Arguably the biggest need the Denver Broncos have this offseason is their offensive line. Quarterback is probably a need, but we’ve reached the point where QB value is too low to take a flier in the first half of Round 1.
Oklahoma offensive tackle Orlando Brown might be a bit of a reach here, as I’ve seen him tabbed anywhere from Rounds 1 to 4. But with CBS Sports listing him as the No. 8 overall prospect this deep into the season, let’s go with Denver making this selection here.
The Broncos have one tackle spot settled with Garett Bolles, but right tackle Menelik Watson has been a major disappointment.
Brown, 6-foot-8 and 360 pounds, is a massive specimen with great abilities in pass protection. He needs to work on his run blocking, but finding someone to anchor against the right-side pass rush should make whichever quarterback Denver rolls with year a bit happier under center.