The Broncos continued their offseason work as they got on the field for Phase II of the offseason workout program.
From Mr. Irrelevant on up, each team's best (non-Round 1) draft pick (Chris Burke, The Athletic)
Jewell is an excellent fit for the Broncos' 3-4 attack, with his ability to find the football and pick through traffic. Don't be shocked if he's pushing 100 tackles by 2019 or '20.
Why experience can hurt running backs in the draft (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
Usually experience matters in the NFL draft because a full resume is easier for talent evaluators to break down for strengths and weaknesses.
Broncos' Sanders relieved there's no QB competition (Kevin Patra, NFL.com)
With the addition of Keenum, and the Broncos passing on quarterbacks in the draft, the situation is settled for 2018.
Will the Broncos' selection of Jones help stabilize the offensive line? The beefed-up Arizona State product believes he can help (Kyle Newman, Denver Post)
*A ThunderRidge graduate, Jones put on 15 pounds before the combine and gives Denver versatility and depth up front. *