With their third-round pick, the Broncos chose Michigan tackle Michael Schofield.
The 6-6, 301-pounder started 36 games over the past three seasons, split amongst left guard (in 2011) and right tackle (2012-13).
With the 31st pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, the Broncos have selected Ohio State corner Bradley Roby.
The 5-11, 194-pounder ran a 4.39-second forty at the combine, good for the fourth best time among corners.
In three seasons with the Buckeyes, Roby tallied 179 total tackles (7.5 for loss), eight interceptions (two for scores), and 41 passes defensed.
Having waited far too long for the honor, Dan Reeves, Rick Upchurch, and Gene Mingo will finally be enshrined in the Broncos' Ring of Fame in 2014.
Reeves, who coached the team to the second most wins in franchise history, led the team to three AFC Championships in four seasons.
Of course, each of those conference titles was followed by a humiliating loss in the SB, with John Elway at quarterback.
The Tar Heels standout fell to the Giants at #52, but his rookie season was lost to a torn pectoral muscle.
According to the Free Press, the Broncos recently hosted Penn State wide receiver Allen Robinson.
As Woody Paige put it, Denver "gave unusual attention to the overlooked" junior wideout.
According to Woody Paige, the Broncos recently hosted UCLA guard Xavier Su'a-Filo.
The 6-4, 307-pound senior has been projected to Denver in countless mocks this spring.
As has long been expected, the Broncos have exercised their 2015 option on Von Miller.
The unilateral option means Von is due to make $9.754M next season, although that figure is currently guaranteed for injury only.
As if news of the Broncos' extended partnership with PrimeSport weren't enough, here's another middle finger to the team's most loyal fans (not ultimate loyal fans).
Construction of the new practice facilities at Dove Valley means fans will not be allowed to attend training camp this year.
Remember how slews of season ticket holders lost out on a chance to see the Broncos play in SB 48?
Those mo$t loyal of fans were so appreciated by the organization that they had to enter a lottery for the chance to attend the big game (for as little as $850 per ticket).
Losers of the lottery were offered the "opportunity" to pay more than $11K per pair to travel to the Armpit of America and see the Broncos get embarrassed on a world stage.
The Broncos have assigned jersey numbers to the rest of their offseason acquisitions, while a few incumbents have changed numbers.
T.J. Ward (43), Emmanuel Sanders (10), Will Montgomery (64), and the players who signed future contracts now have numbers.