Why the Denver Broncos Should Trade Their First Round Pick

March 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Denver Broncos should of entered the draft with two first round draft selections. Since one of them was traded to select Alphonso Smith in the second round last year, we are left with the No. 11 overall selection in the 2010 NFL Draft.
Josh Mcdaniels has done an excellent job of finding veteran contributors via free-agency to temporarily fill holes in the roster. He got great play out of Brian Dawkins last season and hopes he found another gem in Jamal Williams this year.
Signing Jamal Williams really took the pressure off the Broncos to draft a DT early, allowing them a year to look at trade options or a later round pick they can develop. Picking up Justin Bannan as well was a good move to add depth.
Bannan is also capable of playing the run-stuffing RE role in the Broncos 3-4 defense, which is an added benefit. Don't be suprised to see him do just that, with a d-line consisting of Green/Williams/Bannan as the three down lineman.
After trading to get Jarvis Gre...

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