Projecting one future first-time Pro Bowler for each AFC team (Gil Brandt, NFL.com)
Chubb has the speed (4.65-second 40-yard dash), athletic ability (36-inch vertical) and strength (24 lifts on the bench press) to be a star as both a pass rusher and run stopper. Along with six-time Pro Bowler Von Miller, the fifth overall pick should help return Denver's defense to the ranks of the elite.
Keenum, Chubb tasked with leading Broncos' resurgence (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
While the trade for tackle Jared Veldheer several weeks into free agency was a high-quality effort that will fill a glaring need in the offense, the Broncos quickly scooping up Bradley Chubb with the No. 5 pick of the draft is a move that could be pivotal for years to come. Chubb, who was the best pass-rusher on the draft board, has shown plenty of elite athleticism in the team's early workouts, but most importantly he's also shown a level-headed, get-after-it approach in his day-to-day work. That bodes well for his chances at the kind of success the Broncos hope for while also helping make the most of Von Miller's prime years.
Who deserves contributor nomination? Poll says Bowlen (Rick Gosselin, Talk of Fame Sports Network)
Pat Bowlen has been a contributor candidate for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in each of the first four years of that committee's existence. Listeners and readers of theTalk of Fame Networkbelieve the fifth time will be the charm for the owner of the Denver Broncos.
How great is Bradley Roby? He’s making a case as the best corner on Denver’s roster (Rich Kurtzman, Mile High Sports)
According to Pro Football Focus, Roby allowed only 17.4 percent of passes to be caught when he contested them last year.
Hundreds turn out for annual Broncos 7-on-7 Tournament (Taylor Temby, 9NEWS)
The Denver Broncos once again hosted a successful 7-on-7 and linemen challenge tournaments, with the champions being crowned Saturday at the UCHealth Training Center.