Carroll Hardy spent nearly a decade across Major League Baseball and more than two decades in the Broncos front office.
Denver brought in former Buccaneers right tackle Demar Dotson to UCHealth Training Center for a visit on Sunday, the team announced. Dotson, a 34-year-old player, has appeared in 130 games and started 106 in his 10-year career. The 6-foot-9, 315-pounder started at least 10 games at right tackle for the Buccaneers in each of the last four seasons and started 15 contests in 2019.
One season into their prospective careers, Risner looks to be a star guard and the future of Denver’s offensive line. And according to him, Lock may just be the future of the quarterback position in the Mile High City, too. When it comes to Drew, I think he deserves the hype,” Risner said on Thursday.