Denver Broncos Seven-Round 2015 NFL Mock Draft

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Sep 6, 2014; Gainesville, FL, USA; Florida Gators offensive linesman D.J. Humphries (70) works out prior to the game against the Eastern Michigan Eagles at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Which prospects should the Denver Broncos target with each of their draft picks in the 2015 NFL Draft?

Now that free agency is over, there is a bit of a calm surrounding the NFL. It is a peaceful time with very few pieces moving, but as usual it is the calm before the storm hits.

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The Denver Broncos are a very intriguing team to keep an eye on as the draft comes up, and they have a few holes to fill after another solid season last year. Peyton Manning decided to come back for one more season, but they did lose a couple of key pieces. Julius Thomas was the biggest loss this offseason by far, but the Broncos may have to bring on board another wide receiver as well with Wes Welker leaving town.

It is expected to be a draft class that turns out quite a few high-caliber players. There are two quarterbacks that are expected to be franchise cornerstones, and there are quite a few players throughout every single round that have the potential to become key starters for whoever decides to give them a chance.

There is no question that the Broncos have the potential to compete for a Super Bowl in 2015, but they will need to plug up a few more holes. Due to free agency being practically done with, the Broncos have one more chance to fill the voids on their roster that need to be fixed. The NFL Draft is an excellent time for John Elway to focus on bringing in players at positions of need and that fit their system.

Denver is going through a big coaching change with John Fox being out and Gary Kubiak being in. There will be some changes, but for the most part Denver is still going to be a very tough team for opponents to defeat.

Which prospects should the Broncos target with each of their picks in the 2015 NFL Draft?

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