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ENGLEWOOD Phillip Lindsay Jersey , Colo. (AP) — Coach Vance Joseph said Monday “everything’s being considered right now” when asked if he’s contemplating lineup changes or taking over the play-calling from defensive coordinator Joe Woods.“It’s all being considered. We’re still watching the tape to figure out what’s the best course of action, but it’s all being considered,” Joseph said a day after the Broncos‘ 34-16 loss to the New York Jets in which they allowed 512 yards, 343 on the ground.Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. said he has no inkling of the changes in store, except that “we’ve got to play better, we’ve got to execute better as a defense, play with more awareness. They gave us a whole bunch of new looks in the run game that we’ve got to be prepared for in the future and try to clean up all of the mistakes.”Harris said he’s still confident in Woods.“Oh yeah, we just watched the game and I can honestly say he had probably one or two bad calls,” Harris said. “The rest is just poor execution.”The Broncos (2-3) are mired in a three-game skid with the unbeaten Los Angeles Rams (5-0) coming in next week. This marks the return of Wade Phillips, whose contract wasn’t renewed last year after he molded a championship defense in Denver.Phillips left because the Broncos wanted to promote Woods from secondary coach, but Woods hasn’t had similar success.After cornerback Bradley Roby surrendered two long TD passes Sunday, NBC analyst Tony Dungy declared, “The ‘No Fly Zone’ is dead.”Denver’s defensive dominance is history, too.Despite the efforts of Harris and end Derek Wolfe, who had his first career interception Sunday, the Broncos have one of the worst defenses in the league — they’re ranked 26th overall and 30th against the run.Star linebacker Von Miller has been quiet since a three-sack opener and hasn’t come close to a sack in three weeks, but it’s Roby’s struggles that have been the most notable.The Broncos traded Aqib Talib to the Rams last offseason to clear both salary cap space and room for Roby, who got a pay raise this season from about $1 million to $8.526 million in the final season of his rookie contract.Roby’s adjustment from nickel cornerback to starter has been an arduous one.After being criticized all season for giving too much cushion to the receivers, Roby allowed a 76-yard touchdown catch by Robby Anderson and was one of two unblocked defenders on Isaiah Crowell’s 77-yard touchdown run Sunday.Afterward, Roby said ups and downs come with the position.“I have confidence because I know my job is hard, I know that I’m always in man coverage without a lot of help Emmanuel Sanders Jersey ,” Roby said.Asked if he’d prefer more zone coverage to help him out, Roby said, “I don’t want to comment on that.”Joseph said Roby has to play more confidently: “That’s part of being an NFL starter. They go at you, they make a play or two and you have to go back out there and battle. And if you don’t it looks like that.”Roby hasn’t developed the short memory necessary for a starting NFL cornerback.“As a starting corner every play can be a big play,” Joseph said. “That makes it a difficult position in this league because it’s a passing league, obviously, and if you’re not making plays on the ball, every play can be a big play.”The Broncos’ defensive troubles are exacerbated by an offense that’s turning the ball over too often and not finishing drives in the red zone.Quarterback Case Keenum ranks 30th in the league with a passer rating of 78.1. He has just five touchdown throws and his seven interceptions match the total he had all of last year with Minnesota.The Broncos also got off to a good start last year only to tumble into a two-month funk, and linebacker Todd Davis said he’s confident this team can turn things around to prevent another losing season.“Absolutely, we definitely have the guys in this locker room that care about our team being great. So, I think we definitely have the willpower to turn this whole ship around,” Davis said. “And that’s what we’re going to do this week is turn this whole thing around.”Instead of reviewing the game film by position groups as they usually do, Denver’s entire defense watched it together Monday with Woods leading the session.