According to the Broncos report, they are supposed to move to two of their most loyal employees in Josh McGuire and Alex Glenn to build their package around the abundance of young stars.
McGuire, 28, played 194 games for the club, while 30-year-old Glenn only 12 games less than the magic 250-play milestone.
However, when you take into account the age and potential of young people who have Broncos on their books, the simple fact is that the club can not keep it all.
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McGuire and Glenn are at the end of their career, while Broncos have many interesting options between 18 and 23 years old, which can take the club into the future.
When you think about the influence of the Broncos Youth Youth Brigade in the NRL system in a short time, it's no wonder that the club is ready to entrust its experience to youth.
Scroll down for six reasons why Broncos can leave McGuire and Glenn.
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Tevita Pangai Jr (no signature)
Pangai Jr is only 22 and is on top of something special.
He scored seven attempts in 54 matches, having debuted in 2016 for Broncos.
A devastating circle and a brutal defender have already played four tests for Tonga and in October in Kangaroo.
Pangai Jrg is expected to prepare the city for the next season at the NSW Blues Club Brad Fittler and has a long way to go before him for the country and the country.
While he is expected to sign a one-year deal with Broncos before joining Wayne Bennett in Southern Sydney in 2020, Brisbane will do everything in his power to persuade him to stay.
Joe Ofahengaue (signed until 2019)
Still only 23, Ofahengaue has scored five attempts at an impressive 70-game difference to Brisbane since his championship in 2015.
The last season was his most consistent for Broncos, with the gifted triangle reaching three attempts in 24 games.
Ofahengaue has already played five tests for his home Tongo and is eligible to play for Maroons Kevin Walters in 2019.
Willie Ofahengaue's nephew from the legend Wallabies will become more expensive only for Broncos when he develops his representative career.
David Fifita (signed until 2020)
Fifita became the first player to be born in 2000 to play in the NRL when he first played against Raiders in the 16th round of the 2018 season.
Fifita performed two tests in 11 matches for Broncos and has already played in the final at the age of 18.
The fact that Fifita is competing on one of the most physically challenging positions in the NRL in such a young age is proof of his potential and maturity.
Wayne Bennett does not let the players play the first class, let alone the finals until they are ready and Fifita has shown that it has all the ingredients to dominate the NRL in the coming years.
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Payne Haas (signed until 2024)
In the second year of this year's Broncos Power Plant, which this year turned out to be 18, Haas came to the first grade with some huge raps on it.
In the first round of the 2018 season, Keebra Park, Haas's famous Aluminum Kindergarten, ran out of the first first class matches against South Sydney.
Phil Gould then warned that the game "was a witness to the birth of a superstar."
Despite his season championship, which was damaged by the shoulder after only three matches, Broncos linked him with a lucrative six-year contract that won Kalyn Pongo with a monster with the Knights.
Jaydn Su (A) signed (signed by 2020)
The 21-year-old also debuted for Broncos at the age of 18 years ago in 2016, but he completed in 2018.
Another young Broncos's second line, Su? A, played 15 games for the club and achieved her first first-class trial.
Su? # A was Junior Kangaroos and was in the race in his victory over Junior Kiwis in 2016.
The former captain of the Queensland team under 20 years is expected to come in for calculations for the 2018 national team of origin and in the coming seasons will have a look at his first Kangaroo debut.
Patrick Carrigan (signed until 2019)
While still preparing his NRL debut, the 20-year-old Carrigan is prone to a great future for Broncos.
A multipurpose prop was led by younger children in Queensland in 2018 and in the following years to be played for maroons.
Carrigan will make his first NRL debut in 2019 and will strengthen Broncos's front bets after Korbin Sims left the win.
Carrigan is signed by the end of the 2019 season, and Broncos will endeavor to lock in the long term as he continues to develop.
Originally published as the Fountain of the Young: Six Great Reasons for the Broncos to Leave McGuire and Glenn