When is the draft?
Round 1: Thursday, April 27, 6 p.m. MT
Round 2-3: Friday, April 28, 5 p.m. MT
Round 4-7: Saturday, April 29, 10 a.m. MT
How can I tune in?
|Round||No. (overall)||Guest announcer|
|1||20: OT Garett Bolles||N/A|
|2||19 (51): DE DeMarcus Walker||Hall of Fame RB Floyd Little|
|3||18 (82): WR Carlos Henderson||Ring of Fame WR Rod Smith|
|3||37* (101): CB Brendan Langley||Ring of Fame WR Rod Smith|
|5||1 (145): TE Jake Butt||A soldier from Fort Carson's 1st Stryker Brigade|
|5||29* (172): WR Isaiah McKenzie||A soldier from Fort Carson's 1st Stryker Brigade|
|6||19 (203): De'Angelo Henderson||Denver Broncos Boys & Girls Club football team|
|7||35* (253): QB Chad Kelly||N/A|
Broncos' first-round picks under John Elway
2016: QB Paxton Lynch (26th overall, via Seattle Seahawks)
2015: OLB Shane Ray (23rd overall, via Detroit Lions)
2014: CB Bradley Roby (31st overall)
2013: DT Sylvester Williams (28th overall)
2011: OLB Von Miller (second overall)
The Broncos' best pick from each round
These Broncos draft picks proceeded to have careers with the Broncos that included at least one first-team All-Pro selection, two Pro Bowl nods and/or resulted in induction into the Broncos Ring of Fame and/or the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Round 1: OLB Von Miller (2011)
Round 2: DE/OLB Simon Fletcher (1985)
Round 3: DB Billy Thompson (1969)
Round 4: LB Tom Jackson (1973)
Round 5: RB Sammy Winder (1982)
Round 6: RB Terrell Davis (1995)
Round 7: TE Shannon Sharpe (1990)
NFL.com's positions of need for the Broncos
"The Broncos have to address the offensive tackle position and quite possibly with their first pick. Finding a quality inside backer to put next to Brandon Marshall is in play, while a talented complementary player at DE for Derek Wolfe is a possibility."
How to follow the Broncos throughout the draft
Go back through 17 years of Broncos draft history through the picks' fashion at the draft or on the day they were introduced as Broncos. (photos by Eric Bakke unless noted)