The Denver Broncos take 10 selections into the NFL draft, including the 28th pick in the first round.
Denver finished 12-4 in 2014, winning the AFC West but falling in the AFC divisional round at home against the Indianapolis Colts. Peyton Manning will return to the team in 2015 despite considering retirement, while Jack Del Rio takes over as head coach after John Fox was fired.
In free agency, the Broncos added defensive tackle Vance Walker from the Kansas City Chiefs; tight end James Casey from the Philadelphia Eagles; safety Darian Stewart, center Gino Gradkowski and tight end Owen Daniels from the Baltimore Ravens; defensive tackle Antonio Smith from the Oakland Raiders; defensive end Reggie Walker from the San Diego Chargers; and guard Shelley Smith from the Miami Dolphins.
The Broncos lost tight end Julius Thomas this off-season.
Going into the draft, the Broncos have needs at tackle, tight end and guard.
The draft begins Thursday night in Chicago. Below are the selections Denver has in the draft:
Round 1, Pick 28 (28th overall)
Round 2, Pick 27 (59th overall)
Round 3, Pick 28 (92nd overall)
Round 4, Pick 34 (133rd overall)
Round 5, Pick 7 (143rd overall)
Round 5, Pick 28 (164th overall)
Round 6, Pick 27 (203rd overall)
Round 7, Pick 33 (250th overall)
Round 7, Pick 34 (251st overall)
Round 7, Pick 35 (252nd overall)