Domata Peko

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Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 325
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College: Michigan State
Birth Place: Pago Pago, American Samoa
Draft: 2006 4th round (26th pick) by the
  • 10 positions the Broncos should target in the 2017 NFL draft
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    10 positions the Broncos should target in the 2017 NFL draft

    The 2017 NFL draft is just over one month away and speculation as to who will go where, which team will target a certain player and what position needs each team will address is running rampant. We’re no different here, so let’s take a look at how things could look for the Denver Broncos. The Broncos have made several big signings through free agency this offseason, but it’s debatable as to whether or not those signings completely addressed the problems the team ran into last season. The Broncos just happen to have 10 picks in their arsenal for the draft, so where might they use them? Here’s a look at the ten positions the Broncos should consider, ranked in order of importance. Big surprise,

  • Making decisions on the Bengals’ 3 remaining free agents
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    Making decisions on the Bengals’ 3 remaining free agents

    Since the free agency window opened, the Bengals have lost Andrew Whitworth to the Los Angeles Rams, Kevin Zeitler to the Cleveland Browns, Rex Burkhead to the New England Patriots, Domata Peko to the Denver Broncos, Karlos Dansby to the Arizona Cardinals and Margus Hunt to the Indianapolis Colts. The team re-signed Dre Kirkpatrick, Eric Winston and Brandon LaFell in addition to bringing in Kevin Minter from the Cardinals and Andre Smith following a year away with the Minnesota Vikings. At this point, it would stand to reason that the majority of the notable deals around the league are out of the way. All of the remaining free agents who have yet to sign with a team are likely going to have to

  • Kyle Peko says he is 'blessed' to play with cousin Domata Peko
    Broncos Wire

    Kyle Peko says he is 'blessed' to play with cousin Domata Peko

    There’s going to be a family reunion on the Broncos defensive line this season. Earlier this month, Denver signed veteran Bengals defensive lineman Domata Peko to a two-year deal, shoring up their defensive line. Domata is the older cousin of Kyle Peko, who joined the Broncos as a college free agent out of Oregon State in 2016. When Domata arrived at the team’s facility on March 13, Kyle shared a photo of the two linemen on Twitter. Kyle told Ryan Koenigsberg‏ of BSN Denver that he did not recruit Domata during free agency, but he is excited to learn from him. Domata was born in Los Angeles but grew up in Pago Pago, American Samoa. Back in 2008, the Broncos had a set of brothers on their roster