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Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, April 25, 2017

If the Broncos make draft-night trade, make it for O.J. Howard not Christian McCaffrey (Mark Kiszla, Denver Post)
But my draft-night dream is Alabama tight end O.J. Howard. If trading for him becomes a realistic possibility, it's a deal Elway needs to make,

Broncos 2017 NFL draft primer and history guide (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Broncos Hall of Fame running back Floyd Little will announce the team's second-round selection (No. 51) live from the NFL Draft Theater in Philadelphia on Fri., April 28.

John Elway is armed with picks and options for the NFL draft. And his plan is simple (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
The Broncos' draft board was completed last Thursday but they "always massage it" in the final days. The names and the order will shift — some a lot, some a little.

DeMarcus Ware signs ceremonial contract with Dallas to retire a Cowboy (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
"He just was an outstanding football player, he was an equally good human being," Cowboys coach Jason Garrett told The Denver Post at the league's annual meetings in Phoenix.

Elway clarifies tight end class in draft (Mike Klis, 9News)
John Elway cares so much about the media covering his every move for the Denver Broncos, he gave them a lesson on the most misunderstood position in football.

Elway not sweating his many needs on offense (Arnie Stapleton, AP)
In many respects, Denver's defense last year was even better than the one that carried Peyton Manning across the finish line of his stellar career that ended with a Super Bowl 50 ring.

Broncos should trade away first-round pick in upcoming draft (Woody Paige, KMGH)
Unless four quarterbacks are picked in the first 19, the Broncos will be just out of reach for an exceptional offensive player – or maybe even a starting defensive player.

The 32 players with the best odds of getting picked in Round 1 (Jason La Canfora, CBS Sports)
This is my stab at determining the 32 players with the best odds of hearing their name called Thursday night, while knowing that all it takes is one curve ball and one unpredictable occurrence to turn the entire first night of the draft in a manner no one saw coming.

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