Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Re-grading the 2018 NFL draft: Mel Kiper on the best, worst rookie classes (Mel Kiper, ESPN.com)_
GM John Elway really needed a strong 2018 draft after a few down years. And although it wasn't enough to get the Broncos back to the playoffs, it's safe to say Elway hit a home run._

Returning to Broncos "right decision all along" for Jeff Heuerman (Ryan O'Halloran, Denver Post)
Heuerman, a third-round pick by the Broncos in 2015, was having his best season in 2018 when he sustained a lung/rib injury in the Week 12 win over Pittsburgh.

With Ja'Wuan James signing, Broncos bring two elite athletes to Denver (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)_
“It was kind of surreal,” said Rainey James, who met her husband at UT. “This is where we’ve ended up and it’s super exciting to get to say I’m home. My home will always be with Ja’Wuan, but I get to be surrounded by family again.”_

Grading the Move: Bryce Callahan gives Broncos' secondary more flexibility (Lindsay Jones, The Athletic)_
If​ what​ Broncos new​ head coach​ Vic​ Fangio prizes most​ in his defensive​ backs is versatility, then​ the​​ decision to sign his former Bears cornerback Bryce Callahan makes complete sense._

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