Mock Draft: Denver Broncos Act Like Chefs and Draft Everywhere
We are nearly two weeks away from the NFL Draft to determine who will be the new future Denver Broncos in all seven rounds…
John Elway and the rest of the Denver Broncos’ front office spent the off-season upgrading quarterback, defensive line, right tackle, linebacker, and safety. Free agency is certainly a significant appetizer for the upcoming NFL Draft.
The Broncos bolstered the roster, but remain fixated on solidifying depth on the roster and looking toward the future. This is one of the reasons possibilities abound for the franchise with the fifth pick.
Gone are Trevor Siemian and Brock Osweiler, and in comes Case Keenum. Keenum signed a two-year deal with the Denver Broncos and the team is still contemplating taking quarterback high in the draft. The model to look at is Philadelphia and Los Angeles.
Despite re-signing Todd Davis at linebacker and trading for Su’a Cravens, the Broncos will do everything possible to make linebacker a priority early in the draft. First round linebackers Roquan Smith and Tremaine Edmunds are choices if the team trades back.
Tight end, running back, offensive/defensive line, and wide receiver are still positions of need and want in the draft for the Denver Broncos. This draft can jumpstart the franchise back to its winning ways. There’s incredible depth all across the board.
Let’s get those positions filled. Here’s my mock draft, version 3.0.