In 2022, the Denver Broncos were no longer a impartial football team, finishing with a 5-12 account. Head coach Sean Payton took over this offseason and the team has hope once again. With training camp underway, Denver remains to be making additions to their 90-man roster.
After WR Tim Patrick was moved to the IR, the Broncos signed veteran CB Fabian Moreau to a one-year deal. He spent last season with the Contemporary York Giants the place he played in 14 games and made 11 starts. Moreau adds depth to a secondary that reportedly regarded sharp to start training camp.
Update: The #Broncos are signing mature #Falcons, #Commanders CB Fabian Moreau to a 1-year deal, per @MikeGarafolo
Moreau played in 90 career games, and recorded 35 passes defended and 6 INTs pic.twitter.com/iI5ifiCLtc
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) August 1, 2023
Back in the 2017 NFL Draft, Washington chosen Fabian Moreau in the third round. He played there for four seasons, was with the Falcons in 2021, and spent 2022 with the Giants. Moreau has played in 90 career games and has started exactly half of them. Additionally, he has six career interceptions, all six came with Washington.
With the Giants in 2022, Moreau had a career-high (10) pass breakups and 66 mixed and 50 solo tackles. Contemporary York lost Adoree Jackson for part of their 2022 season and Moreau stepped up as a starter. He walked into Broncos training camp on Tuesday and left with a one-year deal.
Per wire, Broncos labored out veteran CB Fabian Moreau today and provide confirms Denver did signal him to 1-year deal. #9sports
— Mike Klis (@mikeklis) August 1, 2023
Last season, Patrick Surtain II and Damarri Mathis were the two starting CBs for Denver. They already had some good depth in their secondary, but the addition of Fabian Moreau makes it that great deeper. The 29-year-passe is amazingly capable of playing restricted snaps off the bench or playing a starting fair. In 2021 with Atlanta, Moreau started in all 16 games he played. For the Giants in 2022, he played in 14 of their 17 games and made 11 starts.