It is the second day of the NFL Draft as rounds two and three begin at 5 PM today on NFL Network and ESPN.
Let us look at two rumors that Broncos could target on day two; as well as some options to consider for the franchise.
The Denver Broncos still have a plethora of needs and players to choose from at multiple positions. There are defensive tackles a plenty to draft in rounds two with Jarran Reed, A’Shawn Robinson, Andrew Billings, Jihad Ward and Hassan Ridgeway.
Braxton Miller has been reported to be on the team’s radar at least as of today for a dynamic special teams player with plays sprinkled in on the offensive side of the ball.
It will be interesting to see if the Broncos have Myles Jack or Jaylon Smith on their radar the rest of their weekend. Jack fell out of the first round due to reports of him needing microscopic knee surgery. However, teams have now been doing diligence trying to see the availability of Jack in the second round.
Safety position is another direction the team can go in the second and third rounds. Miles Killebrew, Vonn Bell are options, but with a small run on safeties last night, teams might be looking at adding options in the middle of the second round.
Of course lastly, the offensive line cannot be overlooked as a possible move for the Broncos in rounds two and three. The offensive has had much change in recent years and we will know how comfortable John Elway and Gary Kubiak are with the current roster at linemen.
Elway has now shown the continued success to win on draft and that will continue tonight during rounds two and three.