Information wars: How teams get the real draft intel (Conor Orr, NFL.com)
During the draft's most intense moments, his valuable source was nestled inside the office of a college head coach.
Could Elway again go defense in first round? (Mike Klis, 9News)
As far as history goes, Elway very much favors drafting defense, first.
If Joe Mixon is available, should Broncos draft him? (Nicki Jhabvala and Mark Kiszla)*
Anybody with access to the internet has seen Mixon at his best on the field and at his worst off the field. *
Siemian, Lynch returns to field for early work on new offense (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
On Tuesday, two days before this year's draft starts, the pair took the field for the first time this offseason as part of voluntary veteran minicamp. Their divergent paths led them to the same spot on the same field vying for the same job while learning the same — but new — playbook.
Talib's reaction to no suspension, Anderson nearing 100 percent, Joseph talks McCaffrey (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)"Just glad I can put it behind me, move on to the season and worry about what I really need to worry about," Talib said Tuesday at the veterans' mini-camp.
Hesse's second annual, seven-round Broncos mock draft (Richard Hesse, 9News)
Mr. Irrelevant could be a sleeper steal at the end of the draft.
*Broncos' Joseph on Siemian vs. Lynch: 'It's going to be a long battle' (Michael Kelly, ESPN)
The Denver Broncos have a new coaching staff and a new offense, but the starting quarterback competition has a familiar feel.*
Taking the Wonderlic test can be a humbling experience (Darren Rovell, ESPN)
I'm humbled. I'm changed. And, to think, all it took was 12 minutes with a pencil and some paper.
Three years later, report cards for 2014 NFL draft put Raiders at top (Nate Davis, USA Today)
Assessing a draft after three years is a much fairer gauge of how teams navigated it.