It's been an interesting situation developing out of the Broncos organization this week, and fans are now wondering if the exodus out of Denver will continue.

According to the Coloradoan, one of the key players in this past season's championship run is being courted by many other teams and could be heading out the door with Osweiler, Trevathan, and Jackson.

C.J. Anderson played a key role in many games this season for Denver, and you can look back at both games against New England as well as the Super Bowl where if the team didn't have Anderson, would they have had the same success.

The four teams that are rumored to be interested in Anderson include:

  • The New England Patriots
  • Miami Dolphins
  • Chicago Bears
  • San Francisco 49'ers

The Patriots are an interesting team to watch out for. Anderson has always been a nemesis against the Patriots, and Bill Belichick loves signing players who have always been a "thorn in the side" of New England. With New England needing to upgrade their run game, this signing make sense.

With former Broncos coaches Adam Gase (Miami) and John Fox (Chicago) with other teams, the connection is there for him to "jump ship".

The 49'ers have no connection to Anderson but with Chip Kelly at the helm, anything is possible.

If C.J. leaves Denver, what does this mean for the future of the team?