Denver Broncos 2010 NFL Draft

Posted by on Apr 23rd, 2010 and filed under Politics. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

The 2010 National Football League started this Thursday, April 22. The usual pre-draft event had been full packed with surprises and series of guessing. The Denver Broncos however had made the biggest splash on the said event moving down twice and then backing up to catch the 25th pick Tim Tebow. His competition is Brady Quinn and Kyle Orton. Other than that, the Broncos have seven picks in the said NFL draft, with the three from this day. However the Denver Broncos‘ draft order continues to shift.

Denver Broncos is a professional football team that is based in Denver Colorado. The said team is a long time member of American Football Conference Western Division in the National Football League. It made its way to the series of games with its Pro Football Hall of Fame players: John Elway, Floyd Little and Gary Zimmerman.

During the previous seasons, the Broncos were able to acquire bounty draft picks which resulted to them winning the deal by trading down and picking up extra selections. It has been their strategy to get as many as possible picks to gear their team. From these selections the future looks bountiful for them.


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