Originally written April 10, 2012 on BroncoTalk:
Win a custom commissioned sports athlete portrait – valued at $300! Top Stories Osweiler fits Broncos’ profile for a backup QB backup | Denver Post
The Broncos were on the hunt for another quarterback even before they traded Tim Tebow to the New York Jets. And while fewer folks seem to be angered by that pursuit now that a four-time MVP and future Hall of Famer is the team’s starting quarterback, the Broncos still are evaluating the signal callers on the draft board. 2012 NFL Draft Preview: Defensive Line | DenverBroncos.com
In the weeks leading up to the 2012 NFL Draft, DenverBroncos.com is taking a look at the draft prospects position-by-position.

Tebowmania is Not Enough to Oust Mark Sanchez | Yahoo! Sports
Can Tebowmania oust Mark Sanchez as the New York Jets’ starting quarterback? It worked in Denver, when Tim Tebow played for the Denver Broncos, but Denver is not New York. The starting quarterback for the New York Jets is Mark Sanchez, and so far, no one from the Jets organization is saying anything different. Denver Broncos News Broncos Mailbag: Peyton Manning could use some running back help | Denver Post
Denver Post sports writer Mike Klis posts his Broncos Mailbag each month during the NFL offseason. Starting guard Chris Kuper could be A-OK by training camp | Denver Post
Kuper, a fifth-round pick in the 2006 draft, had surgery soon after his New Year’s Day injury against the Chiefs. Broncos WR Eric Decker says Peyton Manning is ‘throwing it great’ | CBS Sports
It’s been three weeks since the Broncos signed Peyton Manning. The initial excitement has worn off (Tim Tebow is now the Jets’ problem), and it’s been replaced by this reality: will Manning return to full health in time to actually be Denver’s quarterback next season? DENVER BRONCOS: MANNING FOR NOW, BROCK OSWEILER THE FUTURE? | NFL Soup
The Denver Broncos may have learned a lesson from the Indianapolis Colts: Be prepared. Last season, the Colts lack of a back-up plan to Peyton Manning resulted in Kerry Collins and Curtis Painter reducing their offense to a stuttering embarrassment. The Broncos, it seems, are all ready looking to the future and may look to pick up their Manning-successor in this year’s Draft. Denver Broncos Blogs 2012 NFL Draft: Denver Broncos Must Pass on “Project” Brock Osweiler | Bleacher Report
Brock Osweiler is a double-edged sword. He has shown lots of promise and raw talent, but he is still inexperienced and unpolished after only one season in college as the unquestioned starter at ASU. 2012 NFL Mock Draft: Broncos Select C Peter Konz In Latest Projection From SB Nation
The Denver Broncos have plenty of options when it comes to this year’s NFL Draft, and expert opinions have differed quite a bit when it comes to projecting who the Broncos will select in the first round. In his latest mock draft, SB Nation’s Ryan Van Bibber sees Denver strengthening its offensive line by selecting Wisconsin center Peter Konz. Making sense of the numbers – the inherent flaws in explosion number and lateral agility | MileHighReport
If you don’t know that the Denver Broncos are in dire need of some talent at the DT position, then you probably are a Raiders fan whose greatest lifetime accomplishment was completing seventh grade. Scouting the Draft: 2012 Defensive tackles | IAOFM
It’s Lying Season for the NFL (moreso than usual), but it’s no great secret the Broncos have a significant need at defensive tackle, again. Last month I profiled Mississippi State’s Fletcher Cox, who is expected to be long gone when Denver makes its first pick at #25, provided they remain there. Denver Broncos Videos Video: On The Clock — Broncos | ESPN
The On The Clock roundtable looks at the impact Peyton Manning will have on the Broncos and if they can contend for the Super Bowl.
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