In the end, not even the Broncos know what they’re going to do with their first-round pick and won’t know until they’re on the clock. But what we do know, thanks to the Combine, is Denver believes there are worthy receivers on every day of the draft, which eases the pressure on them having to grab one in the first round.
The guys breakdown an eventful day in Indianapolis at the NFL Combine, answer listener questions and much more.
Tuesday was a good day for Drew, believers of Lock and especially for people who own the Orange & Blue No. 3 jersey.
With quarterback off the table in the first round, clarity is beginning to emerge on what positions the Broncos will target.
So how is Broncos Country going to survive the next six months without live Orange & Blue football? Here are some key dates to circle that will help pull you through.
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Super Bowl 50 scarcely had concluded before thoughts turned toward the weighty decisions awaiting the Denver Broncos in free agency. So welcome to an offseason of uncertainty and angst.
Kevin Pierre-Louis is looking to follow in the footsteps of many former Colorado State Rams football players and become a “Next Level Ram” even though he wasn’t part of the college all-star games like his six former teammates. No, Pierre-Louis wasn’t invited to an all-star game, but he hasn’t given up on his dream to make it into the…...