NFL Draft 2014
A huge part of the Broncos’ success since Peyton Manning came to town has been getting him the proper protection, and the Broncos used their third round draft pick to do just that by selecting Michael Schofield.
With their second pick in the NFL draft the Denver Broncos took a player who will directly affect Peyton Manning. He’s wide receiver Cody Latimer out of the University of Indiana.
The knock on Bradley Roby is that he had some character issues. The cornerback was widely regarded as a Top 20 pick until a couple of off-the-field incidents at Ohio State had teams nervous. But not the Broncos — they did their homework.
ody Latimer is already a good fit in Denver and he has yet to suit up in orange and blue. Well, blue at least.
The NFL Draft 2014 is in the history books, and CBSDenver.com writer Brett Heinzerling shares some insight into why assigning a grade to this year’s selections by the Denver Broncos is a wasted effort.
John Elway returned from that five-touchdown loss to Seattle in the Super Bowl and decided the Denver Broncos, as much as anything, needed an attitude adjustment.
The Denver Broncos have signed college free agents Kapri Bibbs and Shaquil Barrett from Colorado State University.
What grade do you give the Broncos 2014 draft picks?
The Denver Broncos have wrapped up their draft with the selection of Oklahoma outside linebacker Corey Nelson in the seventh round.
John Elway turned his attention to the SEC after using his first three picks on Big Ten players, choosing LSU linebacker Lamin Barrow in the fifth round of the NFL draft Saturday.