His size is more like that of a tight end, but as a wide receiver, Funchess' frame will present matchup problems for opposing defenders.
The 2014 third-round pick has added 10 pounds of bulk in the offseason, and hopes it will help him stake a claim to playing time at right tackle.
Connor Barth's job on PATs might get harder in May -- but is that a bad thing for game play? That is just the start of another stuffed mailbag.
Cody Latimer is preparing to take the "big jump" that Gary Kubiak and John Elway have talked about. From learning a new playbook to working closely with Peyton Manning, see how he's making sure he's ready for a bigger role.
He doesn't fit the big-and-long template teams look for from cornerbacks, but he is proficient, consistent and as he showed at the Combine, a blur in the open field.
For Peters, NFL success isn't a question of talent; it's discipline.
Collins has all the tools, but he's still raw and has a thinner on-field resume than other elite DBs in this year's class.
One of the NFL's premier draft analysts gave his take on the Broncos' draft strategy a month away from the first day.
Such proposals as massive expansion of instant replay, the expansion of the postseason to 14 teams and a change in overtime protocols were voted down or tabled.
Johnson plays bigger than his size, and the only knock on him is that he needs to trust his aggressive nature.
The Broncos' compensatory picks took a slight drop after a database error, the NFL Management Council announced on Wednesday.
How the Broncos have found leading quarterbacks have come from many avenues, from trades, free agency and the draft.
Brandon Marshall and Danny Trevathan could be limited to walk-through work during OTAs because of foot and knee injuries.