Broncos enter Phase II of workouts with improved attendance, 1-on-1 with rookies Javonte Williams and Baron Browning
In the latest episode of his podcast Klis' Mike Drop, our 9NEWS Broncos insider Mike Klis starts by discussing the much-improved attendance for the team at Phase II of offseason workouts, as more than 70 players (including rookies) showed up at UCHealth Training Center this week.
Next, Mike goes 1-on-1 with second-round running back Javonte Williams out of North Carolina. They discuss Willams' impressive pre-draft test scores, family and parents, running style and his fresh legs after splitting reps at UNC.
Finally, it's a chat with Broncos third-round linebacker Baron Browning out of Ohio State. A lot of people wanted Denver to get inside linebacker help earlier in the draft, but Browning could be a steal considering they took him with the No. 105 overall pick.
Mike then wraps up by discussing the recent diversity hires the Broncos have made in the front office, including six recent ones, headlined by Kelly Kleine being named Director of Football Operations/Special Advisor to the GM. It's believed Kleine is the highest-ranking female executive in the NFL.
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