What experts are saying about Denver Broncos selection of TE Greg Dulcich
What is the media saying about new Denver Broncos tight end Greg Dulcich after the team made him a third-round pick?
The Denver Broncos filled the void left by the departure of former first-round tight end Noah Fant to the Seattle Seahawks with former UCLA tight end Greg Dulcich in the 2022 NFL Draft.
Had they not addressed the position, they would have either added a tight end through undrafted free agency, or a training camp addition.
I honestly was a little bit surprised they didn’t go offensive tackle here, but at the end of the day, I’m very excited to see the type of impact Dulcich will have in the new Broncos offense with Russell Wilson under center.
What is the media saying about new Denver Broncos tight end Greg Dulcich?
After many consecutive seasons of losing football, it has been very hard for Broncos Country to be confident in the team. Now, with the recent additions the team has made, it’s fairly easy to be confident in the team’s future.
Dulcich should be highly in contention to be the team’s second tight end alongside starter Albert Okwuegbunam. Tight end was an obvious need and I’m very happy they found a guy that they really like to draft him so early.
Zac Stevens of DNVR pulled this stat out to help Broncos Country be excited about their new tight end:
Hopefully, the next several years will be filled with long throws instead of those messy check-downs that we have seen a little too often.
In early March, former offensive lineman Brian Baldinger had something awesome to say about Dulcich in his Baldy’s Breakdown. Baldinger sites Dulcich’s route running and ability to attack the ball in the air. At his height, that’s something we should get to see often.
Ryan Edwards of Broncos Country Tonight brings up a phenomenal point here.
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One of the knocks on Dulcich is his lack of blocking skills, but that’s something that can be corrected in time. The Broncos and Broncos Country will just need to provide that time for him. Even if he does not become an elite blocker, however, you’re still getting a solid pass catcher and that’s something to look forward to.