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And with quarterback Trevor Siemian's trade to the Minnesota Vikings last week, it means among the 15 players the Broncos selected in the 2014 and 2015 drafts combined, only five remain on the current roster -- Bradley Roby, Matt Paradis, Shane Ray, Jeff Heuerman and Max Garcia.
Now that wide receiver Cody Latimer, who was an unrestricted free agent, has signed with the Giants Monday and after linebacker Corey Nelson signed with the Eagles last week, only cornerback Bradley Roby and center Matt Paradis remain from the Broncos' six-player draft class in 2014.
With the New York Jets trade to move up to the No. 3 pick in this year's draft the Broncos could be rewarded for staying at No. 5 with one of this draft's blue chip players -- Bradley Chubb or Quenton Nelson. It's possible one of the top four quarterbacks remain on the board as well. But staying put could well land the Broncos one of the three best players in this draft.
When asked Friday if the Broncos would still consider using the No. 5 pick of the draft to select a quarterback after signing Case Keenum, John Elway pointed out that Paxton Lynch is still a developing player and then added: " We have a lot of opportunities at five now. We're in good spots. We're high in a lot of rounds. As I said, it's going to be important for us to find guys that can help our football team. We'll continue to work that. We still have to go through the free agency side. Once we get into our draft meetings the first of April, than we'll start looking at all of the different ways we could possibly go there."
In the wake of Case Keenum's arrival, Broncos coach Vance Joseph was Friday asked if Paxton Lynch is the No. 2 quarterback. Joseph said: "Paxton is the 2, absolutely." That said the Broncos are still scouting the quarterbacks in the draft with some fervor as Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield and USC's Sam Darnold will be among those players with pre-draft visits to the Broncos' complex in the coming weeks. John Elway said Friday the team has about 20 of the possible 30 visits set up.
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