Broncos should give USC's Adoree' Jackson a long look](http://www.espn.com/blog/denver-broncos/post/_/id/25605/in-their-pro-day-rounds-uscs-adoree-jackson-deserves-long-look-from-broncos) (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)*
Jackson is not only one of the fastest defensive backs on the board -- he ran an official 4.42 40-yard dash at the scouting combine -- but also happens to be one of the most electric returners available. He is a multifaceted player who started games at cornerback, safety and wide receiver during his career with the Trojans. In one game, he started at both cornerback and wide receiver. *
A look at where Broncos’ biggest deals now fit in league’s pay scale (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)*
Crunch the numbers, and with the most of the biggest deals likely done in this round of free agency, the defensive-minded Broncos have just one position where they place two players among the league's top 10 contracts at that position -- wide receiver. *
Broncos offense requires more playmakers after last season’s failures (Troy Renck, KMGH)*
Again, repeat after me, the caffeine-free offense requires a jolt. The Broncos had 31 total touchdown drives (Atlanta ranked first with 58). Denver produced 12 red zone touchdowns. Only five teams were worse. Even more sobering, the Broncos produced four runs of more than 20 yards. No team had fewer. *
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Mason’s Mock Draft 3.0: Big year for RBs (Andrew Mason)*
This draft is poised to have three top-20 RBs for the first time since 2005 -- although McCaffrey is not a traditional RB. *
Siemian brings leadership and experience to quarterback competition (Caroline Deisley)
The third-year quarterback is accustomed to quarterback competitions after winning the battle last season and platooning for two seasons in college.
2017 Broncos Salute to Fans Tour coming to 11 Colorado locations (DenverBroncos.com)
The Broncos may be coming to a town near you this spring!
Path to the Draft: Finding NFL potential at Pro Days (Aric DiLalla)
Pro Days offer NFL prospects extra opportunities to make impressions on scouts and coaches, which can matter even more to the guys who may not be drafted.