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‘Rolls Royce’ Freeman should have the No. 1 RB spot locked in Orange & Blue 760’s Monday morning broadcast of First & 10 @ 10 was a hodgepodge of game review Dre’Mont Jones Jersey 2019 , breaking news and roster analysis - and it was chock full of informative tidbits.Among the most interesting conversations in my opinion was their evaluation of the Denver running backs - a position of relative weakness the past few seasons but one with a lot potential this year from several young backs.Ryan Edwards gave his two game balls to running backs - Royce Freeman and Phillip Lindsay - and he went on record for a second time to say that Freeman should have the No. 1 spot locked up.“The way he runs, he’s getting better at pass pro, he’s got back-to-back games with scoring touchdowns, great vision, one cutback,” Edwards said. “As far as I’m concerned, that’s all we needed to see.”Edwards wasn’t willing to say Freeman was the bell cow and Devontae Booker would be the third-down guy, but he definitely believes when the season is over, Freeman will have more touches on the ball than Booker.But Vance Joseph on Monday still wasn’t willing to give that No. 1 spot to the rookie running back who has flashed in both preseason games.“All four or five of the guys played well again. Right now, it’s an open competition still,” Joseph said Monday. “That being said, ‘Book’ and Royce have been our leads guys going in to the game, and ‘2’ has been our change-up guy. He’s a package guy, along with De’Angelo. And David had a nice run in the fourth quarter that would’ve probably sealed the game.”But with De’angelo Henderson, Phillip Lindsay and David Williams challenging those two, the position battle for the third spot - and possibly for making the fourth roster spot versus the practice squad - are still up for grabs and should make for an interesting preseason finale in two weeks.“Phillip Lindsay is no question a sharpie on the roster now,” Edwards said, noting the former CU Buffalo and UDFA earned his second game ball on the night. “He had a tackle on special teams, he’s second up in punt returns, he’s the starting kick returner. Phillip Lindsay has earned a roster spot, and all he can do now in Billy Musgrave’s offense is show versatility. He can run between tackles, catch in space - and he had a really, really good tackle on special teams as a gunner. C’mon man. Phillip Lindsay has lots to be excited about.”Steve Atwater couldn’t agree more.“He’s exciting, he’s fast, he’s explosive Cheap Dre’Mont Jones Jersey , he gets the crowd into it, he’s a hometown guy,” Atwater said. “Plus he works hard, so what’s not to like? I love his attitude, love his pass-catching ability. He’s going to be a weapon for us this year.”Edwards expects Lindsay to be the No. 3 running back, pushing either Henderson or Williams to the practice squad and keeping the other as the fourth running back on the 53. “We’ll get a lot of running in the preseason finale,” Andrew Mason said. “It could be the winner of that competition is on the 53 other guy is on the practice squad.”Bonus: David Bruton on ComiCon, books and the terrible new helmet ruleFormer Broncos’ safety and team captain the year of the Super Bowl run, David Bruton Jr., stopped by to talk with Edwards, Atwater and Mason - and they talked about everything from ComiCon to the helmet rule.As you might have guessed, Bruton is a big fan of the first one and not-so-much on the second.Edwards brought up the Broncos’ inability to tackle tight ends but the conversation quickly turned to the new helmet rules and how it’s making tackling impossible for the defense.“With the tackling rules, I have no idea. Not a clue,” Bruton said on how a safety can tackle a tight end in this new penalty-happy climate. “How are you suppose to tackle? It’s an offensive-minded league in how they structure these different rules. It puts the defensive player at a disadvantage. Puts the team on defense at a disadvantage. How are you supposed to tackle?”Unfortunately, Atwater added, there is no alternative offered by the NFL, so guys will keep tackling the way they’ve been taught with the head up, leading with the shoulder and just hope they don’t get fined.“The offense is lowering their heads and dropping their shoulders, but we’ll be the ones to get penalized because we’re the ones meeting them face to face,” Bruton Jr. said, adding that he doesn’t think the new rule can possibly last too long in the league.Helmet rules aside, Bruton is “always excited” to watch the young Broncos’ secondary this season.“They are [a little banged up], but injuries are part of the game,” he said, pointing out that during the Super Bowl year Dre’Mont Jones Denver Broncos Jersey , the Broncos had a lot of banged up players in the No Fly Zone, which just gave other guys a chance to shine. “Injuries happen and guys are able to step up, so we’ll see how big that depth is in the secondary for sure.”But Bruton’s other must-see player is Freeman, a guy the retired safety is happy he doesn’t have to tackle anymore.“I’m excited about Royce, excited to see what he’s going to do,” Bruton said. “He’s just a big bowling ball.”And how does a player tackle a bowling ball?