Denver Broncos: 2019 Shrine game prospect watchlist
Taking a look at some of the players to watch for the Denver Broncos at the 2019 Shrine Game, including Boise State QB Brett Rypien.
The Denver Broncos had a phenomenal rookie class in 2018, finding players on every day of the 2018 NFL Draft and finding a Pro Bowl running back in Phillip Lindsay after the draft was over.
That type of team building must continue in 2019 for John Elway and his new coaching staff led by head coach Vic Fangio, offensive line coach Mike Munchak, offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello, and defensive coordinator Ed Donatell.
Now that the Broncos have just about completed their coaching staff, it’s time to start identifying new players who can fit into the future of the organization.
Free agency will be key for the Broncos who are always looking to field a competitive team and refuse to ‘rebuild’, but the NFL Draft is the bread and butter of the rebuild which truly began this past season.
The East-West Shrine Game doesn’t get as much hype and publicity as the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama but has some interesting players nonetheless, players who can help the Broncos and fill some needs.
Let’s take a look at a few intriguing names before the game, and we’ll revisit after it’s played as well.