Broncos' 2020 Draft Recap & Grades

Heading into the 2020 NFL draft, Denver Broncos’ fans needed, well, wanted GM John Elway to pick well, being it could very well be his second-to-last as head guy for Denver. Elways has been on a below-average run as a drafting GM. See examples OL Garrett Bolles & QB Paxton Lynch. Although, last season was a shining spot for the best and longest tenured QB in Denver history, fans still need and want more. Two years ago it was and still is WR Courtland Sutton as the big name in Denver’s draft. And last year see saw OL Dalton Risner and obviously QB Drew Lock the last five games in which he went 4-1 as the starter. So let’s dive into the 2020 selections for the Broncos along with their grades.

Lets Get Physical with the Tampa Bay Bucs

Long time NFL TE Rob Gronkowski is set to reunite with QB Tom Brady on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the 2020 season. ESPN’s Adam Shefter and NFL Network’s Ian Rapoppart both stated that the terms of the proposed trade will see Tampa Bay get Rob Gronkowski and a seventh round pick from the New England Patriots in exchange for a fourth round pick from the Buccaneers in the 2020 NFL draft. The 30 year old tight end played his entire professional football career with the Patriots until his retirement in 2019, announced publicly on Instagram. Five months later Gronkowski stated that the pain and injuries he sustained while playing had taken a toll on his physical and mental health. Despite suff

More Than Thirteen Weeks To Go In Another Direction for Chris Harris Jr.

Chris Harris Jr. joined the Denver Broncos as an undrafted free agent in 2011. He then began the “No Fly Zone” with Aqib Talib. When most of the secondary core dispersed throughout the years, Chris Harris Jr. kept the Broncos defense thriving till the day he left. Both Vonn Miller and him were selected to the NFL’s All Rookie Team in 2011 and are now also going to be selected on the “All Decade Team” representing together. Chris Harris Jr. is part of only four undrafted cornerbacks in NFL history to make four Pro Bowl’s with the same team and is one of only twelve Broncos with at least twenty career interceptions. He also finished with two Super Bowl appearances and a Super Bowl Champio

The Backfield Waits for No One: The Melvin Gordon Saga Comes to Mile High

NFL Running Back, Melvin Gordon, has officially signed a 2 year contract with the Denver Broncos this month. The organization has agreed to pay the former division rival $16 million over two years with $13.5 million guaranteed upon signing. Melvin Gordon played college in his home state of Wisconsin and was drafted by the San Diego Chargers in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft. Some of his past career highlights include being a two time pro-bowler in 2016 and 2018, a Big Ten offensive player of the year in 2014 and a heisman trophy runner up in 2014 to name a few. In 2019, he reached 4,240 career rushing yards. His career rushing average, 4.0, was topped in 2018 when it reached

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