Broncos didn't draft a linebacker but will give undrafted free agents a look

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- The Denver Broncos agreed to terms with 19 undrafted free agents. Here’s a closer look at each player:

Bralon Addison, WR, Oregon: Addison missed the 2014 season with a torn right ACL but returned with a flourish to lead the Ducks with 63 catches this past season. He doesn’t have eye-catching timed speed, but as a former all-state quarterback as a prep player in Texas, he makes people miss with the ball in his hands. He is also a punt returner.

Vontarrius Dora, DE, Louisiana Tech: At 256 pounds (at his on-campus pro day) he’s a little undersized to play defensive end for the Broncos and would have to show he has the quickness to stand up and play outside linebacker. He tied for the team lead in sacks this past season with six and forced two fumbles. He graduated during the 2015 season.

Mose Frazier, WR, Memphis: Broncos selected Memphis quarterback Paxton Lynch in the first round and then secured his go-to receiver as an undrafted rookie Frazier ran a 4.55 clocking in his 40-yard dash at his on-campus pro day to go with a 37-inch vertical jump, both numbers that get the attention of evaluators. He had 70 catches this past season to go with 47 in 2014 -- both totals led the team in those seasons.

Antonio Glover, S, Georgia Southern: Tall, angular safety, at 6-0 1/2, 184 pounds, he had six interceptions this past season, including three of those against Western Michigan. He started 27 games over the last three seasons.

Lars Hanson, T, Sacramento State: At 6-feet-6 1/4-inches tall and 308 pounds, Hanson certainly fits the profile the Broncos like. He also spent his pre-draft workouts in suburban Denver working with trainer Loren Landow, who has worked with a long list of NFL players as well as Olympic medalist Missy Franklin. Hanson started his last 39 consecutive games at left tackle.

Calvin Heurtelou, DT, Miami: A defensive tackle for the Hurricanes (6-2 1/2, 304 pounds) who was a two-year starter for the team -- 12 starts in 2015 to go with 12 starts in 2014 -- after he transferred from Scottsdale Community College.

Shaneil Jenkins, DE, Shepherd: Jenkins finished 2015 with 13.5 sacks to go with 23 tackles for loss and closed out his career with 27 sacks overall. At West Virginia’s pro day, the 6-2 7/8, 281-pound defensive end ran a 4.84 40-yard dash.

Henry Krieger-Coble, TE, Iowa: The Broncos signed former Houston Texans tight end Garrett Graham just before the draft, so the team didn’t expend a draft pick on the position. But Krieger-Coble, at 249 pounds, is a quality receiver. Started just one season, but is a potential fit for a zone blocking team like the Broncos.

David Moala, DE, Utah State: At 6-1 1/2, 311 pounds, he may get a look at nose tackle in the Broncos’ front. As a junior college transfer started one season for the Aggies. Finished with 4.5 sacks this past season and blocked two kicks as well. Cousin is Detroit Lions defensive tackle Haloti Ngata.

Justin Murray, T, Cincinnati: Murray is athletic, considering his 4.93 time in the 40-yard dash at his pro day would have put him at or near the top of the offensive linemen who ran at the NFL scouting combine. He started at right tackle this past season for the Bearcats, but some scouts believe at 6-4 1/2, 300 pounds he might project as a guard in the NFL.

Durron Neal, WR, Oklahoma: Neal showed good speed at his pro day (4.54 in the 40-yard dash and closed is career out with the Sooners with back-to-back 40-catch seasons -- 42 in 2014 to go with 44 in 2015. Had just six touchdown catches in four years combined. He did return nine kickoffs overall, so he would be wise to volunteer for that duty with the Broncos.

Aaron Neary, G, Eastern Washington: A 6-3 1/8, 301-pound guard who, as a former prep basketball player, showed quality movement skills in workouts (5.15 40-yard dash). Neary has an effective initial punch against opposing defensive linemen and is a better fit for a zone blocking team like the Broncos than he would be for some others in the league.

Dwayne Norman, LB, Duke: Norman played safety his first three seasons and he led the Blue Devils in tackles this past season with 114 as a linebacker. He was 6-0 1/8, 230 pounds at his on-campus pro day workout on March 23.

Anthony Norris, TE, Southern Utah: At 6-3 5/8, 249 pounds he didn’t work out as well -- at UNLV’s pro day -- as some expected. Had a 4.98 clocking in the 40-yard dash, but the Broncos are always on the hunt for fullback/H-back types.

Kyle Peko, DT, Oregon State: A little shorter than some teams prefer at 6-1, 298 pounds, Peko is still a high-effort player whose game video repeatedly showed a player who was difficult for opposing blockers to handle. He played just one season at Oregon State after being academically ineligible during the 2014 season.

Kalif Raymond, WR, Holy Cross: Ran sprints for the Holy Cross track team, including the 100-meter dash as well as the 4x100 relay. Finished the 2015 season with 74 receptions and was the team’s top punt and kickoff returner as well. He returned one kickoff for a touchdown this past season and also carried the ball seven times out of the backfield.

Frank Shannon, LB, Oklahoma: A 235-pound inside linebacker, he was suspended for the 2014 season. He had been accused of sexual assault in April 2014, but no charges were filed by Cleveland County District Attorney’s office. The university, however, suspended him after its own investigation. Shannon challenged the suspension while the university fought to enforce it and the case went to the Oklahoma Supreme Court. The Court ruled university could impose the suspension and Shannon did not attend the university in 2014, instead attending classes at North Texas University. He returned to play 12 games for the Sooners in 2015, started four and finished with 47 tackles.

Sadat Sulleyman, LB, Portland St.: At 6-0 3/8, 254 pounds, he played in a pass-rush role for the Vikings. He was born in Ghana and raised in New York before moving to Tacoma, Wash., in high school. Slowed by a hand injury in 2014, but finished out his career with 13.5 tackles for loss and five sacks this past season.

Nathan Theus, LS, Georgia: Was a special teams captain for the Bulldogs this past season and played in 52 games in his career. His younger brother, John, was a senior offensive lineman this past season.

John Tidwell, CB, Sioux Falls: Tidwell was one of the players the Broncos had in for the pre-draft workout at their complex for players who had attended high school or college in the Denver area. He had run a 4.56 40-yard dash, at 5-11 1/4, 199 pounds, at his pro day (he took part in South Dakota State’s pro day since his school didn’t have one). A four-year starter for the Cougars.

Eddie Yarbrough, DE, Wyoming: Yarbrough, too, took part in the "locals" workout the Broncos had leading up to the draft. He was a first- or second-team All-Mountain West selection in each of the last three seasons. He finished his career with a school-record 39 tackles for loss and led the team with seven sacks in 2015.