Here's a look at some prospects the Broncos should have their eye on at the NFL combine.
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Don't think the "T-shirt Olympics" known as the NFL combine is valuable? Chances are the Broncos will meet their entire draft class there.
While quarterback and offensive line seem to be more pressing needs, team president John Elway says keeping the defense strong is a top priority.
The Broncos' decision not to pick up Russell Okung's four-year option leaves them once again trying to find an affordable upgrade at left tackle.
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The Broncos' decision on Russell Okung formally gives the team an opening at left tackle -- they were already proceeding in offseason planning as if Okung's option bonus would no be paid. In that light the draft is fairly thin at left tackle in terms of walk-in starter potential, but at No. 20 the Broncos will likely have a chance at one of top three tackles on the board --Cam Robinson, Ryan Ramcyzk or Garett Bolles. But they haven't taken an offensive lineman in the first round since Ryan Clady in 2008.
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The Broncos have told offensive tackle Russell Okung that they will not pick up his option.
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The Broncos are counting on Shane Ray to build off his progress and help them diversify their pass rush, which could shape their other moves.
The Broncos will be keeping a close eye on medical updates of several players on offense as they map out potential offseason moves.
If drafted or signed, receiver Jalen Robinette could be among the first wave of service-academy products to play immediately upon graduation.
Thanks to their cheap young QBs, the Broncos enter free agency and the draft with plenty of financial flexibility as they build for the future.
Matt Barkley displayed enough late last season with Chicago to make him an upgrade over the returning QBs in Denver.
With stopping the run having been a sore spot on an otherwise stellar defense, the Broncos intend to devote offseason resources to plugging some gaps.
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Like in his first mock draft, Mel Kiper Jr. had the Broncos addressing their needs on the offensive line by taking Garett Bolles at No. 20 overall.
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Denver offensive coordinator Mike McCoy said the Broncos will tailor their offense to suit the strengths of either Trevor Siemian or Paxton Lynch.
Wednesday will be the first day that NFL teams can designate franchise-tag players. It's doubtful that Denver, getting ready for its first season under head coach Vance Joseph, will go that route.