Apr 26, 2012; New York, NY, USA; NFL commissioner Roger Goodell during the 2012 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: James Lang-US PRESSWIRE
Mike Klis was on 102.3 ESPN Radio in Denver today, and he shed some light on what the Broncos plans could be tonight. Klis goes onto say that the Broncos do not like Running Back Lamar Miller as much as reported and that the team may be targeting offensive linemen today. The Broncos plan on making two selections in the second round today, but are also keeping there options open, and could potentially be looking to move down once again to acquire more picks. One last nugget Klis shared, was that the Broncos would like to have 6 picks in rounds 2-4 so they can get a QB, RB, OL, DT, and CB with those selections.
Currently the Broncos own two 2nd round picks, #36 and #57. One 3rd rounder, #87 and three 4th rounders #101, #108 and #120. That's six picks in rounds two through four. Some targets the Broncos could be looking at are Quarterbacks Brock Osweiler and Kirk Cousins, Defensive Tackles Devon Still, Jerel Worthy, Brandon Thompson, Mike Martin and Alameda Ta'amu. Offensive Linemen Cordy Glenn, Peter Konz, Johnathan Martin, Amini Silatolui, and Bobby Massie. Running Backs Robert Turbin and Chris Polk, and Cornerbacks Josh Robinson, Brandon Boykins and Casey Hayward.
Jeff Legwold of the Denver Post is saying the Broncos could be eyeing WR Stephen Hill, TE Coby Fleener, and DT Kendall Reyes at 36. Legwold also mentions that Defensive Tackle Brandon Thompson is another candidate. ASU Quarterback Brock Osweiler is a name that keeps being brought up, it will be interesting to see if Elway decides to take him early. Other names Legwold mentions are Cornerbacks Josh Robinson and Brandon Boykins, Linebackers Sean Spence and Lavonte David and guard Brandon Brooks who is massive at 346lbs, and Fox loves his massive offensive linemen.