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2017 Schedule
9-7, 3rd in AFC West

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Tonight, Hall of Famer Floyd Little will announce the Broncos' second-round pick in Philadelphia. Ring of Famer Rod Smith will then announce the first of two third-round picks the Broncos have at the moment.

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2hSteve Muench

Round 2 mock draft: Broncos beef up D-line

Denver struggled to stop the rush last season. In Round 2, they could grab a defensive lineman who profiles as an above-average run-stopper.

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14hMel Kiper Jr.

Day 1 winners, question marks and more

The Broncos could have had any offensive lineman they wanted with the No. 20 pick. So why did they go with Garett Bolles?

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16hJeff Legwold

Broncos' pick Bolles uses stage to inspire kids

Garett Bolles' journey from his troubled past took an enormous step at the NFL draft Thursday when the Denver Broncos made him their first-round pick and perhaps their future left tackle.

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Garett Bolles represents the latest pick for the first offensive lineman to come off the draft board, and the fifth-oldest first-round pick, of the common draft era. He was a rock at left tackle in his lone season with Utah in 2016.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

The Broncos have selected Utah tackle Garett Bolles and he immediately is in the running for the left tackle job. He's an athletic player who plays with an edge.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

This early run on offensive players on what is a quality draft board on defense is pushing some top-tier defensive players into the Broncos' consideration.

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Which player will the Broncos take at No. 20? Here are the final projected picks from Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay, plus the players Louis Riddick and NFL Nation would select: Kiper/McShay/NFL Nation – Ryan Ramczyk, OT, Wisconsin; Riddick – Garett Bolles, OT, Utah.

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Sanders: QB Lynch no longer deer in headlights

Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders says quarterback Paxton Lynch no longer seems like "a deer in the headlights," but says Trevor Siemian still has the demeanor of the team's top QB.

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The Broncos had their worst rushing season in two decades in 2016. Look for Denver to target the offensive line in the draft to give C.J. Anderson more room to run.

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3dPro Football Focus

Best mid-round prospect fit: Antonio Garcia

If Denver doesn't land a starting offensive tackle in the first round, Garcia is worth a look as a developmental prospect in the middle rounds.

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3dMichael Kelly

Talib 'glad' he won't be suspended for shooting

Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib on Tuesday said he was "just glad" he escaped being disciplined by the NFL for the incident last June when he accidentally shot himself in the leg.

Team Stats

Passing Yards230.3Tied-21st
Rushing Yards92.827th
Points For20.822nd
Points Against18.64th

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