Denver enters the day with three picks today: one fourth-rounder (125th overall), one fifth-rounder (161st overall), and one seventh-rounder (234th overall). Their sixth-rounder went to Philly in their 2011 trade for Brodrick Bunkley; the pick has since been dealt to Tampa Bay.
Denver enters the evening with one second-rounder (58th overall) and one third-rounder (90th overall).
Denver enters the evening with the 28th overall pick.
The Worldwide Leader's documentary on the iconic 1983 Draft first aired on Tuesday. Here's when it will be re-aired in coming days:
|Time||8:30 PM||1:30 AM||10:30 AM||6:30 AM||10:00 PM|
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All times Eastern
Enjoy the games!
Denver's inactives are Caleb Hanie, Andre Caldwell, Tracy Porter, Chris Gronkowski, Julius Thomas, C.J. Davis, and Sealver Siliga; Baltimore's are WR David Reed, S Omar Brown, CB Chris Johnson, OLB Adrian Hamilton, G/T Ramon Harewood, WR Deonte Thompson, and DT Bryan Hall.
Enjoy the games, and Go Broncos!
Baltimore's victory over Indy means the Ravens will visit Denver on Saturday for a 4:30pm ET game and a chance to avenge the Broncos' convincing 34-17 thumping of them in Week 15.
Of course, the Ravens were without a slew of key players, including Ray Lewis, Bernard Pollard, Dannell Ellerbe, Marshal Yanda, and Ed Dickson, and Terrell Suggs was a significantly weakened version of himself.