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Broncos, Briefly: Thursday, April 6, 2017

NFL Draft: Best all-time pick for each team (Brad Berreman, Fansided)After the Broncos took a flier on him in the sixth round in 1995, Davis worked his way up the depth chart from special teamer to the No. 1 running back by Week 1.

The Broncos' hunt for a third quarterback begins (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
The question now is who will join Siemian and Lynch in the quarterback room.

As Broncos prepare for offseason work, QBs know what they need to do (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
The competition for the starting job is certainly underway in some respects as the coaches see how the two deal with the new playbook, but things won't get cranked up in earnest until training camp.

Mel Kiper, Todd McShay have Broncos looking offense in two-round mock (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
Some personnel executives see Bolles as a better potential left tackle over the long haul because of his athleticism, but others say Ramczyk is more versed in a pro-style offense, especially in the run game.

Elway, Broncos dodged Tony Romo problem (Bill Williamson, All22)
Elway does mostly really good things. Five AFC West titles, two Super Bowl appearances and a Super Bowl ring in six years on the job as the general manager of the Broncos makes Elway an elite front-office man.

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