Denver Broncos: Reviewing Their 2012 NFL Draft

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Denver Broncos: Reviewing Their 2012 NFL Draft
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Brock Osweiler

You may have heard about a prominent free-agent quarterback that signed with the Denver Broncos. On March 24, the Broncos signed Caleb Hanie, who started four games at quarterback for the Bears last season.

Of course, I’m not really talking about Hanie. The Broncos also signed four-time NFL MVP Peyton Manning, a future first-ballot Hall of Fame quarterback, to a five-year, $96 million contract.

Manning is coming off of a serious neck injury, and Tim Tebow, who has since been traded to the New York Jets, led the Broncos to the postseason last year. That said, if Manning is healthy and returns to anywhere near his prime form, he is an upgrade over Tebow and gives the Broncos the chance to be a major Super Bowl contender.

In order to contend for a championship, however, the Broncos needed to fill remaining holes on their roster to round out their personnel. Did they do that successfully in the 2012 NFL draft? Read through the following slides to find out.

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