Denver makes the upgrade for training camp 2018 (ft. WR Sanders)

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Denver’s How to Draft 2018
Running Back
Wide Receiver
Defensive Line
Offensive Line
Inside Linebacker
Outside Linebacker
Cornerback
Feature: Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders’ Experience with Charities
About Courtland Sutton
Video: “Sanders lanches foundation with Boys & Girls Club pizza party”


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YouTube_Freeman_Sutton_Yiadom to Denver Broncos


Yiadom is talented in both man-press and zone scope. He’ll contend with 2017 third-rounder Brendan Langley for dime corner reps behind Chris Harris Jr., Bradley Roby and free-safety Tramaine Brock.


Round 1, Pick 5: Bradley Chubb, end, North Carolina State

Round 2, Pick 40: Courtland Sutton, wide receiver, SMU

Round 3, Pick 71: Royce Freeman, running back, Oregon

Round 3, Pick 99: Isaac Yiadom, cornerback, Boston College


Denver’s How to Draft 2018

The Broncos’ scene is unexpected now in comparison to it was Thursday morning. Not the sum total of what questions have been replied. Some new ones, as far as rivalry for list position, were made.

All things considered, President of Football Operations/General Manager John Elway and Head Coach Vance Joseph rose up out of the three-day draft with potential answers for the here and now and expanded alternatives as long as possible.

Running Back


Devontae Booker and De’Angelo Henderson are the main goto guys this season.


Lindsay and Henderson are compelling targets for the pass as backs and those two could wind up in a lively fight for rotational work. Freeman, the No. 71 general pick, can “totally” seek the beginning occupation, according to their Joseph inmost involvement in the room, and Austin Traylor emerged late last season as a reliable blocker who could fill the part cleared by Virgil Green. Now, the Broncos have two newbies in this gathering: fifth-round pick Troy Fumagalli and 2017 fifth-round choice Jake Butt.

Butt has the upside of putting in a year in gatherings and at works on taking mental reiterations while working his way once more from a torn foremost cruciate tendon. Fumagalli brings a comprehension of – and involvement with – the genius style offense keep running at Wisconsin by head mentor Paul Chryst, the sibling of Broncos Tight Ends Coach Geep Chryst.

Butt and Fumagalli could be the future at the position. Them two have the blocking capacity to function as in-line tight closures, while additionally having the hands and course running expertise to work in a high quality arrangement. Both can possibly re-shape the Broncos’ red-zone assault and give Case Keenumthe sort of reliable targets he had in Minnesota.

The flexibility of Butt and Fumagalli is something Elway communicated a want to discover in his tight finishes when he was gotten some information about the situation preceding the 2017 NFL Draft – which saw an uncommonly profound product of players at the position. The two youthful tight closures could give the Broncos the adaptability to in the end utilize a two-tight end arrangement as their base bundle, which worked in 2012 with Joel Dreessen and Jacob Tamme.


Broncos select DaeSean Hamilton No. 113 in the 2018 NFL Draft


Wide Receiver

Second-round pick Courtland Suttonand fourth-round selection DaeSean Hamilton will factor into the Broncos offense. In 2018, they have an opportunity to be the third and fourth beneficiaries behind Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders.

Hardly any groups have ever kept seven wide collectors on the 53-man list heading into a season. With Thomas, Sanders, Sutton and Hamilton liable to make the group, the gathering of stores drove by Henderson, McKenzie and Taylor could be doing combating for maybe a couple spots.

Defensive Line

Sixth round pick Sam Jones has an opportunity to go after a multifaceted part on the inside of the defensive attack, for the Broncos. Jones earned 19 sacks once again the last two seasons at Arizona State in the wake of working at both handle spots amid his redshirt first year.

Offensive Line

In the wake of taking cautious ends Adam Gotsis and DeMarcus Walker in the past two second adjusts, the Broncos stayed away from the protective line totally in the 2018 draft.

The rise of Shelby Harris as a rotational patron a year ago gave the Broncos some adaptability to not focus on the line in the draft. The choice of Bradley Chubb with the No. 2 general pick likewise helps, as Joseph said it’s “conceivable” that the 269-pound outside linebacker could function as one of two inside rushers on downs.

