If the Denver Broncos choose to pass on a playmaker in the first-round of the NFL draft, Curtis Samuel could be their guy in the second-round.
In a miss match league, the tight end has become a crucial position in the modern NFL. After a few bad drafts, the 2017 class promises to be truly special a good piece of news for the Denver Broncos who should be seeking to add talent across the board to improve their attack.
If the Broncos want to continue to bolster their pass rush they will have their eyes on big man Jaleel Johnson.
If a first round tackle prospect is available for the Broncos at No. 20 overall, they could “absolutely” draft their starting blind side tackle.
The Denver Broncos have to add more talent on offense to keep pace with their phenomenal defense and one way to do that would be drafting a running back (or two) in a special 2017 draft class.
The Denver Broncos have interviewed a few lesser-known running backs in the 2017 draft class including Wyoming's Brian Hill a first team all-conference selection coming off a 22 touchdown season.
The Denver Broncos already have three of the NFL's best cornerbacks and two of the best defensive backs coaches in the league. But there might be one unheralded cornerback prospect in the 2017 draft that's too talented to pass up.
With just four free agent moves, John Elway completely changed the way the Denver Broncos will approach the draft.
After a 2017 NFL Combine full of excitement it was time to update our Big Board once again while analyzing the winners, losers and local prospects who impressed in a wild week in Indianapolis.
The Denver Broncos have the attitude, and cap space, to suggest that changes in the offensive line will take place sooner rather than later.
John Elway capitalized on Bradley Roby and Shane Ray’s draft slips due to character flaws. Could he do the same with top rated linebacker Reuben Foster?
Ryan Ramczyk has had an unusual path to the NFL's Combine. He's also dripping with potential and might already have some important sponsors in the Denver Broncos organization.
With the NFL's Draft Combine coming up this weekend we had to update our Big Board and give you a preview of what to look at and what to expect in Indy as draft season gets rolling.
With the NFL's Draft Combine at the door, we had to offer up our first edition of our positional rankings for the class before opinions and perceptions of players become corrupted by the Combine scores and all the latest buzz.
In the biggest area of need, the Denver Broncos could upgrade in the first round of the NFL Draft with Cam Robinson out of Alabama.
As the offseason all-star games are in full swing with the East-West Shrine Game having been played this past weekend and the Senior Bowl kicking off in Mobile, Alabama this week it’s time to update our rankings. Before getting started we should mention a couple players that aren’t mentioned below but have been in the past and keep on rising up...
Our look at who the Broncos may be looking at with the 20th overall pick in the draft id they decide to go defense.
We look forward to the 2017 NFL Draft and who the Broncos could add to upgrade their roster. We're focused on the offensive side of the ball with lots of talents that could be exactly what the Broncos need to get back into contention.
With the Denver Broncos out of the NFL playoffs for the first time since 2010, it's never to early to look forward to the draft and what key additions could fix the Broncos issues to return them to prominence.