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Broncos nab defensive tackle Sylvester Williams in first round

Broncos nab defensive tackle Sylvester Williams in first round

denverpost.com Updated Apr 25, 2013
The Broncos were expected to eye a defensive lineman with their first-round pick in the NFL Draft and got their man Thursday night at No.
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  • Broncos Pick North Carolina DT Sylvester Williams With First Ro…

    Broncos Pick North Carolina DT Sylvester Williams With First Round Pick

    With the 28th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Broncos select North Carolina DT Sylvester Williams. For all the (justified) hype Sharrif Floyd and Sheldon Richardson have received, Williams is every bit the same level of prospect at DT. He posses…
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  • Broncos go for running back in 2nd round

    Broncos go for running back in 2nd round

    denverpost.com Apr 25, 2013
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo.-Running back Montee Ball spent his college career shoving aside Barry Sanders, Ricky Williams and Ron Dayne in the record books.
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  • Broncos NFL draft live blog: John Elway, Denver busy on second …

    Broncos NFL draft live blog: John Elway, Denver busy on second day

    denverpost.com Apr 25, 2013
    The Broncos entered Friday with the No. 58 pick in the second round and the No. 90 pick in the third round of the NFL draft. What happens from there only John Elway and John Fox may know. Follow all the happenings here live.
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  • Chat wrap: Drafting it up

    Chat wrap: Drafting it up

    ESPN.com Apr 25, 2013
    Here are some highlights from our pre-draft AFC West chat, which was held Thursday: Denver Gabe from Schenectady: Since the Broncos have had a weakness covering big name tight ends, don’t you think it would be wise for them to draft a MLB that can upgra
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  • Denver Broncos mock draft

    Denver Broncos mock draft

    ESPN.com denverpost.com Apr 25, 2013
    A look at the Denver Broncos' full mock draft: Summary: The Broncos will be flexible with trades through the draft as they attempt to enhance an already solid roster. They do have some needs and this draft would address some key areas.
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  • NFL draft's 1st round is land of opportunity no matter where yo…

    NFL draft's 1st round is land of opportunity no matter where you pick

    denverpost.com Apr 25, 2013
    Lunch Special: Each weekday near noontime, a Denver Post sports writer dares to dish. In this installment, Jeff Legwold touches on the importance of the first round in the NFL draft.
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  • Broncos' John Elway solicits draft opinions from many in organi…

    Broncos' John Elway solicits draft opinions from many in organization

    denverpost.com Apr 25, 2013
    As the man in charge of making the crucial decision on the Broncos' first-round draft pick, John Elway will continue to seek input.
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  • Video - John Elway: Denver Broncos might trade up in 2013 NFL Draft 03:36

    John Elway: Denver Broncos might trade up in 2013 NFL Draft

    Apr 25
    John Elway, Denver Broncos executive vice president of football operations, discusses whether his team might look to trade up from the No. 28 overall selection in the 2013 NFL Draft.
  • Video - Broncos Select Sylvester Williams 00:47

    Broncos Select Sylvester Williams

    Apr 25
    Todd McShay breaks down the Broncos' selection of Sylvester Williams.

Sports Columnists

  • 2013 NFL draft -- First-round winners, losers

    Apr 25
    Quarterbacks and veteran left tackles took a hit in the first round, but things fell the Vikings' way, writes John Clayton.
  • 2013 NFL draft - Kansas City Chiefs make right move in picking Eric Fisher…

    Apr 25
    Chiefs value upside of Eric Fisher over big-school experience of Luke Joeckel.
  • Don Banks: 2013 NFL Mock Draft 7.0

    Apr 25
    Stuff we're hearing as my final mock gets put to bed and the first round of the NFL Draft mercifully approaches: