Found April 26, 2012 on BroncoTalk:

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In just a few short hours the Broncos may add a new member to their roster. The likeliness of the Broncos selecting exactly in all of these spots is extremely low, but trades are nearly impossible to mock.

So here is my futile attempt to pick all of the new and upcoming Broncos. Will there be a defensive tackle in the mix?

Check it out after the jump!


Derek Wolfe, the Denver Broncos Second Round Draft Pick

Derek Wolfe poses for a headshot during the NFL Scouting Combine on Saturday, Feb. 25, 2012, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/Ben Liebenberg) Two days, 35 draft picks selected and the Denver Broncos finally make a selection. I had a couple of defensive tackles rated higher than Derek Wolfe, but he is the guy John Elway believes will be the impact player he wants anchoring the interior...

Denver Broncos Draft Derek Wolfe, DT in Second Round

Derek Wolfe poses for a headshot during the NFL Scouting Combine on Saturday, Feb. 25, 2012, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/Ben Liebenberg) The Denver Broncos have selected Derek Wolfe with the 36th pick of the 2012 NFL Draft. Defensive Tackle was a position the whole world saw as a need for the Broncos and in spite of the misdirection John Elway threw around in various interviews in...

Denver Broncos select Derek Wolfe, Grade C+

The Denver Broncos addressed an obvious area of weakness, and did so with a player who should be able to come in and be reasonably effective. However, Derek Wolfe was most definitely not the top defensive tackle on the board. Brandon Thompson, Devon Still and possibly a few others should have come off the board before Wolfe, who isn’t the most physically gifted player and appeared...

Denver Broncos Draft Twitter reactions

The Denver Broncos finally participated in the draft on Friday night after trading out of the first round on Thursday. During the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos traded their 25th pick to the New England Patriots for a fourth rounder and the 31st pick. The Broncos then traded the 31st pick and the fourth rounder from New England to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers...

Film Room: John Elway unveils the Broncos war room

OK, this was cool. A look inside the Denver Broncos War Room for draft prep and the draft itself. (Note: if the embedded video is not working click the link below it.) Thanks, 9NEWS

Denver Broncos trade down to Pick 31

2012 NFL Draft — The Denver Broncos have traded the 25th overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft with the New England Patriots for the 31st overall pick. The Broncos also acquired the Patriots’ fourth round pick (126th overall) in the trade. The Patriots used the 25th pick to select linebacker Dont’a Hightower.

Report: Nate Webster found guilty

Former NFL linebacker Nate Webster was found guilty in Ohio on Wednesday of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, The Cincinnati Enquirer reported. Webster, 34, who last played for the Denver Broncos in 2008, was indicted in June on charges of sexual battery, gross sexual imposition and five counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a 15-year-old girl. After deliberating six hours...

Denver Broncos Draft Quarterback Brock Osweiler as Understudy for Peyton Manning

Maybe trading Tim Tebow was a good thing for the Broncos. In the second round of the NFL draft on Friday night, Denver picked quarterback Brock Osweiler with the 25th pick -- 57th overall. The former Arizona State quarterback only spent one full season as a starter in college. In 2011, he finsihed 326-of-516 for 4,036 yards and 26 touchdowns. In 2009 and 2010, he was mainly used...

Daily Links: Denver Broncos News – 4/27/12

Top Stories John Elway Press Conference | Executive Vice President of Football Operations John Elway breaks down the team’s first round trades and preparing for the second day of the draft. Broncos Trade Down, Then Out of Round 1 | John Elway said he was open to trades — “preferably” down. He got his preference — and said that the Broncos’...

Denver Broncos select Brock Osweiler, Grade C+

Despite making the playoffs in 2012 and adding Peyton Manning, the Denver Broncos are still a few pieces away from being legitimate contenders. So I find it odd that they drafted a guy who won’t see the field in any meaningful capacity until 2013 at the earliest. Brock Osweiler is purely a developmental prospect, and wasn’t worth a 2nd-round selection in my opinion. I like a...

Daily Links: Denver Broncos News – 4/25/12

Win a custom commissioned sports athlete portrait – valued at $300! Top Stories Dawkins Reflects On Career | Addressing the media for the last time at Dove Valley, Brian Dawkins talks about what he’ll miss most about playing football and what’s next now that he’s retired. The Game Is Changing, and Dawkins Is Not Okay With That | As Brian...

2012 Denver Broncos Draft – Round 1 LIVE BLOG

2012 NFL Draft – Round 1- LIVE BLOG

Draft dream scenario comes true for Osweiler

Before the Denver Broncos inked free agent and future Hall of Fame QB Peyton Manning, the AFC West champions were showing great interest in former ASU signal caller Brock Osweiler. Evident by their second round draft selection tonight, that interest never waned despite the Broncos’ colossal signing.

Daily Links: Denver Broncos News – 4/26/12

Top Stories Draft Day Dawns … | Now you’re probably wondering why I selected Michigan State defensive tackle Jerel Worthy in each mock draft. Tebow’s success dropped Broncos in NFL draft order | Denver Post Somewhere, no doubt in proximity to a spotlight, Tim Tebow is giggling. The No. 25 draft pick was Tebow’s parting gift to the Broncos. A Typical Draft...
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