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Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, March 21, 2017


Broncos projected 2017 depth chart following early free-agency period]( (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)*
Training camp is still four months away, as general manager John Elway pointed out last week, so more moves will likely be made. But following the first week and a half of free agency, there's finally a rough structure of what the 2017 Broncos will look like prior to the draft. *

Troy pro day, and tackle Antonio Garcia, of great interest to Broncos (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)*
But Troy is where a player who would be a nice fit in their 2017 draft class is scheduled to go through the paces. Tackle Antonio Garcia didn't surrender a sack this past season in more than 900 snaps. Garcia, who checked in at the scouting combine at 6-foot-6 and 302 pounds, is a left tackle prospect who may need a little time before he's ready for an NFL starting lineup, but his size and athleticism are an attractive combination for a team like the Broncos who have an opening at left tackle. *

Reports: Leaping ban, full-time refs, shortened overtimes among NFL competition committee proposals (Staff, USA Today)*
When the NFL's annual spring meeting begins next week in Phoenix, the competition committee could give owners several notable rule changes to consider. *

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