Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post reported late tonight that the Denver Broncos are among the teams to hold pre-draft visits with former Louisville offensive lineman Jamon Brown.
Sources: Louisville tackle Jamon Brown has visits with Broncos, Lions, Redskins, workouts for Bengals, Bills: ... http://t.co/eX9ESIgaHy— NationalFootballPost (@FootballPost) April 16, 2015
Brown is a 6'4" 323lb versatile offensive lineman who has experience at both tackle positions and at guard. He joins an ever growing list of offensive lineman who have or will be visiting Dove Valley in the coming days/weeks. The Broncos have already met with Pittsburgh's T.J. Clemmings, Stanford's Andrus Peat and Colorado States Ty Sambrailo. Texas A&M offensive tackle Cedric Ogbuehi will be visiting Denver early next week.
Unlike the names mentioned prior, Brown is considered a mid to late round option. He's probably best suited for right tackle or guard in the NFL. He possesses the athletic ability that Gary Kubiak looks for in his offensive lineman. He moves well in space, and some believe that his best football is ahead of him.
The Broncos do have multiple holes along their offensive line. We know that they are looking for a right tackle, but they also have to find a replacement for Orlando Franklin at left guard. Brown could help fill that hole and provide competition for Shelley Smith and Ben Garland.
I will have a full scouting report on offensive lineman Jamon Brown finished and on Mile High Report tomorrow.