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Denver Broncos' 2021 NFL Draft hat unveiled
Take a look at the hat that the Broncos' draft picks will don as they join their new NFL franchise.
Mile High Morning: Peter Schrager sends Trey Lance to Denver in his first mock draft
"Lance could go as high as No. 3 or remain available until the middle of Round 1," Schrager wrote.
Mile High Morning: What we might be able to learn from GM George Paton's draft experience with the Vikings
What can be learned from George Paton's time as Vikings assistant GM?
Mile High Morning: What might Carolina's trade for Sam Darnold mean for the Broncos?
"With Carolina seemingly out of the way, only Atlanta with the No. 4 pick seems to be between the 49ers and Broncos for the fourth-best QB available," 9NEWS' Mike Klis wrote.
Wherever he goes, Oregon T Penei Sewell focused on playing with 'violent intentions' in the NFL
After earning unanimous All-American honors as a sophomore, former Oregon tackle Penei Sewell is ready to take his impressive talent and mentality to the NFL.
ESPN's McShay: Denver's belief in Drew Lock could lead Broncos to pass on Justin Fields
"I think if they continue to put people around him and support him better, he can have a really successful career," McShay said.
Mile High Morning: Quarterback talk entering a fever pitch in Denver
There's no guarantee that the Broncos are centrally focused on drafting a top quarterback, but with a rare class like this one and a top-10 pick, it's hard not to take a close look at the options.
Broncos mock draft roundup: April 2, 2021
With free agency about to begin, take a look at who the experts think the Broncos will draft in the first round.
Mile High Morning: Would Broncos let Justin Fields pass at No. 9?
In his new mock draft, ESPN's Todd McShay thinks it could happen.
Notre Dame's Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah latest hybrid linebacker who could thrive in today's NFL
The Broncos were among the team's to watch Owusu-Koramoah's workout, as General Manager George Paton led the team's contingent at the Irish's pro day.
Kentucky's Jamin Davis a rising prospect as versatile linebacker option
"I'll play anything you want me to play," Davis said he's told teams. "So as far as being versatile with Mike, Will, outside 'backer — anything. … I'll play center if you wanted me to."