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Wyoming QB Josh Allen visits with Broncos

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — With the 2018 NFL Draft just over two weeks away, the Broncos welcomed yet another top quarterback prospect to UCHealth Training Center.

Former Wyoming star Josh Allen visited Denver on Monday as he became the latest quarterback to receive an opportunity to meet with Broncos coaches and executives.

The Broncos already hold some degree of familiarity with the 21-year-old prospect, as Head Coach Vance Joseph and his staff led the North Team in January's Senior Bowl.

Allen, who worked with Quarterbacks Coach Mike Sullivan and Offensive Coordinator Bill Musgrave, finished that game with 158 passing yards and two touchdowns in limited playing time.

During his two years as a starter at Wyoming, Allen completed more than 56 percent of his passes for 5,015 yards and 44 touchdowns.

Denver holds the fifth-overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, which begins April 26.

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