ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Following the Broncos' trade for quarterback Joe Flacco on Wednesday, Denver's picks for the 2019 NFL Draft are set.
The Broncos, who will make the 10th-overall selection, hold eight total selections.
They still possess their own first-, second-, third-, fifth- and sixth-round picks, and they added a trio of other picks via trades. The Broncos have a fourth-round pick and seventh-round pick from Houston and a fifth-round pick from Minnesota.
Denver will look to build off a 2018 draft class that contributed at a high level last season.
OLB Bradley Chubb, WR Courtland Sutton, RB Royce Freeman, CB Isaac Yiadom, LB Josey Jewell, WR DaeSean Hamilton and RB Phillip Lindsay all started games as rookies, and Chubb and Lindsay were among the best at their positions in the league.
Chubb finished the season with 12 sacks and an NFL Rookie of the Month award. Lindsay, meanwhile, became the first undrafted offensive rookie to be selected to the Pro Bowl.
On April 25, the Broncos will assemble their next draft class.
The names are still unknown. The picks are no longer.
Current Draft Picks:
Round 1: 10th-overall pick
Round 2: 41st-overall pick
Round 3: 71st-overall pick
Round 4: 125th-overall pick (from Houston)
Round 5: 148th-overall pick, 156th-overall pick (from Minnesota)
Round 6: 182nd-overall pick
Round 7: 237th-overall pick (from Houston)