Broncos add four undrafted offensive linemen

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The Broncos drafted a pair of offensive linemen over the last two days of the draft and they continued addressing the area after the draft came to an end.

Denver announced nine undrafted free agent signings and the group includes four more blocking prospects for a team that’s moving in a different direction up front with head coach Gary Kubiak installing his offensive scheme. They signed Mississippi State center Dillon Day, who was a four-year starter, to go with fourth-round pick Max Garcia and former Clemson Tiger Kalon Davis on the interior of the line.

The Broncos drafted tackle Ty Sambrailo in the second round and they filled out the depth chart at the position with Wyoming’s Connor Rains and Nevada’s Kyle Roberts.

Nebraska linebacker Zaire Anderson, Boise State wide receiver Matt Miller, Oklahoma defensive tackle Chuka Ndulue, Rice WR Jordan Taylor and Clemson defensive lineman Josh Watson round out the group of undrafted additions to the Denver roster.

1 responses to “Broncos add four undrafted offensive linemen

  1. I am going to be really interested to see how all of these pieces fit together, and how this all works itself out. Hopefully, as usual, the Broncos will find a way to uncover starter talent from a class of undrafted rookies. CJ Anderson comes to mind.

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