Denver Broncos shocked all of us by drafting the quarterback of the future in Paxton Lynch out of Memphis. A report has now surfaced from Cecil Lammey, the Broncos may be interested in one of the most dynamic players in college players who is worth a second round pick on.
Braxton Miller was the starting quarterback before injuries caught up to him and of course losing the job to JT Barrett and Cardale Jones. Miller would get his shot at wide receiver for the Ohio State Buckeyes in one season recording over 341 yards receiving and 261 yards rushing continuing to add his versatile skillset to his repertoire as receiver.
The possible addition of Miller would give insurance in case Emmanuel Sanders is not re-signed this season, as Sanders is a UFA free agent this coming year. One area Miller could be dynamic is as a KR/PR on special teams putting Jordan Norwood on notice in case the Broncos drafted him today.
Miller expects to be drafted in rounds two to three. Broncos might be interested in grabbing him before he hits the first part of the third round.