Mike Klis expects the Broncos to address cornerback, inside linebacker, tight end, quarterback, backup edge rusher, offensive line and returner in this year’s draft.
Klis believes it would make sense for Denver to trade back with a team such as the Dolphins or Redskins if they’re looking to acquire a quarterback prospect.
According to Klis, the Broncos won’t re-sign CB Tramaine Brock and the odds of Bradley Roby returning “aren’t great.”
In his latest mock draft, Klis has the Broncos selecting LSU LB Devin White in the first round and Iowa TE Noah Fant, Notre Dame CB Julian Love, Penn State OL Connor McGovern, Boise State QB Brett Rypien and Clemson WR Hunter Renfrow in the rounds after.
- Scott Petrak believes the Browns should look to sign Eagles DE Brandon Graham if he becomes a free agent.
- Petrak also identifies Colorado State WR Preston Williams as potentially fitting the criteria as the next Tyreek Hill or Antonio Callaway; talented receivers picked by GM John Dorsey after falling in the draft due to character concerns.
- Salary-cap executive Brandon Sosna has left Cleveland for the Chief Revenue Officer position at the University of Cincinnati. (Aditi Kinkhabwala)
Titans TE Delanie Walker hopes to be ready for OTA’s as he rehabs a dislocated and fractured ankle he suffered in the 2018 season opener. Walker is trying to return for a 14th season as he turns 35 this summer.
“I don’t really remember how old I am,” Walker said, via ESPN’s Turron Davenport. “They can judge me all they want. I already know people are going to say it’s going to be a struggle to come back off an injury like this. They doubted me before and look how far I got. I am just going to prove everybody wrong.”