2010 NFL Draft: Denver Broncos Will Not Draft Dez Bryant Despite Marshall Trade

April 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With a week remaining until the 2010 NFL Draft, the dramatic offseason deals with another bang...a big bang.
This time, it is the Broncos' receiver Brandon Marshall who was dealt.
The former Denver receiver, who has wanted out of Denver for the past year, got his wish today.
Who is the winner? The Miami Dolphins, who acquired Marshall for two second round picks.
As the draft looms, speculation begins to rise on what Denver will do with their first-round selection.
I'll tell you what won't happen...them drafting receiver Dez Bryant.
With the departure of Marshall, there is a need for a future No. 1 target.
Eddie Royal took a major setback a season ago, and the other veteran receivers on the roster are there for a limited role.
Leave it now to most experts, who believe Dez Bryant is going to the Broncos.
Bryant has visited with the Broncos in recent weeks, and I don't blame Denver for at least having him visit them.
I still don'...

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