Broncos add 2 big bangers on offence in Sutton, Freeman


Sutton packs 218 pounds on his almost 6-foot-4 frame, giving Case Keenum another big, physical red-zone target who "has No. 1" receiver traits, according to coach Vance Joseph.

The Broncos wrapped up Day 2 of the 2018 NFL Draft by selecting cornerback Isaac Yiadom.

The prolific edge rusher from North Carolina State is a high-motor pass rusher with a rare mix of speed, strength and savvy that helps him beat double teams to get to the quarterback or stuff the running back. Chubb finished his career with the Wolfpack with 60 tackles for loss (48 of those in the last two seasons combined) to go with 10.5 sacks in 2016 and 10 sacks this past season.

"I would describe myself as relentless", Chubb said. Miller said last week he'd "be cool" if the Broncos selected Chubb. "If I am going to do something, I am going to do it at 100 percent"'. He was hurt all of a year ago and they (Oregon) changed up the run scheme which kept him between the tackles. "There's not a whole lot more you can do than that".

And while Sutton isn't an elite burner-he ran a 4.54-second 40-yard dash at the combine-he proved capable of making defenders miss in the open field when he had space to operate in after the catch. But ask his college coach, Dave Doeren, and Chubb's success stems from much more.

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Thomas and Sanders "are going to be great role models for him", Elway added.

"It's definitely going to have to get fine-tuned because there's no weak offensive linemen in the NFL", Chubb said.

Chubb comes into the National Football League a better run stuffer than Miller was as a rookie. He said he'll embrace the challenge.

"I loved playing safety, but I feel like in my heart I was a true receiver", Sutton said.

That put the Browns back on the clock, and everyone with a working brain expected them to take Chubb, who experts aplenty saw as the top defensive player available, and a handful identified as the best prospect, period. "If that comes with Rookie of the Year, that's perfectly fine with me as long as we win games".