Denver Broncos Senior Bowl roster loaded on offense

IOWA CITY, IOWA- SEPTEMBER 2: Quarterback Josh Allen
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Wide Receivers/Tight Ends

Wide Receivers

Michael Gallup, Colorado State
Cedrick Wilson, Boise State
J’Mon Moore, Missouri
Allen Lazard, Iowa State
Jaleel Scott, New Mexico State
Braxton Berrios, Miami

Tight Ends

Mike Gesicki, Penn State
Troy Fumagali, Wisconsin
Durham Smythe, Notre Dame
Tyler Conklin, Central Michigan

This is a very good group of players, perhaps the best combination the Broncos could have hoped for. Though they did miss out on South Dakota State tight end Dallas Goedert, who is very ‘north’ in geography, but such is life. Perhaps the Texans wanted a close look at him since they have a need at tight end this offseason.

The Broncos got local favorite Michael Gallup, a big time playmaker at Colorado State, and a couple of really interesting players at receiver in Allen Lazard, Cedrick Wilson, and Jaleel Scott.

Those guys are all going to be a million times better than anyone Josh Allen ever played with at Wyoming, so it’ll be exciting to see him work with some talent at receiver and tight end.

The Broncos got a great group at tight end, led by two Big Ten players in Gesicki and Fumagali who would be interesting day two/early day three additions to the position as pass catching options.

Smythe is a very underrated player right now that could impress big time at the Senior Bowl, and I liked what I saw from Conklin at Central Michigan.