Analyzing the Broncos’ options at cornerback in the 2018 NFL Draft

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We’ve already covered the majority of the Denver Broncos need portions in the upcoming 2018 NFL Draft, but the one spot we’ve yet to preview is cornerback, where the loss of Aqib Talib has opened up a hole in the three-man rotation.

Even with the loss of a star like Talib, it doesn’t feel like corner is a priority at the very top of the draft for Denver. That's because the Broncos seem pretty happy with free-agent acquisition Tramaine Brock and still have the raw, but talented, Brendan Langley, who they drafted in the top 100 only a year ago.

So, while we’re still going to talk about a few options at the top of the draft, we’re also going to focus a bit more on potential late-round finds at the position.

We’ve already addressed the need areas at quarterback, running back, receivers and tight ends, offensive tackle, guard, inside linebacker, and edge rusher as well, so click on those links if you need to get caught up.

Let’s get into it, as this cornerback class is one of the deepest and most talented of the entire 2018 draft. 

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