer that I return.” All in all, this is the unpleasant commercial side of being a professional football player. We’ll see, then.

Glasgow, 31, signed a one-year contract in free agency and began at every interior offensive line position. And that’s quite the accomplishment given that Halapoulivaati Vaitai defeated him in a camp competition for the starting guard position. As if that weren’t enough, Glasgow excelled at every turn, developing into one of the most significant players during this franchise’s illustrious era.

Glasgow was ranked eighth in the league by Pro Football Focus after both the regular season and the postseason. It was not a simple chore for Glasgow to play 998 snaps at right guard, 189 at center, and another 75 on the left side. Additionally, he was among the top five run blockers at his position, which contributed to the analytics website’s good ratings.

“This season was pretty successful, even with the result of the game yesterday (the NFC title game),” Glasgow stated. We had a great season and won a lot of games. It’s unfortunate that things came to such an end. Unfortunately, though, it does happen that one club is content at the end of the season.

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