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Week in review: The best of as the Broncos welcomed Cravens and King


The King and us**

The biggest Broncos news of the week arrived Thursday when the Broncos announced punter Marquette King had signed a three-yard contract with them.

**Marquette King excited to join Broncos in 'a punter's paradise'**
After King spoke with media on a conference call, Aric DiLalla summed up King's feelings about joining the Broncos, including his thoughts on what he's going to do for a uniform number with No. 7 retired.

How he fits: Marquette KingIf Denver's new punter succeeds, the Broncos will be well-positioned to avoid a repeat of last year's special-teams struggles, Andrew Mason writes in his analysis of the signing.

Su'a speaks

The newest Broncos safety, whom the Broncos acquired in a trade with Washington last week, spoke at a press conference Monday, sharing his thoughts on the move and his fit on the roster.

Evolution of offense is tailored to defenders like Cravens**
In today's game, you need dime linebackers to cover running backs and tight ends. Su'a Cravens has the skill set to fill that role.

**'All I've been looking for': Su'a Cravens finds desired opportunity in Denver**
Cravens said he's excited to join a defense that's known for flying around.

Due diligence

As the NFL Draft approaches, the Broncos are taking closer looks at some of the top prospects. Last week, members of the coaching staff and front office met with UCLA's Josh Rosen and USC's Sam Darnold.

**Broncos welcome QB Josh Rosen to UCHealth Training Center for visit**
Rosen also had dinner on Tuesday night with the Broncos.

**Broncos visit with QB Sam Darnold in Los Angeles**
Denver continued to evaluate this year's top quarterback prospects.



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