Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer
John Elway said last week the Broncos still had work to do in free agency and that how the new players fit in the locker room would be a big consideration in addition to where those players fit in the lineup. To that end two personnel executives in the league contacted Wednesday said newly-signed defensive lineman Clinton McDonald is a player who covers both bases for the Broncos. He's got 97 games worth of experience and was the Buccaneers' nominee for the Walter Payton Man of the Year award this past season. He should carve out a spot in the rotation up front.