The 2014 NFL Scouting Combine is complete, and several young prospects showed the 32 organizations in the league some of what they can do.
John Elway and his staff were in attendance in Indianapolis, hoping to find the pieces that could lead them back to the Super Bowl.
The NFL draft is usually the easiest way to find those missing pieces, but the teams that can find the best value in the later rounds are usually the winners of the annual collegiate selection process.
Some of the better players in the history of the Denver Broncos were unheralded, late-round draft choices.
Shannon Sharpe was selected in the seventh round in 1990, and the team found Terrell Davis in the sixth round in 1995.
While it's hard to believe the team will find a player that productive this year, there are several players the team could obtain in the middle or later rounds who could fill holes on the roster.
Here are seven players the team should have had a close eye on at the combine.
All combine results via NFL.com's results tracker.