Here is how I expect the first round to go in the 2019

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    NFL Draft." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteMile High Reporta Denver Broncos communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsBroncosOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos 2019 Draft ClassBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Filed under:Denver Broncos Mock DraftsDenver Broncos 2019 Draft2019 NFL Mock Draft - The Prediction for Round 1New Dalton Risner Jersey ,21commentsHere is how I expect the first round to go in the 2019 NFL Draft. 2019 NFL Mock Draft - The Prediction for Round 1Murray is going 1. Jerome Miron-USA TODAY SportsFor the final mock before the real thing, I thought I’d take my final stab at guessing the first round. If nothing else, it should be fun to look back on and laugh Friday, so let’s throw some darts. 1. Oakland Raiders - Kyler Murray - QUARTERBACKAll day yesterday there were different rumors circulating about the Raiders. It’s almost like reporters forgot that Gruden and Mayock threw the scouts out to keep intel tight to the chest. What hasn’t been a secret is Gruden’s hot & cold attitude towards Derek Carr. With 3 picks in the first round this is his best chance at finding a capable replacement. 2. San Francisco 49ers - Nick Bosa - EDGEThis picks been locked in so long it’s boring. Let’s move on. 3. Washington - Dwayne Haskins - QUARTEBACKFor as long as people have known that John Lynch wanted Joey Nick Bosa, people have known that the Jets wanted to move down. What complicates things is the Cardinals and Bucs, who could also willingly jump farther down the board for a pick haul. In the end, I think Washington gets the best deal at 3. People will grill the Jets for getting so little, but take a look at their roster. Every pick helps. 4. Arizona Cardinals - Quinnen Williams - DEFENSIVE LINEHere’s betting the Cards would get an A+ grade for simply getting the Raiders haul and Q, who looks like the best player in this draft class. 5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Devin White - LINEBACKERThere’s been a few who have given Arians a corner here. I do think was the Jets best offensive lineman in 2018? Sam Darnold needs better than that and Adam Gase is going to go offense in the first. This is his last real shot at a HC job. 16. Carolina Panthers - Jonah Williams - OFFENSIVE LINEIs he a guard? Is he a tackle? Good news, the Panthers need both. Can he fill two spots at once?17. New York Giants - Rashan Gary - DEFENSIVE LINEI like Brian Burns. Dave Gettleman won’t. James Bettcher has one of those schemes that can manufacture pressure, so a pure edge rusher won’t be as high a priority, and the team will fall for Gary’s tools. 18. Minnesota Vikings - Garrett Bradbury - OFFENSIVE LINEMinny is a sleeper team to try and move up to grab Dillard, but wind up sticking to grab the best interior linemen left on the board. Some will peg Cody Ford here. Bradbury is a better fit for the Kubiak scheme. 19. Tennessee Titans - Cody Ford - OFFENSIVE LINEI think the Titans are another wildcard. While they were Blaine Gabbert away from a playoff berth in 2018 they secretly have a slew of needs at priority positions. You probably didn’t realize that because they’re a boring team. (Seriously name four players after Mariota, I’ll wait.)20. Pittsburgh Steelers - Brian Burns - EDGEI think the Steelers will try and move up. I just also think Kevin Colbert will try too hard to make sure he looks like he won the deal to get anything done. Cornerback makes a lot of sense here but Burns is a clean fit for them as a 3-4 edge rusher who will be able to drop in space with time. If Ben Roethlisberger hadn’t agreed to an extension yesterday I would have put a receiver here, as Pit seems more concerned with his happiness than the on field product. 21. Seattle Seahawks - Montez Sweat - EDGEThe draft falls perfectly for Seattle’s needs. Some teams ahead of them worry about a heart condition. Pete Carroll convinces himself he has enough heart for everyone.22. Baltimore Ravens - N’Keal Harry - WIDE RECEIVERI almost grabbed Noah Fant here because Lamar Jackson can never have enough tight ends. Instead he gets a contested catch artist who can make his quarterback look competent. At the press conference they’ll talk about his ability to block. Bet on it.23. Houston Texans - Dalton Risner - OFFENSIVE LINEI think Bill O’Brien darn near poops himself when the run on lineman starts. In the end Houston gets a guy who can play anywhere but left tackle. That’ll help later as they need 3 more linemen. 24. Oakland Raiders - Noah Fant - TIGHT ENDThe Raiders are going to get glowing reviews coming out of this draft. Then their defense is going to be the worst in football.25. Detroit Lions - Greedy Williams - CORNERBACKDetroit burns some of that extra capital they got to get back up and give the Darius Slayton a running mate and heir apparent. 