This Denver Broncos 7-round mock draft is the worst outcome imaginable

If this mock draft was the real deal, it'd be the worst possible outcome for the Denver Broncos.
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145th Overall Pick - Beaux Limmer, OC, Arkansas

All of Sam Mustipher, Luke Wattenberg, and Alex Forsyth will likely compete for the starting center job. There's also Calvin Throckmorton, who was signed recently. He's played all across the OL and while he has not played center, I personally would not be surprised to see him get offseason reps at that spot.

There's also still some viable centers remaining in the free agent market, so there just isn't a good reason to use a mid-round pick on one at this point. The Broncos should be just fine along the iOL for the short and long-term.

147th Overall Pick - Jaheim Bell, TE, Florida State

There's nothing special about Jaheim Bell as a prospect. He's undersized and isn't notable as a receiver or a blocker. Denver needs some juice along the TE position and Bell isn't the type of prospect that brings the needed juice. They already have Adam Trautman, who is an adequate blocker and fine receiver. And heck, anything they get from Dulcich is a bonus at this point. A nice advantage for an NFL offense is having a legitimate threat at tight end.

There are many stronger options at TE during the 2024 NFL Draft for Denver, including Brock Bowers, Ja'Tavion Sanders, Theo Johnson, and Jared Wiley.