Find out how the Broncos' Day 3 picks will fit on the roster as they begin competing for spots this spring and summer.
With their final pick, No. 228 overall, the Broncos selected punter Riley Dixon from Syracuse in the seventh round.
With the 219th pick in the sixth round, the Broncos selected safety Will Parks from Arizona.
With the 176th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft the Broncos selected full back Andy Janovich from Nebraska.
The Broncos send picks 157 and 253 to the Titans for a 2016 sixth round pick, No. 176, and a 2017 sixth round pick.
With their first selection in the fifth round the Broncos select Connor McGovern from Missouri.
With the 136th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, the Broncos selected running back Devontae Booker from Utah.
A quick look at the recent buzz on the Broncos for April 30, 2016.
Who are the best prospects still on the board as the fourth round begins?
Simmons could fill the role vacated by free-agent departure David Bruton Jr. right away.
With the 98th overall pick the Broncos selected safety Justin Simmons in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
The athletic Georgia Tech end is still recovering from a torn ACL. When he recovers, he'll be plugged into the 3-technique rotation.
With the 63rd pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, the Broncos selected defensive lineman Adam Gotsis from Georgia Tech.
When Paxton Lynch arrived at UCHealth Training Center, it felt like home.
Follow Paxton Lynch's arrival in Denver as a Bronco, from the airport to speaking with Head Coach Gary Kubiak.
Some first-round talents will go off the board in the second round. Who might end up where?
One man's take on the best road graders in Denver history.
A quick look at the recent buzz on the Broncos for April 29, 2016.
It's not just about his ability to run Gary Kubiak's scheme. It's also about the flexibility a young QB can provide for team construction at large.
John Elway had Lynch targeted, and the Broncos were calling teams from the 17th pick on down to try and move up for the Memphis QB.