Good Morning, Broncos fans! Friday night brought the deadline for teams to exercise their fifth-year options on 2011 first-rounders.
Ultimately, 21 of the 32 players had their contracts unilaterally extended through 2015.
Jeff Legwold says Denver is fond of Va Tech corner Kyle Fuller, but doesn't expect him to drop to them at #31.
Andrew Mason has Denver taking Fuller at #31 in his latest mock.
Jacksonville GM David Caldwell says he's not counting on getting WR Justin Blackmon back from his indefinite suspension anytime soon.
Even Senator John McCain says the Washington franchise should "probably change" its blatantly racist name, acknowledging that Native Americans "do consider it a slur."
Turns out the taxpayers of New Jersey lost $5.6M ferrying fans to and from SB 48.
Russ Lande scouts SEC quarterbacks A.J. McCarron, Zach Mettenberger, and Aaron Murray; Nate Davis discusses tight end prospects, focusing on Texas Tech's Jace Amaro; Bucky Brooks considers best fits for Fresno State QB Derek Carr.
Don Banks presents his annual list of players he expects to go undrafted but have an impact in the NFL.
In his latest mock draft, Will Brinson has Denver taking BSU DE DeMarcus Lawrence.
Although Denver has received very few comp picks over the past decade, those picks have had relatively high value. Of course, they've hardly translated those picks into any on-field value (Bradlee Van Pelt, Brandon Miree, Maurice Clarett, Domonique Foxworth, Domenik Hixon, Jeremy Beal).
Chris Burke shares trivial tidbits on the 2014 draft class.