Broncos double up at receiver, take K.J. Hamler 46th

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The Broncos clearly want to offer quarterback Drew Lock all the help they can.

After taking Alabama wide receiver Jerry Jeudy in the first round, they came back in the second with another one, choosing Penn State’s K.J. Hamler with the 46th pick.

Hamler also has return ability, and gives them an explosive player in the slot. His size (5-9, 178) is a concern, but he was able to run away from enough people in college to keep it from being an issue.

With the offseason addition of Melvin Gordon to pair with Philip Lindsay in the backfield, and Jeudy and Hamler to work with Courtland Sutton, the Broncos suddenly have the potential for significant growth on offense.

4 responses to “Broncos double up at receiver, take K.J. Hamler 46th

  1. Good draft , maybe another lineman seeing as though Bolles is a bit of a liability … good young talent on offense , vet leadership on the defensive side , watch out!!

  2. I guess the 3 Amigos is going to get a sequel all these years later.

    And in a related note, I converted to Jeudy-ism last night.

  3. Elway is desperate for Locke to work out and is loading up on offense and ignoring the defense in a division with Patrick Mahomes.

  4. patsfan4lifesbchamps says:
    April 24, 2020 at 8:38 pm
    Elway is desperate for Locke to work out and is loading up on offense and ignoring the defense in a division with Patrick Mahomes. –
    Sounds like you’re worried that Elway got it right on offense…by the way, the Defense will be great

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