“I’d probably just put my head down and shoot my shot,” Bruton said, acknowledging that he’d “probably just go ahead and catch a fine too.”Bruton retired from the NFL in the 2017 offseason after one year with theRedskins. He wasplaced on season-ending IR for a concussion he suffered fromBruton moved on by going back to school to earn his graduate degree in physical therapy. He’s currently finishing up some pre-req science courses at CU Denver and ready to start PT school after this semester.But in the meantime, he’s recruiting his classmates to help him continue his foundation work through Bruton’s Books of supplying reading materials to kids in disadvantaged schools. In addition to raising money to supply books to elementary schools, Bruton’s Books is also partnering with Power Lunch, a program to provide one-on-one tutoring during lunch twice a week to kids who need extra instruction. Trevor Sikkema of The Draft Network talks with the guys at First and 10 @ 10 about his thinking on what the Broncos could do and what he thinks they should do on Thursday night."Draft guru Trevor Sikkema joined Ryan Edwards, Andrew Mason and Steve Atwater on Monday to talk first-round draft scenarios, and he believes two things are pretty surefire bets - Ed Oliver won’t be there at 10, and it will come down to either quarterback or middle linebacker for the Broncos’ first pick.Listen to "4-22-19 Trevor Sikkema on 1st & 10" on Spreaker.So unless you’ve been away at sea for the past four months and have had zero connection to the outside world, this is not news to you.But as much as The Draft Network’s Sikkema likes the Devin from Michigan (Bush) more than the Devin from LSU (White) - he believes that if a top quarterback is available for the Broncos, Elway should grab him.So we’re back to the same old debate - do Broncos need to take a potential franchise QB in round one of the draft this year, or can they afford to wait if they aren’t sold on one of those QBs?Sikkema thinks Kyler Murray is going No. 1 overall and that a team or two will trade up into the top 10 to take another top quarterback, so Dwayne Haskins or Daniel Jones could be available.“If I were [the Broncos], I’d be picking Dwayne Haskins, because if you don’t have a long-term answer at quarterback you’ve got to be able to fix it pretty quickly or at least give yourselves an option,” Sikkema said, adding that the Broncos do not have that long-term option on the team right now. “But you always want to restart that process to becoming a Super Bowl contender as quickly as possible, which means taking some risks on quarterbacks.”And Sikkema is still in favor of going after a potential franchise QB even without a strong offensive line or a solid offense just yet - though obviously at some point it has to be a total package for an offense to be truly successful.“If you have the opportunity to pick a guy you think could be the long-term future for you, you have to take that chance,” he said. “Even if rest of the offensive line or the offense in general or even the team in general isn’t quite ready Dre’Mont Jones Denver Broncos Jersey , you have to know in your mind you can build on that and you can come together a lot better once you have a quarterback in place. “You may not do much winning right away,” he added, “but it’s much easier to build the team once you have that centerpiece there.”Mason, who also did his final first-round mock today and took Bush for his pick - even with Haskins still on the board, got a great explanation from Sikkema on why he prefers Devin Bush to Devin White.“It’s a very small separation because both are going to be in the league a long time, but I just love Devin Bush’s mental makeup and toughness on the field,” he said, adding that you always want your middle linebacker to be a leader on the field.“They’re both two very good linebackers. White is more of an attacking linebacker, an excellent A-gap blitzer. Bush can blitz from A-gap too, but I think he’s a little bit more fluid in coverage, especially in zone, which is so important playing in the middle of the field.”So in case the Broncos follow Sikkema’s first-round direction (QB) over Mason’s (LB), the crew wondered what Sikkema thought the Broncos’ direction should be in rounds two and three.If Denver goes quarterback, then getting an inside linebacker in round two is probably a good idea, given the drop-off in talent at that position in by round three and beyond. But if they go linebacker in one, then perhaps a tight end in round two and an interior offensive lineman in three would make sense, he noted.“Erik McCoy and Chris Lindstrom make a lot of sense. Total plug-and-play guys,” Sikkema said, adding that he’s not as high on Dalton Risner as some because he has concerns about his speed and narrow base, but he also gave the Colorado native a lot of props. “He’s the kind of person you want playing offensive line. He loves to just move people from one spot to the other,” Sikkema added. “And he had great chemistry after just three days at Senior Bowl, which is such an important part of playing offensive line.”