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How Walton Will Help the Broncos Beat the Cap

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Austria’s Bernard Raimann still a high NFL Draft prospect after Senior Bowl

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The NFL Draft is a time in which fans of American football welcome the brightest young stars to professional football. Many of them are showcased at the Senior Bowl and this year was no exception but with a slight twist in the case of one young man. He’s not American. In a league that is essentially dominated by Americans, many of whom gained national fame before they even graduated from high school, even casual fans might have some familiarity with certain prospects that will hear their names called in Las Vegas this year. One name that many people other than football purists will not recognize is Austrian offensive lineman Bernhard Raimann. He’s a prospect with one of the most unique backgrounds we have seen in some time and although his name might not ring a lot of bells, there is no doubt that the bruising offensive lineman hailing from central Europe is ready for the bright lights of the National Football League.

Insider James Palmer Says Broncos Will Target Edge & Cornerback Early in Draft

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After filling out the roster aggressively in free agency, building off of a very good 2021 NFL draft class, and acquiring franchise quarterback Russell Wilson via trade, the Denver Broncos still have areas they could address. But overall, this appears to be as solid a Broncos squad that has been assembled since Super Bowl 50. As Broncos Country has found out recently, though, a football team can be solid top to bottom but if it doesn't have a legitimate franchise quarterback under center, that team will likely end up dead on arrival — well before the postseason. It’s the simplest truth in today’s NFL: without a quarterback, your team is nothing. However, with a franchise signal-caller in the fold, it’s important to keep that quarterback happy and invested in the team-building process. NFL Network's James Palmer recently indicated that Broncos’ GM George Paton is doing just that with his newly acquired quarterback, whom he has been in communication with about which prospects the Broncos may be targeting with their current selections in next week's draft. The streams for the latest NFL matches live will be available on this site whenever the official games are available.

Suffice to say, Russell Wilson made an impression on the second-year running back

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Voluntary minicamp was held last week before the draft and Wilson could be seen out on the grass at UCHealth Training Center and was made available to media. For second-year running back Javonte Williams, it's been a culture shock of sorts seeing how Wilson conducts himself as a pro. "It’s crazy, I think he has a doctor that follows him around everywhere he goes," Williams laughed when talking about what it's like to play with Wilson.

2 Broncos picks among biggest steals in NFL draft

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The Denver Broncos landed two steals in the 2022 NFL draft, according to the NFL Wire’s draft pundits. Touchdown Wire’s Doug Farrar included defensive lineman Matt Henningsen (a sixth-round pick) on his list of top steals in this year’s class. Farrar is in the minority on that ranking as some mocks had Henningsen going undrafted.

Broncos' RB Javonte Williams Shares 'Crazy' First Impression of Russell Wilson

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Denver Broncos GM George Paton orchestrated a blockbuster trade that landed nine-time Pro Bowl quarterback Russell Wilson back in March and shook the NFL to its very core, paving the way for what some are calling the best division in pro football.

Mile High Morning: Five of the best pranks from Broncos history, featuring Peyton Manning, Randy Gradishar and more

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It's April Fools' Day, but I have no tricks to play on you, so instead let's take a look back at five of the best pranks I could find from Broncos history: Late in the 1983 season, a memo on Broncos stationary appeared in each player's locker. The Mapelton Market is having a 'Randy Gradishar Day' this Thursday, Dec. 8th, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Tales from the Draft: How free agency misfortune turned into a decade of success with the selection of Steve Atwater

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As the Broncos entered the final year of the 1980s and as a new decade approached, the franchise hoped to reverse its fortunes. Denver was only about a year removed from a Super Bowl appearance, but the Broncos had since slid, falling to a .500 season in 1988 in which they ranked in the bottom half in scoring offense and defense. So, with less than a month before the 1989 NFL Draft, the Broncos had their eye on a future Pro Football Famer — but not in the draft. Buffalo Bills defensive end Bruce Smith, fresh off back-to-back first-team All-Pro seasons, was about to enter the NFL's "Plan B" free agency, instituted that February. Broncos head coach Dan Reeves and his staff hoped that they could bring in the young, dominant defensive playmaker as an antidote to the pass-rushing weakness that had allowed Doug Williams to pick them apart in Super Bowl XXII. Tickets for the 2022 NFR are on sale now - Catch the bronc-bustin' action live in Las Vegas this December - Get your NFR live today!

If Rob Walton buys Broncos, he would instantly become NFL's richest owner

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The Denver Broncos are for sale and they are hoping to have new ownership in place before the start of the 2022 NFL season. The Broncos have drawn plenty of interest from potential bidders and the team is expected to be sold for more than $4 billion this offseason. Rob Walton, the son of late Walmart founder Sam Walton, has emerged as the favorite to buy the team. He has a net worth of $70.5 billion, according to an estimate Forbes. With that kind of wealth, Walton could easily afford to outbid any of the other known candidates who are interested in buying the team.

Russell Wilson Talks what Traits he Prizes when Helping Broncos Scout the Draft

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The Denver Broncos' voluntary minicamp began on Monday at UCHealth Training Center where Russell Wilson made his official debut on the practice field in the iconic Orange and Blue. Video highlights demonstrating his rocket arm with pinpoint accuracy, lightning quick feet, and tone-setting demeanor, lit through Broncos Country social media like wildfire. With the 2022 NFL draft just days away, GM George Paton, head coach Nathaniel Hackett, and the rest of the Broncos' staff are set to select the next generation of players. Acquiring the nine-time Pro Bowl quarterback from the Seattle Seahawks cost Paton two first-round picks, two second-round picks, a fifth-round pick, QB Drew Lock, tight end Noah Fant, and defensive lineman Shelby Harris.