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End Of Draft Press Conference | DenverBroncos.com
John Fox, John Elway and Brian Xanders talk about the players acquired through the 2012 NFL Draft.

Broncos put high priority on going after opposing quarterbacks | Denver Post
Peyton Manning alone will not get the Broncos to the Super Bowl. The way to get to the Super Bowl is to pay attention to the team that just won the Super Bowl.

2012 Draft Class Brings Excitement, Impact | DenverBroncos.com
Executive Vice President of Football Operations John Elway, Head Coach John Fox and General Manager Brian Xanders talked about a draft that went ‘as good as it could have gone’ on Saturday.

Ranking the Teams in the 2012 Draft | Draft Metrics
Team’s drafts were being graded by the talking heads on television even before the draft ended. The next few days will also bring forth a number of draft grades and assessments over the internet and in the printed media. Everyone knows it is actually impossible to sign grades now, but it does make for some good off-season discussions and fans love reading about how their team did.

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John Elway dropped the ball in the Denver Broncos’ NFL draft | Denver Post
McDaniels still around. Looks to me like Broncos executive John Elway is getting his NFL draft advice from former Denver coach Josh McDaniels.

Derek Wolfe, Broncos’ top draft pick, reaches his NFL dream | Denver Post
Some future NFL players spend the final days before the draft touring New York City, buying new suits or planning lavish parties.

CU Buffs’ Ryan Miller, Toney Clemons selected in 2012 NFL draft | Denver Post
Cleveland-bound Ryan Miller, the former Colorado offensive lineman chosen Saturday in the fifth round of the NFL draft by the Browns, likes what he hears about the Ohio city on the shores of Lake Erie.

Denver Broncos 2012 NFL Draft Picks: Rounds 4, 5, 6 | Denver Post
A round-up of the Denver Broncos’ fourth, fifth and sixth-round NFL draft picks for 2012.

Ronnie Hillman, Derek Wolfe, Brock Osweiler ready to help Broncos | Denver Post
Saturdays were the most difficult days to punch the clock for new Broncos running back Ronnie Hillman. To see all of the school colors, the hats, sweat shirts — and Hillman didn’t have the ball.

Peyton Manning on board with selection of QB Brock Osweiler | Denver Post
Conspiracy theorists figured Peyton Manning would have a say in the Broncos’ draft and they were right.

Former ASU CB Omar Bolden drafted by Denver Broncos; Vontaze Burfict goes undrafted | The Republic
One former Arizona State player had his dreams come true during the final four rounds of the NFL draft, but another had them dashed in jaw-dropping fashion.

NFL Draft | Wait ends for two Kentucky football stars | Courier Journal
Winston Guy had eaten enough pizza. He’d paced and worried. He’d been faked out by phone calls from his also-anxious father and well-meaning friends.

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2012 Denver Broncos Draft: Fan Reaction | Yahoo! Sports
The Denver Broncos came into the 2012 NFL Draft with some clear needs. Many fans (including myself) wanted improvement on the interior defensive line, depth in the secondary and the offensive line, and an additional running back.

Broncos Agree to Terms With 13 UDFAs | MaxDenver.com
Arizona State wide receiver Gerell Robinson headlines the list, reuniting with former Sun Devils teammates Brock Osweiler and Omar Bolden.

Round 4, No. 108: Philip Blake, C/G, Baylor | MaxDenver.com
A native of Toronto, Blake was eligible for the Canadian Football League draft — and as a starting offensive lineman at a school in a BCS conference, would have almost certainly had a guaranteed job for a decade, given the CFL’s rules limiting “import” players whose nationality is not Canadian.

Round 4, No. 101: Omar Bolden, CB/KR, Arizona State | MaxDenver.com
In the last three seasons, Bolden missed one year (2011) entirely and most of another (2009) because of problems with it. A sprained MCL torpedoed his sophomore season three years ago; a torn ACL during last spring’s practice brought his college career to a premature end.

Meeting the Media | MaxDenver.com
Denver’s draft picks were happy to pose for pictures as they toured team headquarters and met the media in person for the first time as Broncos.

Round 6, No. 188: Danny Trevathan, LB, Kentucky | MaxDenver.com
Every so often, you find interesting glimpses into a player’s personality from their media guide biography. That is the case with linebacker Danny Trevathan, the Broncos’ sixth-round pick at the No. 188 overall selection.

Round 5, No. 137: Malik Jackson, DE, Tennessee | MaxDenver.com
Wolfe is a pass-rushing three-technique defensive tackle who has the flexibility to swing outside and handle five-technique work. Jackson is a little more of an all-around defensive end — although he did have 7.5 sacks the last two years playing from the inside — and projects as a Broncos defensive end, but has the ability and size (285 pounds) to move inside and play the three-technique in a pinch.

Gut Reaction: Broncos draft Omar Bolden at #101 | IAOFM
The Broncos continued to draft to their board at positions of need (if you believe the Big Dipper, John Fox). The latest is Omar Bolden, cornerback, from Arizona State.

Gut Reaction: Broncos draft Philip Blake at #108 | IAOFM
The Broncos’ pick at #108, Center Philip Blake of Baylor, tells us more about what the Broncos think about J.D. Walton than it does about what they think of Philip Blake. Walton has been slow to develop, and despite the Broncos’ stellar running game last year, most Broncos fans recognize it had more to do with the unpredictability of the zone-read option than it did with Walton moving mountains up front.

Gut Reaction: Broncos draft Malik Jackson at #137 | IAOFM
With pick #137, the Broncos drafted an undersized, but athletic and versatile DT/DE tweener in Malik Jackson from Tennessee.

Gut Reaction: Broncos draft Danny Trevathan at #188 | IAOFM
Late in the draft, it’s all about depth and special teams. This tells you all you need to know about the Broncos’ pick of Danny Trevathan at #188.

To the “Draft Value Chart” experts | MileHighReport
Ok guys, let me try to make this fanpost as objective as I can. I’ve been reading since last night a lot of dudes saying we were screwed because of the NFL Draft Value Chart. But hey, did the Denver Broncos really lost anything yesterday?

Denver Broncos Videos

1-On-1 With New Broncos | DenverBroncos.com
Broncos TV talks to Ronnie Hillman, Brock Osweiler and Derek Wolfe about coming to Denver; full interviews to air on Xfinity’s 2012 Draft Special later this week.

Derek Wolfe Press Conference | DenverBroncos.com
Derek Wolfe talks about joining the Broncos as the team’s first pick of the 2012 NFL Draft.

Brock Osweiler Press Conference | DenverBroncos.com
Quarterback Brock Osweiler talks about learning from Peyton Manning and his excitement about being a Bronco.

Ronnie Hillman Press Conference | DenverBroncos.com
Ronnie Hillman talks about being compared to Marshall Faulk and what he can bring to the Broncos.

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