Broncos’ NFL draft tracker, Day 3: Denver starts final rounds with two picks and holes to fill

Day 1: Roman Phifer’s journey | Payton and Paton digging for gold | Winners and losers

Day 2: Broncos analysis Day 2 | Marvin Mims Jr. at No. 63 | Drew Sanders at No. 67 | Riley Moss at No. 83 | Day 3 possibilities | Russell Wilson trade tally

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10:20 a.m.: Philadelphia drafted yet another Georgia defender in cornerback Kelee Ringo, their third Bulldog defender of this draft and their fifth in the past two years.

The Broncos, recently, have had a similar affinity for Oklahoma players. They took Nik Bonitto and Delarrin Turner-Yell last year and receiver Marvin Mims Jr. on Friday evening. This can only mean that they’ll be selecting running back Eric Gray and defensive lineman Jalen Redmond with their pair of sixth-round selections today.

10 a.m.: We are back in business, baby. Round 4 starts now, with 102 picks down and 157 to go. Who’s going to be the next Tariq Woolen? The next Brock Purdy? Denver only starts the day with two bites at the apple and, after trading up twice on Friday, those picks don’t arrive until the sixth round at No. 183 and No. 195. Will they move up? Deal from their roster for a pick?

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