Denver Broncos 2014 Draft: Aggregating Report Card Grades from Around the Web

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Denver Broncos 2014 Draft: Aggregating Report Card Grades from Around the Web
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The Denver Broncos added six new players to their roster in the 2014 NFL draft.

They started by finding defensive back Bradley Roby at the bottom of the first round. Roby was one of nine defensive backs selected in the first round, but Denver came away with an aggressive player who will fill a big need.

In the second round, it decided to give Peyton Manning another weapon, choosing Indiana wide receiver Cody Latimer. A physical player, Latimer may have also been the best blocking wide receiver in the entire draft.

With their next four picks, the Broncos found two linebackers while also shoring up the depth along their offensive line.

Lamin Barrow should come in and challenge Nate Irving for the middle linebacker spot, while Corey Nelson of Oklahoma gives the team another athletic outside linebacker.

In the third round, Denver chose Michigan offensive lineman Michael Schofield. He'll have an outside chance at winning the right tackle position before the seasons starts.

Then in the sixth round, the team found another center in Michael Paradis out of Boise State.

The Broncos found value to go along with need in this draft, and all of these players should be great additions to the roster.

But how do some other sports websites and analysts feel the team did? Here's a look.

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