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Broncos, Briefly: Monday, May 6, 2019

**Kiper’s instant-impact rookies: 2019 NFL draft picks who will play early** (Mel Kiper, ESPN)
But don't think of Fant as a traditional tight end. New offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello could use Fant in the slot as a true receiver, much like the Giants did with Evan Engram as a rookie in 2017, when he caught 64 passes and scored six touchdowns.

**Broncos safety Justin Simmons is happy with makeup of secondary** (Ryan O'Halloran, Denver Post)
"One of the coolest things in terms of the secondary was we didn't pick anyone up, which I think sends a clear message of, 'The guys we got are the guys we got and we're confident in what we have,'" Simmons said.

**FMIA: New team, same Chuckstrong** (Peter King, Football Morning in America)
"I can't find two teams. I think he's referring, as most people would agree, to the Denver Broncos and Washington Redskins. The Washington Redskins were a Dwayne Haskins team all along … The Denver Broncos were not taking Daniel Jones in the first round. That's not the guy they wanted. At one point in time, I can tell you this for a fact, Daniel Jones intrigued them. They were curious about him. Then they shifted to go to Drew Lock. Drew Lock was gonna be the quarterback, and they didn't want to do that in the first round."

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