Report: Shane Ray needs another wrist operation
Broncos outside linebacker Shane Ray is facing another surgery on his left wrist, Mike Klis of Denver’s 9Sports reports.
Ray is getting a second opinion, but surgery would not be season ending, according to Klis.
He missed eight games last season with a wrist injury and made 16 tackles and a sack. Ray has had three previous surgeries on the wrist.
His impact was limited this past season because of a knee injury, yet he still carved out 1,251 rushing yards. He averaged 6.5 yards per carry over his career. Couple that with the power-quickness combination, and Guice is the No. 2 back in the draft for some teams.
He had 12 tackles, including three for loss, a sack and forced a fumble in his final college game to close out a 141-tackle season. Vander Esch has the frame defensive coordinators covet and the instincts to be a walk-in starter for most NFL defenses.
After tearing multiple knee ligaments (not the ACL) in 2015, Chubb rushed for 1,130 yards in 2016 and 1,345 yards this past season. He will contribute immediately as an early-down runner, especially in an offense looking for a one-cut runner.
Goedert has the wingspan of a tackle — 80¾ inches — and should provide immediate help in the passing game. He does tip his routes at times, but was too good an athlete for the defenders to take advantage. He finished with 92 receptions in 2016 and 72 this past season.
He was initially recruited as a safety and thrives on contact as a receiver. Sutton is a physical player who reels in anything close to him, even with defenders hanging all over him. He has trouble getting separation to start, but Sutton is a fierce player who is hard to defend.
Miller missed much of the 2016 season with a foot injury, but when he returned he was moved to left tackle. He moves well, but as one of the tallest players in the draft, he plays too upright at times and gets caught trailing speed rushers. However, his athleticism is hard to miss and should get him in a lineup.