Inside Linebacker

Joseph said at the NFL Annual Meeting a month ago that he planned to include an inside linebacker right on time in the draft; the Broncos chose Iowa’s Josey Jewell with the 106th general pick. Jewell and 6th rounder Keishawn Bierria could effectively change the strength of the team’s ability to affect the run and pass.

Outside Linebacker

Chubb will work with the solid side outside linebackers, Joseph stated, which places Chubb in a similar gathering room with Shane Ray and Shaquil Barrett. Von Miller, who is set to take a shot at the powerless side, will be set with Bill Kollar’s cautious line aggregate for gatherings so he can center around the pass surge.

Coppery’s Jeff Holland, a first-group All-SEC pick who posted 10 sacks last season, supposedly consented to terms with the Broncos after the draft. Holland posted 10 sacks and 13 handles for misfortune a year ago and is a crude ability, yet could stick as a fifth outside linebacker behind Miller, Barrett, Ray and Chubb.

Cornerback

Third-round pick Isaac Yiadom’s physicality and range of abilities brings out correlations with 2017 draftee Brendan Langley, who was likewise picked close to the finish of the third cycle one year back. Yiadom, Langley, Marcus Rios are the essential contenders for hold spots behind starters Chris Harris Jr. and Bradley Roby and potential No. 3 cornerback Tramaine Brock.
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Feature: Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders’ Experience with Charities

Emmanuel launched a foundation; hosts movie night for disadvantaged kids.

Laurie Lattimore from Volkmann reporting on this specific event only 11 months ago. Here is what was relayed in the media: Long before Pro Bowl wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders was catching passes from Pro Bowl quarterbacks in the NFL, he was lighting it up on the basketball court with his local Boys and Girls Club in tiny Bellville, Texas.


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And those fond memories have translated into Sanders’ new foundation working with the Broncos-affiliated Boys & Girls Club of Metro Denver. The purpose of his foundation is to provide a place for kids in tough family situations to have a place to hang out and even improve their own
lives.


“If they’re having trouble at home, the Boys and Girls Club allows the parent to work and allows the kids to come here … They have everything proper for when the kids get out of school, they can advance and keep getting better, no matter how their home circumstances are,” said Sanders, who credits his Boys & Girls Club growing up with getting him involved in sports and extracurricular activities. “And that’s what it’s about. That’s why I’ve always liked what the Boys and Girls Club represented.”


Sanders launched his new foundation with the club by offering a movie/pizza night last week with 100 kids in the club.
The event started with Sanders and fellow Broncos teammates hosting a pizza party with pizza from a local Peyton Manning-owned Papa John’s (former official pizza company) and then, a field trip to a movie theater to see “King Arthur: The Legend of the Sword.” (see YouTube insert at the bottom of page).


The 6-foot-3, 220-pound Sutton is not the fastest receiver, but boasts the toughness and body positioning to snag contested balls. Last season, he caught 68 passes for 1,085 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Sutton should immediately compete for the No. 3 receiver spot behind Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders.

Last season, Denver ranked 20th in the NFL in passing offense (208 yards per game) while Trevor Siemian, Paxton Lynch and Brock Osweiler rotated as the starting quarterback. The Broncos signed Keenum to a two-year contract last month to help correct that. Denver also has two third-round picks, along with two fourth-round selections and two h-round picks, according to the NFL scheduled drafting chart.

About Courtland Sutton

The 6-foot-3, 220-pound Sutton is not the fastest receiver, but boasts the toughness and body positioning to snag contested balls. Last season, he caught 68 passes for 1,085 yards and 12 touchdowns. Sutton should immediately compete for the No. 3 receiver spot behind Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders. Last season, Denver ranked 20th in the NFL in passing offense (208 yards per game) while Trevor Siemian, Paxton Lynch and Brock Osweiler rotated as the starting quarterback. The Broncos signed Keenum to a two-year contract last month to help correct that.
Denver also has two third-round picks later Friday, along with two fourth-round selections and two third-round picks Saturday.

The Denver Broncos’ bolstered its receiving corps in a big way Friday by drafting receiver Courtland Sutton at No. 40 overall in the second round. Sutton declared to turn pro after his junior season, according to the press in Denver.

Courtland Sutton
Size: 6-foot-4, 216 pounds
College: SMU
Age: 22ff with logo tag

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