Greg Dulcich eager to team up with Russell Wilson and win Super Bowls

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Denver Broncos rookie tight end Greg Dulcich is a converted wide receiver who’s poised to quickly become a key part of the team’s offense.

“[I’m] a dynamic playmaker in the passing game especially with my receiver background [and] the separation I get,” the tight end said last month after being selected by the Broncos in the third round of the NFL draft.

After playing in UCLA’s pro-style offense in college, Dulcich is now set to join Russell Wilson in the NFL, and it’s safe to say he’s thrilled about teaming up with the star quarterback.

“It’s just — we’re going to win some Super Bowls,” Dulcich said when asked what it will be like to play with Wilson. “I’m just excited about that. We’re going to be such a successful team and I can’t wait to go over there and get to work with him.”

Wilson won’t be at the team’s rookie minicamp this weekend but Dulcich will get to begin working with the quarterback when the Broncos start organized team activities in late May, followed by full-squad minicamp in June.

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