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The Squeeze: Broncos add seven new members to Broncos Country

Posted May 1, 2017

A concentrated look at the recent juice on the Denver Broncos.

1. Welcome to Broncos Country!

The Broncos added eight new players over the weekend in the 2017 NFL Draft. All of the picks were ecstatic to join Broncos Country, and they're looking good in their orange and blue! Even the veterans were excited to welcome some of their new teammates.

The Moment My Life Changed!! Proud To Be A Denver Bronco! LETS WORK !!

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Momma look of what you made #godschild 

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Stay solid and remain humble. Thank you Denver Broncos for drafting me. Jeremiah 29:11

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2. Back to work

Just because DeMarcus Walker was drafted in the second round of the NFL Draft on Friday does not mean the work stops. Check out the Broncos' new defensive lineman getting a late-night workout in Sunday at Florida State University's facilities.

3. Wolfpack alumni

University of Nevada alumni Brandon Marshall and Virgil Green each reconnected with their alma mater over the weekend. Marshall ran into Nevada's head baseball coach, T.J. Bruce, while Green returned to campus with a slew of other Nevada football alums.

4. Remembering Draft day

While the Broncos added seven draft picks, current plays took a second to remember the day they were drafted.

Round 6. 219. April 30th. 2016. A change happened. Can't look back. 

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5. The Broncos select ...

The Broncos had a couple of special guests announce a few of their picks in the 2017 NFL Draft. Floyd Little announced the second-round pick, and Rod Smith announced both third-rounders. Jake Butt, the Broncos' fifth-round pick, was announced by soldiers from Fort Carson's 1st Stryker Brigade at Pinon County Maneuver Site, and De'Angelo Henderson, the sixth-round pick, was announced outside of Mile High Monument by Broncos Boys & Girls Club members.