An analysis of the first 95 picks in the draft, in a slightly different way :)
The link is to the End of Draft Press Conference with EFX. It's posted on denverbroncos.com. The question is - for any techies out there, or anybody with more common sense than me - how do I watch it? I'm a country boy in rural Idaho where we've got satellite internet that fluctuates from like 100kbps to 400kbps. I don't know if my internet is just slower than the rest of America's but it takes me about an hour to buffer a 15 minute video at db.com. No other sites take that long. So is it just me or is it the site? The bigger problem I have, though, is that those videos can't be keyed to start buffering from any moment of time except the beginning. My internet stops buffering the video, the video plays to the point where it stopped buffering and then I have to re-buffer from the beginning and do it all over again. It keeps happening. It's like my internet loses connection for a brief second or whatever so then I have to go back and start all over. Is there a way that I can download those videos or watch them on a different forum? Am I doing something wrong? Thanks in advance for any help. Oh, and the link. Yeah, check it out... if you can :)
Per the Denver Broncos Twitter page: "The #Broncos have agreed to terms with WR Eric Page from Toledo, who is the 13th CFA to join the team following the draft." Here's a link to his CBS player profile.
Not a bad UFA pick up. Hopefully we'll be adding a few more. Dale Moss perhaps? Alex Hoffman-Ellis?
After reading this story, you will come away feeling impressed that Derek Wolfe is going to become an instant fan favorite in Denver.
Brock vs USC... Lots of screens thrown. But that was the game plan. I have a friend who is on the ASU team. He told me that Brock would teach the offensive game plan.
Hour by hour i get more excited about the Broncos 36th pick. Behind the scenes his draft stock was moving up the boards rapidly.The Broncos nailed this pick.
Mmm...like all of them, a little contrived, but worth a watch.
I think Derek is a guy that plays a five-technique end as well as three-technique defensive tackle. He’s got good length, good speed for that length—6’5, 300 lbs. He’s got the frame to get bigger. Very, very productive as far as creating havoc for the quarterback; he does a great job with his hands, snatching off things. He’s the most productive guy stat-wise of all the tackles in the draft. He’s got a great motor. There are some testing things we do, he’s a high character guy and [we are adding] a great attitude to our defense."Denver Broncos head coach John Fox on one of the newest Broncos, DT Derek Wolfe