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NFL Combine 2014: Broncos to scout cornerbacks and safeties Tuesday

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The 2014 NFL Combine concludes Tuesday with the final group, cornerbacks and safeties, participating in on-field drills. The Denver Broncos are thought to be heavily interested in this group, as age, injuries and free agency have the potential to decimate Denver's secondary depth.

At cornerback, Virginia Tech's Kyle Fuller and TCU's Jason Verrett are two players often linked to the Broncos - their numbers are certainly worht watching. Other defensive backs that could be available to the Broncos in the first three rounds include Louisville safety Calvin Pryor, Northern Illinois safety Jimmie Ward, Oklahoma State cornerback Justin Gilbert, and Baylor safety Ahmad Dixon.

An infusion of youth and talent is needed at defensive back as much as it is any other group on the field.

TV Coverage: NFL Network
Start time: 7 a.m. (Mile High time)
Online streaming:

Full workout schedule

Saturday, Feb. 22: Tight ends, offensive linemen, special teams
Sunday, Feb. 23: Quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers
Monday, Feb. 24: Defensive linemen, linebackers
Tuesday, Feb. 25: Defensive backs

Other stuff to know

Invite list: 335 players invited to the Combine
Big board: Top 200 players

Players working out Tuesday

Mo Alexander (SS), Utah State
Ricardo Allen (CB), Purdue
Dion Bailey (SS), USC
Deion Belue (CB), Alabama
Bene Benwikere (CB), San Jose State
Nat Berhe (SS), San Diego State
Tre Boston (SS), North Carolina
Bashaud Breeland (CB), Clemson
Terrence Brooks (FS), Florida State
Deone Bucannon (SS), Washington State
Travis Carrie (CB), Ohio
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (FS), Alabama
Ross Cockrell (CB), Duke
Aaron Colvin (CB), Oklahoma
Chris Davis (CB), Auburn
Darqueze Dennard (CB), Michigan State
Pierre Desir (CB), Lindenwood
Ahmad Dixon (SS), Baylor
Brandon Dixon (CB), Northwest Missouri State
Jonathan Dowling (SS), Western Kentucky
Antone Exum (CB), Virginia Tech
Kyle Fuller (CB), Virginia Tech
E.J. Gaines (CB), Missouri
Phillip Gaines (CB), Rice
Justin Gilbert (CB), Oklahoma State
Demetri Goodson (CB), Baylor
Dre Hal (CB), Vanderbilt
Victor Hampton (CB), South Carolina
Marqueston Huff (FS), Wyoming
Bennett Jackson (CB), Notre Dame
Kendall James (CB), Maine
Stanley Jean-Baptiste (CB), Nebraska
Dontae Johnson (CB), North Carolina State
LaMarcus Joyner (CB), Florida State
Kenny Ladler (FS), Vanderbilt
Nevin Lawson (CB), Utah State
Isaiah Lewis (SS), Michigan State
Craig Loston (SS), LSU
Dexter McDougle (CB), Maryland
Keith McGill (CB), Utah
Terrance Mitchell (CB), Oregon
Jabari Price (CB), North Carolina
Calvin Pryor (FS), Louisville
Loucheiz Purifoy (CB), Florida
Keith Reaser (CB), Florida Atlantic
Ed Reynolds (FS), Stanford
Rashaad Reynolds (CB), Oregon State
Marcus Roberson (CB), Florida
Bradley Roby (CB), Ohio State
Daniel Sorensen (FS), BYU
Dez Southward (FS), Wisconsin
Vinnie Sunseri (SS), Alabama
Jemea Thomas (CB), Georgia Tech
Brock Vereen (FS), Minnesota
Jason Verrett (CB), TCU
Jimmie Ward (SS), Northern Illinois
Todd Washington (CB), Southeastern Louisiana
Jaylen Watkins (CB), Florida
Lavelle Westbrooks (CB), Georgia Southern