ESPN's Todd McShay still has Broncos poised to fill biggest need
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By Jeff LegwoldESPN Senior Writer

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- When it comes to quarterbacks and the Denver Broncos, ESPN's Todd McShay believes the Senior Bowl mattered and McShay believes the Broncos are still poised to use their first-round pick in the draft to get a new prospect behind center.

In his second mock draftInsider of the pre-draft season, McShay paired the Broncos with Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield. In his first mock draft McShay had the Broncos selecting Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen with the No. 5 pick.

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Both were at the Senior Bowl last month and on the North team, which was directed by Denver's coaches.

Mayfield said he went to Mobile to give the NFL's decision-makers an up-close look at him and that they could also try to get to know him a little bit. He said he felt the Broncos were prodding and poking in their own way to see how would respond to certain...



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