Denver Broncos linebacker Danny Trevathan is busy in preparation for Super Bowl 50. However, that does not mean he doesn't have his impending free agency on his mind.
The Broncos will have a lot of free agents this offseason, and Trevathan believes he will draw interest.
One of the teams he believes might take a run at him is the Chicago Bears, due to the presence of his former coach John Fox.
"I believe I can fit in any scheme," Trevathan said, according to Marc Sessler of NFL.com. "Coach Fox is one of the guys that gave me the opportunity to showcase I can fit within the scheme. I'm sure it'll be there, I'm sure we'll end up talking, but right now my main focus is this game. Whatever happens, happens. This game could make or break my contracts. It's up to me to make the most of it. I think I'm doing a good job right now and I'm locked in and focused."
Trevathan stated that his focus is on beating the Panthers after being part of the team that was humiliated by the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII.
"It's in the back of my mind, but right now this is the biggest game of my life," Trevathan said. "I can win or lose on this game. I know what it takes, I've been here before. It wasn't a pretty one, but I know what it takes and I know what I need to do to get to that next level in my life and on the field."
Trevathan will likely draw interest, as there is a high demand among teams that need inside linebacker that can defend both the run and the pass.
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