The Broncos got their competition. What happens Thursday will determine with whom the competition takes place.
Will Paton go big with a massive investment at quarterback or will he give another piece to Vic Fangio and the defense?
Before it becomes official on Thursday night, the DNVR Broncos Crew gives their final stab at who Denver's first-round pick will be.
The 2021 NFL Draft will be like no other with teams playing vastly different schedules and a large number of prospects opting out of the season. In a year like this, trying to gain some perspective and putting the draft class into context is key and that’s what we hope to accomplish with the top-200 prospects in the class graded…...
George Paton is off and running as the Broncos' new GM.
All in all, Paton and the Broncos dropped over $150 million in contracts in the first few weeks of the NFL's new league year.
But what's been the best move of the offseason so far?
Will George Paton take a similar approach to using high picks on outside linebackers much like John Elway did?
No team had more picks than the Vikings in 2020. The same was true in 2019. What could following this philosophy mean for George Paton as he guides the Broncos' draft efforts for the first time?
Garett Bolles, Graham Glasgow and Ja'Wuan James are all among the highest-paid players in the NFL at their respective positions, while Dalton Risner and Lloyd Cushenberry were both Day 2 picks.
But that doesn't mean George Paton will stay put with Denver's offensive line as it's currently constructed, especially with major questions at right tackle.
On Thursday, one week before the draft kicks off, George Paton spoke to the media about the upcoming draft and the state of the team. Here's what we learned from the first-time general manager.
George Paton said this year has a "very strong" quarterback class, and the Broncos could be in the thick of it.
Five quarterbacks will be drafted in the first round. Heck, five quarterbacks could go in the first five picks. But when it comes to the Broncos potentially drafting a quarterback in the first round, it boils down to two names.
The sweet spot to land an eventual top-tier QB might be exactly where the Broncos sit as the draft nears.
Before free agency, Surtain, Farley and Horn were the heavy favorites to be Denver's first pick in the draft.
After signing Darby and Fuller, Round 1 CB is no longer the leader in the clubhouse.
But don’t completely rule it out.
When our society emerges into a "new normal," things won't be the same. Even more of our purchases will come straight to our doorsteps. For some, remote "virtual" work is here to stay. This is the direction in which the NFL Players Association wants to take the offseason.
For a third-straight year, the Broncos and Vic Fangio will have arguably the best safety duo in the league.
But that doesn't mean George Paton won't address the position in the draft. Here's when they could target safety.
Even after moving on from Pro Bowl running back Phillip Lindsay, the Broncos don't have to draft a running back this year. But they could also make a major splash for years to come. Everything is on the table.
Stephen projects as a backup -- and perhaps as one of the best reserve defensive linemen in the NFL.
The Panthers have reportedly given Bridgewater permission to facilitate a trade. Could Denver be a viable new home?
Thanks to Denver re-signing Shelby Harris, the Broncos won't be forced to reach for a defensive lineman from a very underwhelming group.