2018 NFL draft: The lingering critical needs for every team (Mark Maske, The Washington Post)
Elway has acknowledged that he cannot ignore the defense.
Keenum steps up as Baker Mayfield steps in (Mike Klis, 9News)
"For me, I always love competition. Nothing's ever been handed to me. I know whoever comes in here is going to be somebody who can add to our team and make our team better."
Miller 'cool' with the potential of No. 5 pick (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)*
"We have a Hall of Fame quarterback leading the ship, he's going to make a great decision for us," Miller said. *
10 late-round NFL draft sleepers who could be steals (Steve Muench, ESPN Insider)
Every year there are notable late-round picks or undrafted free agents who make a difference for their teams.
Keenum's first offseason in Denver begins with some introductions (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)
While learning the new faces, he's also begun to dig through the playbook and film.
The Athletic's inaugural NFL Mock Draft (Chris Burke, The Athletic)
Barkley is a generational player who, single-handedly, can transform an offense. For three years now the Broncos' offense has lagged, and pairing Barkley with quarterback Case Keenum positions them well to bounce back.
Aurora shooting survivor Zach Golditch hopes perseverance leads to NFL Draft opportunity (Lindsay Jones, USA Today)
As Golditch, 23, prepares for next week's NFL draft, where he's hoping to be a late-round pick, he's realized he can't separate his identities. He can be both a football player and a survivor of one of the worst mass shootings in America's history.