Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Film review: In Noah Fant, the Broncos might have landed their version of George Kittle(Brandon Thorn, The Athletic)
Having an elite athlete at tight end to create mismatches on linebackers and safeties with the ability to do so from a variety of alignments (in-line, H-back, slot, wide) can be an invaluable resource for an offense.

Broncos say they're ready to make patience part of Drew Lock's development (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
In fact, at least to begin his professional career, as Broncos president of football operations/general manager John Elway put it, “Drew will come in and compete for the backup job."

One pressing post-draft question for each of the 32 NFL teams (Mike Jones, USA Today)
Free agency and the draft should have enabled squads to fill most of their needs. But some have holes here and there, and the stages are set for various position battles.

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