It is hard to say where the Denver Broncos target offensive line in the draft and who is on the radar. However, Dennis Daley’s powerful build with some athleticism makes for an interesting case to be an understudy at right tackle.
In this particular scenario, the Broncos made moves to solidify both defensive front seven, secondary, and right tackle.
This leaves Daley with an opportunity to grow and become athletic in his movement at right tackle. An area of weakness for Daley is footwork. Mike Munchak would be wise to teach the young lad the beauty of seeing it all come together. Daley is rather big at 312 pounds, but not enough to take him away from right tackle.
Seeing as how there’s plenty of power rushers in the division and Daley’s strong suit is his strength, he would match up with Melvin Ingram and others quite well. Denver needs to find out what they have in their depth, but an addition of Daley bolsters it.