26. Indianapolis Colts - Jeffery Simmons - DEFENSIVE LINEThis just screams the kind of long view pick that I imagine Chris Ballard has the onions to pull off. Since his hire Indy has come across as the kind of front office that will make the smart pick, even if it isn’t necessarily the obvious one in the moment.27. Arizona Cardinals - Hakeem Butler - WIDE RECEIVERIf the Cardinals settle on Josh Rosen, they’re going to need him a real receiver. Zombie Fitzgerald and Christian Kirk aren’t going to cut it. 28. Los Angeles Chargers - Byron Murphy - CORNERBACKGus Bradley gets a clean fit for his zone heavy scheme. I think Murphy slides farther than anticipated because he isn’t the kind of silly athlete that NFL team’s take high in the first. Chargers have a quietly scary secondary to fill that empty stadium with.29. Seattle Seahawks - Nasir Adderly - SAFETYI prefer Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, I just think Carroll will like a 4-year starter who can stepinto that Earl Thomas role early on.30. Green Bay Packers - Johnathan Abrams - SAFETYPeople are going to call me Cheezy when I pick Rodgers to make it back to the Super Bowl and I don’t even care. Abrams gives them a flexible chess piece that can come up and help cover in the intermediate zone and also play as an extra linebacker.31. Los Angeles Rams - Clellin Ferrell - EDGEMuch like Samson Ekubam, Ferrell is a stronger player rushing than he is in space. That’s alright in Wade’s scheme. 32. New England Patriots - Jerry Tillery - DEFENSIVE LINEHere’s betting this pick looks like a steal 3 years down the road. We pick, you vote, the Denver Broncos get their guy with the 125th overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos 2019 Draft ClassBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Denver Broncos 2019 DraftMile High Mock Madness 2019 - Community Pick - Round 4 New,36commentsWe pick, you vote, the Denver Broncos get their guy with the 125th overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. Mile High Mock Madness 2019 - Community Pick - Round 4 Who should the Broncos take to start Day 3?Kirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsWelcome to Mock Madness, where your favorite writers GM 31 teams to give you guys a chance to get to vote on the Broncos’ pick in each round.Day 1 saw the Denver Broncos select Devin Bush, Linebacker from the University of Michigan. Day 2 saw a close vote between Erik McCoy, Center from Texas A&M and Dexter Lawrence, a monstrous defensive lineman from Clemson. On Day 3, the vote came down to the wire, but Broncos Country ultimately chose the quarterback out of Duke, Daniel Jones. Tight end Kahale Warring from San Diego State University very nearly won, getting passed by Jones just before the poll closed. Fellow tight end Jace Sternberger of Texas A&M got quite a few votes as well.Today we pick up where we left off yesterday. Who will be available at 125? Ride the board and make your voice heard!72. Cincinnati Bengals - Michael Deiter, OFFENSIVE LINE73. New England Patriots - J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, WIDE RECEIVER74. Buffalo Bills - Jace Sternberger, TIGHT END75. Green Bay Packers - Dru Samia, OFFENSIVE LINE76. Philadelphia Eagles - Germaine Pratt, LINEBACKER77. Carolina Panthers - Kahale Warring, TIGHT END78. Miami Dolphins - Renell Wren, DEFENSIVE LINE79. Atlanta Falcons - Nate Davis, OFFENSIVE LINE80. Cleveland Browns - Max Scharping, OFFENSIVE LINE81. Minnesota Vikings - Trysten Hill, DEFENSIVE LINE 82. Tennessee Titans via STEELERS - Ben Powers, OFFENSIVE LINE 83. Houston Texans via STEELERS - Khalen Saunders Tramaine Brock Jersey , DEFENSIVE LINE84. Seattle Seahawks - Maxx Crosby, EDGE85. Baltimore Ravens - Riley Ridley, WIDE RECEIVER 86. Pittsburgh Steelers via TEXANS - Miles Boykin, WIDE RECEIVER 87. Chicago Bears - Miles Sanders, RUNNING BACK 88. Detroit Lions (via PHI) - Connor McGovern, OFFENSIVE LINE 89. Oakland Raiders VIA COLTS - Josh Oliver, TIGHT END 90. Dallas Cowboys - Isaiah Johnson, CORNERBACK91. Houston Texans via LAC - Emanuel Hall, WIDE RECEIVER 92. Kansas City Chiefs- Mecole Hardman, WIDE RECEIVER 93. Pittsburgh Steelers via JETS - Stanley Morgan, WIDE RECEIVER94. Pittsburgh Steelers - Anthony Nelson, EDGE 95. New York Giants via Browns - Tytus Howard, OFFENSIVE LINE96. Philadelphia Eagles- Jahlani Tavai, LINEBACKER97. New England Patriots - Christian Miller, EDGE98. Jacksonville Jaguars - Antoine Wesley, WIDE RECEIVER 99. New York Jets via Steelers - David Long, CORNERBACK100. Carolina Panthers - Hjalte Froholdt, OFFENSIVE LINE101. Atlanta Falcons via Pats - Joejuan Williams, CORNERBACK102. Baltimore Ravens - Emeke Egbule, EDGE103. Arizona Cardinals - Jamel Dean, CORNERBACK104. San Francisco 49ers - Marquise Blair, SAFETY105. New York Jets - Greg Gaines, DEFENSIVE LINE106. Oakland Raiders - Drue Tranquill, LINEBACKER 107. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - David Montgomery, RUNNING BACK108. New York Giants - Bobby Okereke, LINEBACKER109. Jacksonville Jaguars - David Long, LINEBACKER110. Cincinatti Bengals - Will Grier, QUARTERBACK111. Detroit Lions - Te’von Coney, LINEBACKER112. Buffalo Bills - Lonnie Johnson, CORNERBACK113. Baltimore Ravens (Via DEN) - L.J. Collier, EDGE 114. Green Bay Packers - David Edwards, OFFENSIVE LINE115. Carolina Panthers - Oshane Ximines, EDGE116. Miami Dolphins - Brett Rypien, QUARTERBACK117. Atlanta Falcons - Kaden Smith, TIGHT END118. Green Bay Packers - Damien Harris, RUNNING BACK 119. Cleveland Browns - Malik Gant, SAFETY120. Minnesota Vikings - Lamont Gaillard, CENTER121. Tennesee Titans - Dontavius Russell, DEFENSIVE LINE122. Pittsburgh Steelers - Malik Reed, EDGE123. Baltimore Ravens - Sheldrick Redwine, SAFETY124. Seattle Seahawks - Terronne Prescod, OFFENSIVE LINE