This article had an interesting comment about Dez Bryant and Denver: 1. Bryant isn’t going to Denver at 11 Despite the fact that Denver doesn’t appear to have a No. 1 wideout after dealing Brandon Marshall(notes) to the Miami Dolphins, many teams aren’t buying that the Broncos are locked in on Bryant at 11. McDaniels just seems to be trying too hard to get the buzz out there that Denver has spent a great deal of time with Bryant and really likes him. Other front offices see it as a big façade, particularly considering the organization is rigged to run quiet when it comes to most personnel matters. Said one AFC personnel man: "When the [Indianapolis Colts] really like a player, they don’t say anything. I bet if you looked, a lot of times they don’t even bring him in. That’s more standard than going out there with [the 11th overall] pick a couple days before the draft and saying how much you like a player and how you spent a lot of time with him. … Denver knows there are teams in front of them that want to trade back, too. Jacksonville is one spot ahead of them, and they would trade back. [McDaniels] would just be opening the doors for someone else who likes [Bryant] to move up. No way they’re drafting Bryant."