According to 9NEWS Denver’s Mike Klis, the Denver Broncos will have pre-draft visits with quarterback prospects Josh Allen and Josh Rosen. Klis also notes that the Broncos will have a contingent at Wyoming’s Pro Day on Friday to watch Allen toss the ball around.
The Broncos brought everybody including GM John Elway, front office member Gary Kubiak, Head Coach Vance Joseph, and the rest of the Broncos decision makers and some coaches to watch Rosen last week at his Pro Day. The same contingent Jake McGee Authentic Jersey also saw Oklahoma’s Baker Mayfield put on a show the day prior. They’re not expected to have the same turnout for Josh Allen, but there will members of the Broncos present for his workout on Friday.
Now, Mayfield could go to the Jets at three which would drop one of Allen or Rosen to the Broncos at 5, so they have to do their due diligence on all these guys. Hell, the could call up the Giants after one of these visits and try to get the second overall pick to make sure they get an Allen or Rosen.
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There is a lot of time left and the Broncos are not done swinging and(hopefully not) missing on quarterbacks. Who and when they get that quarterback will be the big question between now and the draft.
The team agreed to a deal with star cornerback Trumaine Johnson, according to a source. Terms were not disclosed, and he cannot officially sign the deal until 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Johnson, who spent the past six years with the Rams, was considered by most to be the top cornerback available in free agency and one of the best overall players available.
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The 28-year-old immediately upgrades coach Todd Bowles’ defense and strengthens a secondary the Jets began building last year by drafting safeties Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye in the first and second round, respectively.
Johnson is a 6-foot-1, 205-pound, rangy corner. He has 18 career interceptions, including a whopping seven in the 2015 season when he played opposite Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins with the Rams.