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Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, April 2, 2019

**Todd Davis on Broncos returning to work Tuesday: 'I think this season is going to be good'** (Mike Klis, 9NEWS)
"I think it's exciting,'' said starting inside linebacker Todd Davis, one of just six players from the Broncos' 2015 Super Bowl title team. "Especially with the new head coach and new coaching staff and new defense to learn, I'm excited to get in there and learn it as quickly as possible."

**Broncos need to draft an inside linebacker. a look at who they might take.** (Eric Edholm, Denver Post)
White has great closing speed, possesses surprising pop and power and can find tiny cracks in blocking schemes to knife in and make impact plays. He works hard to run the alley and fill lanes, doesn't often get fooled by misdirection and can deliver the blow. White has been praised for his film study and preparation, and he's still learning the position with the potential to hit an even higher ceiling the more he plays at linebacker.

**Denver Broncos 7-round mock draft: Is Daniel Jones worth trading up for?** (Eric Edholm, Denver Post)
If Denver doesn't go quarterback here, this pick makes a lot of sense when you factor in value and need. In our simulations, Ohio State QB Dwayne Haskins was the projected pick several times. But consider us skeptics that he would be Elway's pick considering he's a one-year starter who operated almost exclusively out of the shotgun.

**Broncos' past QB failures hanging over evaluation of 2019 QB prospects** (Jeff Legwold,
" … That position is always one where you're going to look at everything and that means getting all of the information we can so we can be ready for whatever happens during the draft," said Broncos president of football operations/general manager John Elway. "… Would we take one? We want the right guy for all of our picks."

**NFL draft: Broncos' top needs, prospects to watch** (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)
"Everyone thinks they're a quarterback expert and that's the hardest position to play," the Broncos coach said during a breakfast with his fellow NFL coaches at the league's annual owners meetings in Phoenix. "It's the most important position to play in all of sports, not just football. That is probably the most (difficult to evaluate)."

**NFL mock draft: Could QBs Dwayne Haskins, Drew Lock slide in first round?** (Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz, USA Today)
The Broncos might look to Fant to rejuvenate their receiving corps with his proclivity for creating mismatches.