“We’re making everything open and honest about what happened and why it happened, so it keeps us all on the same wavelength,” Davis said. “We’re just trying to get back to playing our brand of football.”Notes: Ace Kyle Freeland isn’t the only one who didn’t get a chance to take the mound in the Colorado Rockies’ best-of-five NL Division Series sweep at the hands of the Milwaukee Brewers. Davis said he was slated to throw out the ceremonial first pitch Monday night in Game 4. The former Bama tight end would be an excellent addition at the tight end position."One prospect the Denver Broncos have already shown interest in and could draft during day two of the 2019 NFL Draft is former Alabama tight end, Irv Smith Jr. He’s a 6’2”, 242lb tight end who is considered one of better ones in this draft class. Smith Jr. is ranked as the third-best tight end in the 2019 NFL Draft according to The Draft Network and is ranked as the 33rd best player in the entire draft.According to NFL Network’s draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah. Smith Jr. is ranked as the 27th best player in the 2019 NFL Draft. Irv Smith Jr. played a total of two seasons at Alabama and put up some decent numbers while not being a focal point in their offense. During Smith Jr.’s two-year career at Alabama, he totaled 58 receptions for 838 yards, and 10 touchdowns. This past year, he had a breakout campaign and totaled 44 receptions for 710 yards and 7 touchdown receptions. Some of Irv Smith Jr.’s accolades include being named to the Second-Team All-SEC in 2018, a CFP national champion in 2017 and a two-time SEC Champion in 2016 and 2018. Irv Smith Jr. Tight end | Junior | AlabamaHeight: 6’2” | Weight: 242lbs | 40-time: 4.63 secondsArm length: 31 1/2” | Hands: 9 1/2”Bench Press: 19 reps | Vertical Jump: 32.5 inches | Broad Jump: 110.0 inches3-Cone Drill: 7.32 seconds | 20-Yard Shuttle: 4.33 seconds | 60-Yard Shuttle: 12.44 secondsFilm Room:Scouting Report:Strengths:Like most Alabama tight ends DeMarcus Ware Jersey , he’s an elite run blockerGood, not great athleteStrong playerGood run route runner who finds the open zones in a defenseHas an extensive route treeA good YAC guy who is tough to bring downShowcases soft and reliable handsWIll run through you and battles/holds his own in the trenchesH-Back potential Versatile player who can play in-line, in the slow, and in the backfield Overall a very polished and well prepared player like most Alabama prospectsComing off a very productive year in the SEC Weaknesses:A tad undersized for a tight endSmaller arms gives you a smaller catch radius May need to bulk up some to continue being an elite blocker in the NFLWhile being a good athlete, he lacks that explosive second gear that some prospects in this draft class haveA one-year wonder who is a little bit inexperienced Mockdraftable spider graph:Quotable:NFL Network’s draft analyst Lance Zierlein on Alabama tight end, Irv Smith Jr. “Smith is still green in terms of overall experience, which shows up in run-blocking and route-running, but he has plenty of talent and is likely to get much better in both areas. He has combination tight end talent but really flashes as a move blocker at fullback or wingback spots. His buildup speed sets him apart as a big, field-stretching option and once he gets rolling after the catch. O.J. Howard was bigger, and a better athlete, but like Howard, Smith offers Pro Bowl potential as a well-rounded tight end prospect.”Does Irv Smith Jr. make sense for the Denver Broncos?:He fits well.He is a little undersized. Not very tall, shorter arms, and a little light for a tight end, but he plays much bigger than what he’s listed. He’s not an explosive athlete like say a Noah Fant, but he’s good enough to be a weapon for an NFL offense. What I like most about this fit is his run blocking prowess. The Broncos figure to run the ball often in 2019 and will be in 11 personnel a good amount of time. So a run blocking tight end like Smith Jr. makes a ton of sense. His route running ability and athleticism should make him a weapon on play action plays which often feature the tight end in the passing game. I personally see the Broncos targeting a bigger tight end with more traditional height/arm length measurements, but certainly wouldn’t be upset with Smith Jr. If he’s in play and still on the board at 41, I think he’ll be hard for the Broncos to pass up.
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