How Marshall in Miami shifts draft
Denver's priorities have become more clear. And the Broncos have added options
Even when I released my first mock draft way back in January, there was a suspicion that Denver would jump at the chance to take Dez Bryant if the Oklahoma State wideout fell to the Broncos at the No. 11 pick. I've had Bryant as the top receiver on my Big Board since August, and I haven't changed that stance. But the bottom line was there was a suspicion all along that Brandon Marshall wouldn't be catching his passes in Denver next season.
Which makes the way this finally worked out pretty ironic.
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