OR running back Royce Freeman drafted by Denver Broncos

OR running back Royce Freeman drafted by Denver Broncos

OR running back Royce Freeman drafted by Denver Broncos

Prolific Oregon running back Royce Freeman is heading to the Mile High City. Now, Sutton could be expected to immediately compete for Denver's third receiver spot behind Thomas and Sanders.

After releasing 1,000-yard rusher C.J. Anderson last month, Elway expressed confidence last week that his team could snag an impactful ball-carrier in a deep running back class. Freeman, who unleashes a powerful style from his 6-foot, 230-pound frame, is the all-time leading rusher for an OR program that boasts several prolific ball-carriers in recent seasons.

"I'm excited about a guy like that".

Broncos selected Oregon RB Royce Freeman with the No. 71 overall pick in the 2018 National Football League draft. "We talked a little bit about moving up and couldn't get anything done and so we were patient with him and it worked out". A larger back in size (6'0, 229 lbs) the solidly-built Freeman bulldozed his way through Pac-12 defenses, while also displaying a quick burst.

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"Surprisingly, not really", said Yiadom, when asked whether he suspected the Broncos would draft him. "I think as a running back, that is definitely important".

"I knew I was going to be able to dominate at the position if I bought into what they were trying to get me to do, " Sutton told the Denver media in a conference call. "I feel like a successful rookie year is just making plays and whatever it takes to help this team win". He was most dominant as a senior, including a 2.5 sack effort against Boston College that left Eagles' coach Steve Addazio lost for solutions: "We doubled Chubb with the tackle", he said at the time.

"John said it, in the future he could be our No. 1 guy", Joseph said. "They played me at safety but Coach Jones saw that I had the ball skills and they needed some grit on that other side of the ball".

Anderson was the Broncos' leading rusher last season with 1,007 yards and three touchdowns. "If I am going to do something, I am going to do it at 100 percent"'.

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