FMIA’s Non-Mock NFL Draft: What Each Team Should Do in First Round (Peter King, Football Morning in America)
10. Denver: Devin White, LB, LSU. Vic Fangio froths at putting the best linebacker and a sure, physical tackler between Von Miller and Bradley Chubb. Keep hearing Denver and a quarterback here, but it’s not what I’d do this year, this high.
10 NFL draft prospects who could have better careers as pros: Josh Jacobs, Mecole Hardman could break out (Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz, USA Today)
NFL teams will once again be on the lookout this year in the draft for underutilized talents like [Alvin] Kamara. Here are 10 prospects who could end up with more prolific pro careers than the ones they had in college.
Broncos fullback Andy Janovich excited for potentially expanded role (Ryan O'Halloran, The Denver Post)
“I haven’t gotten all the way through the playbook; if it’s anything like the 49ers, I think my role should increase this year,” Janovich said. “Can’t be anything but excited.”
Broncos draft preview: Quarterbacks (Mike Klis, 9NEWS)
Paxton Lynch is gone. Chad Kelly is gone. The Broncos’ youngest quarterback, Kevin Hogan, is a free agent after this season. The Broncos must re-start their line of young quarterbacks to develop in case one of them hit.
Von Miller: Odell was 'hurt initially' about trade (Kevin Patra, NFL.com)
The Denver Broncos pass rusher was in Europe with OBJ when the receiver got the news of the trade in early March. Last week at the start of offseason workouts, NFL Network's James Palmer asked Miller what he saw from Beckham in that moment.