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The Pro Days are over
The Pro Days are done
Can you hear the horses?
Because here they come...

While Denver Broncos​ fans debate who is the worst pick that the team could possibly make at 5th overall it seems as if Broncos Country as a whole has thrown the baby out with the bath water. Vance Joseph spoke to The Denver Post​ indirectly about a new role for Chris Harris Jr., but first... We will breakdown John Elway’s latest interview with Mike Klis, discussing who is most likely to be let go next, a revamped offensive line and Elway’s quote about who Denver will draft in the first round. (Spoiler alert: he says that’s it’s amazing that people know, because he doesn’t.) It appears that short of some sort of infusion of new prospects into free agency Denver has thrown in the towel, leaving veterans like C.J. Anderson and Menelik Watson as men without a country — still on the roster, highly paid, with little to no hope. Denver’s executives were not finished yesterday, head coach Vance Joseph pronounced on the team’s website that the Broncos have a, ‘Top five pick in the first three rounds,’ (Spoiler alert: they do not.) And, in a separate interview Joseph discussed how it would not be Bradley Roby taking over Aqib Talib’s vacant cornerback spot, but Chris Harris Jr.. Coach Joseph said that Roby would compete to be ‘[the] number two [cornerback]’ and the team would look to replace Chris Harris’s slot corner position with Tramaine Brock. Unfortunately — for Joseph and Broncos fans — it is no longer 2016... The last season Brock measured any significant statistics. Finding a starting slot corner is not something that is done through the draft. Get in where you fit it, because study long, study wrong. Join your host Ian Henson​ and the greatest group of Broncos fans on the internet live, right now!

Posted by Mile High Report: A Denver Broncos Blog on Monday, March 26, 2018

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While Denver Broncos fans debate who is the worst pick that the team could possibly make at 5th overall it seems as if Broncos Country as a whole has thrown the baby out with the bath water.

Vance Joseph spoke to Denver’s Denver Post indirectly about a new role for Chris Harris Jr., but first...

We will breakdown John Elway’s latest interview with Mike Klis, discussing who is most likely to be let go next, a revamped offensive line and Elway’s quote about who Denver will draft in the first round. (Spoiler alert: he says that’s it’s amazing that people know, because he doesn’t.)

It appears that short of some sort of infusion of new prospects into free agency Denver has thrown in the towel, leaving veterans like C.J. Anderson and Menelik Watson as men without a country — still on the roster, highly paid, with little to no hope.

Denver’s executives were not finished yesterday, head coach Vance Joseph pronounced on the team’s website that the Broncos have a, ‘Top five pick in the first three rounds,’ (Spoiler alert: they do not.) And, in a separate interview Joseph discussed how it would not be Bradley Roby taking over Aqib Talib’s vacant cornerback spot, but Chris Harris Jr.. Coach Joseph said that Roby would compete to be ‘[the] number two [cornerback]’ and the team would look to replace Chris Harris’s slot corner position with Tremaine Brock.

Unfortunately — for Joseph and Broncos fans — it is no longer 2016... The last season Brock measured any significant statistics.

Finding a starting slot corner is not something that is done through the draft.

Get in where you fit it, because study long, study wrong. Join your host Ian Henson and the greatest group of Broncos fans on the internet live, right now!

(h/t to Florence Welch for that Dek quote)