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Sports Justin Simmons profile: Who is the Broncos' third-round pick?

1-ranked Eagles defense with five interceptions last season.Honors: Second-team all-ACC selection last season. Had a total of 24 career interceptions; also played receiver and running back. 40-inch vertical leap, best among safeties at the NFL scouting combine. Named to the Wuerffel Trophy watch list before his senior season.High school days: All-area defensive player of the year honors from Scripps Treasure Coast Newspapers, playing for Martin County in Florida.
The Denver Post
30/04
9 Points
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Adam Gotsis profile: Who is the Broncos' second-round pick?

Third team All-ACC selection in 2015.High School days: Born in Abbotsford, Australia, but grew up in Melbourne. Vital statistics: 31 tackles, five tackles for a loss, three sacks and two fumble recoveries in nine games last season.Honors: Consensus second-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection in 2014. Recorded team-high 12.5 sacks and MVP honors in 2010 on American Rules Football premier team in Gridiron Victoria .
The Denver Post
30/04
11 Points

Sports They Said It: Paxton Lynch expects "good competition" for Broncos starting QB job

The Denver Post
29/04
10 Points

Sports They Said It: Paxton Lynch expects "good competition" for Broncos starting QB job

The Denver Post
29/04
22 Points
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Broncos draft Paxton Lynch in long-awaited move for QB

"He fits what we do very well and plays the game with a lot of enthusiasm."Elway also told Denver's 9News that drafting Lynch ended the Broncos' pursuit of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.PHOTOS: First-round picks. The Denver Broncos have finally added another piece at quarterback.The defending Super Bowl champions drafted Memphis' Paxton Lynch with the No.
USA Today
29/04
13 Points

They Said It: Paxton Lynch expects "good competition" for Broncos starting QB job

The Denver Post
29/04
10 Points

Sports They Said It: Paxton Lynch expects "good competition" for Broncos starting QB job

The Denver Post
29/04
8 Points
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Colin Kaepernick started Thursday as a 49er, but will he move by day's end?

But that likely hinges on whether Kaepernick’s stance changes about his salary. 7 overall selection Thursday night.***Follow Tom Pelissero on Twitter @TomPelissero. He is due $14.3 million total in 2016, with $400,000 tied to an offseason workout bonus.Niners general manager Trent Baalke told ESPN on Wednesday that it’s possible Kaepernick could be traded during the NFL draft. You’ll see him standing behind (the other quarterbacks), shadowing, trying to get mental reps.
USA Today
29/04
19 Points
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Sports John Elway looks to keep success rolling in NFL 2016 Draft

Chris Harris wasn't an all-pro when 254 players and 53 defensive backs were chosen ahead of him in the 2011 NFL draft. After that draft, an NFL.com article headline read 'Chiefs clean up, Broncos gamble' giving Denver a C+ grade. Then he'd shift over to meetings with director of pro personnel Tom Heckert, assistant director of pro personnel A.J. "It's always fun to open discussions like 'Why do you like this guy? What am I missing," Elway said. The Broncos' draft board usually is done by early April.
The Denver Post
28/04
15 Points
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Sports Five players the Broncos could pick at No. 31 in the 2016 NFL draft

31 on Thursday night:DE Kevin Dodd, 6-foot-5, 277, ClemsonRelentless energy. Renck analyzes five options for the Broncos with their pick in the first round scheduled at No. Broncos general manager John Elway owns a five-year streak of taking defensive players in the first round. Dogged by off-field issues.SS Karl Joseph, 5-10, 205, West VirginiaBig-time thumper. Coming off knee injury.G Cody Whitehair, 6-4, 301, Kansas StateAthletic, tireless worker.
The Denver Post
28/04
4 Points
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Sports Renck: John Elway's latest 2-minute drill? Finding another QB

Will the 49ers, with the draft approaching, be willing to pay a few million or say $4.9 million to facilitate Kaepernick's exit. Would that turn the spout right and tight for good on percolating talks for Kaepernick. Kaepernick always could accept a paycut, but it's hard to see him doing the 49ers any favors.The Broncos won't budge. It's a dangerous, if not highly entertaining game.If San Francisco keeps Kaepernick and the relationship stays fractured, then what.
The Denver Post
23/04
3 Points

Sports Kaepernick trade to Broncos still possible, according to John Elway

Colin Kaepernick's potential trade to the Denver Broncos is not dead. Instead, "it's dormant," Broncos general manger John Elway said Thursday.Elway and Kaepernick met twice last month after the 49ers granted Kaepernick's request to pursue a trade. Otherwise, Kaepernick likely will remain with the 49ers for a sixth season or perhaps get traded if another team needs him before the league's Nov.
San Jose Mercury News
22/04
7 Points
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