Horse Tracks 4/28/09

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DB - Gray Caldwell reports on the Broncos' haul of 15 undrafted free-agents.

DP - LJones looks at the Broncos' depth and needs for each position, although there is no accounting for UFAs.

DP - Terry Frei offers an odd take - he dislikes that McDaniels and Co. narrowed the draft pool down and selected players they had the most information about. Apparently Frei would prefer the Broncos take wild stabs at picks...

DP - Former Skins and Dolts G.M. Bobby Beathard understands the trade for CB Alphonso Smith's draft spot.

DP - More on the UFAs, including the departure from "high-character" guys with NT Chris Baker.

KCS - Former Chefs coach Frank Gansz passed away at the age of 70.

KCS - Adam Teicher says the Chefs didn't do enough to address their needs in the pass rush. Hmm, sound familiar? Maybe Pioli didn't love any of those guys either...

SDUT - The Dolts signed 18 UFAs. Kevin Acee offers the list and a few details.

SDUT - Dolts LB Shaun Phillips was cited for misdemeanor battery after allegedly punching a security guard at a hotel bar.

SFC - Even Raiders fans think their team is crazy for taking Darrius Heyward-Bey at #7.

SFC - Apparently, the Raiders don't announce their UFA-signings until later on...

NFL - TE Bo Scaife decided he'll sign his free-agent tender with the Titans, after the team traded a future 2nd-rounder to draft another tight end in the 3rd round. See, folks? Going rate for time value is one round...

NFL - Cincinnati released RB Chris Perry and is expected to let OT Levi Jones go as well.

NFL - The Seahawks have brought CB Ken Lucas back to town after four years with Carolina. Seattle also signed FB Justin Griffith, who most recently played for Oakland, and are still considering bringing back LB Leroy Hill despite removing his franchise tag.

NFL - Arizona's drafting of RB Beanie Wells reportedly means the end for Edgerrin James with the Cardinals.

NFL - Redskins QB Jason Campbell does not love getting caught up in all the trade winds in recent months.

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NYT - Mike Tanier looks at how schemes affected the draft, including an explanation of why Denver chose TE Richard Quinn so high.

NFP - Wes Bunting looks at his favorite UFA-signings.

CFN - College Football News ranks their top-30 undrafted players.

FOX - Alex Marvez looks at each team's remaining needs after the draft.

NFL - Pat Kirwan is puzzled by the Broncos' choice of Knowshon Moreno at #12, among other choices.

CBS - In a familiar tune, Rob Rang loves the players Denver drafted but thinks they drafted for the wrong positions.

NFP - Matt Bowen offers his draft thoughts, and he also thinks Denver shouldn't have taken Moreno. But, he loves the player.

NFP - Bowen wonders if the selection of Moreno makes J.J. Arrington a candidate for release.

SI - Ross Tucker shares his draft evaluations, although he isn't yet ready to call the Broncos' draft a success or a failure.

NFP - Mike Lombardi was also confused by Denver's choices this weekend.

SI - Peter King also does not love the Broncos' draft, although I believe he is erroneous in stating that Denver only has 5 choices in next year's draft - I'm pretty sure they have 6 7 - Chicago's 1, Dallas' 5, plus their own 2, 3, 4, 6 and 7. (UPDATE 9AM EST Thanks to Bradley for the correction re: the Dallas pick)

Y! - Not sure how I missed these, but Jason Cole grades out the AFC (a "D" for Denver), while Charles Robinson evaluates the NFC.

NFL - Bucky Brooks grades the NFC North teams' draft results.

CBS - Pete Prisco is already looking ahead to the 2010 Draft.

CBS - Chad Reuter also peeks at next year's potential draft class.

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