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Speaking with the First and 10 crew on Orang

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e & Blue Radio Bradley Chubb Jersey White , USA Today’s Doug Farrar named three Broncos in his top 11 cornerbacks in the NFL." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteMile High Reporta Denver Broncos communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsBroncosOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos 2019 Draft ClassBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Filed under:Denver Broncos PodcastsThe way back to prominence for the Broncos will be through the defenseNew,25commentsSpeaking with the First and 10 crew on Orange & Blue Radio, USA Today’s Doug Farrar named three Broncos in his top 11 cornerbacks in the NFL. The way back to prominence for the Broncos will be through the defensedenverbroncos.comUSA Today NFL writer Doug Farrar joined the First and 10 @ 10 crew today, but more important than what he said was what he had written, which was naming three Broncos in his list of the “top 11 slot defenders” in the NFL - Kareem Jackson at No. 8, Bryce Callahan at No. 3, and of course, Chris Harris Jr. at No. 1 (thank goodness John Elway figured out a way to keep him - at least for another year).Here’s a snapshot of his reasoning:No. 8 - Kareem JacksonNo. 3 - Bryce CallahanNo. 1 - Chris Harris Jr.Joining Ryan Edwards, Andrew Mason and Steve Atwater, Farrar noted that it’s key to have so many slot defenders who are versatile because in the modern NFL, it is no longer a fact that the slot defender is an average player.“With three and four receiver sets, it’s mandatory that you have at least one good slot corner,” Farrar said. “You can’t put a championship defense on the field without at least one really high quality slot defender, and now with Kareem Jackson, Bryce Callahan and Chris Harris Jr. the Broncos have three guys they can move around.”And although there is talk of moving Bryce Callahan to playing outside cornerback, Farrar sees him more as a slot corner but noted he is “one of the more technically proficient cornerbacks” in the league and has the “the flexibility, the hip turn and speed downfield to stay with guys” to play slot.“When you’re the slot guy, if you’re not used to having defend either side, you can really run into trouble,” Farrar said. “The slot has made some outside guys look silly, and Callahan does have the skillset to [play slot].”If Farrar were the one placing the defensive backs, he would make Harris Jr. the outside guy Brian Dawkins Jersey , Callahan as the slot guy and Jackson “as the moving chess piece,” but he joked that he has no intention of second-guessing Vic Fangio. “He knows a little more about defense than I do,” Farrar added.The crew also talked about versatility along the defensive line, particularly Fangio’s point early on that he basically expects all the guys to play every position along the line.“In the modern NFL, it’s very rare that you see a static front where everyone lines up at same position,” Farrar agreed, noting that it’s less about the position and more about the gap where a player lines up. “You may be three-tech or nose, one shade or between guard and center or between the tackle and guard. Fangio is right on with that. As far as watching trends and seeing how defensive lines look down to down...that’s a very astute statement by him.”However Fangio makes the defense work, Farrar is convinced that it will be the defense to get the Broncos back to prominence - especially within the “contentious” AFC West.“Elway set the tone - ‘I’m going to hire Vic Fangio, one of greatest defensive coordinators of his era, we’re going to bring in these cornerbacks, get Mike Munchak to redefine the offensive line, which is a must, and that brings Phillip Lindsay more into play...’” Farrar said. “The Broncos returning to prominence, I think it has to be on defense, and there are few people better to run that ship than Fangio.”Listen to "6-3-19 Doug Farrar on 1st & 10" on Spreaker. Could Cashman be the linebacker that Vic Fangio targets in the 2019 NFL Draft?"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos 2019 Draft ClassBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Denver Broncos 2019 Draft2019 NFL Draft: Scouting Minnesota linebacker, Blake CashmanNew,9commentsCould Cashman be the linebacker that Vic Fangio targets in the 2019 NFL Draft? 2019 NFL Draft: Scouting Minnesota linebacker, Blake CashmanOrlando Ramirez-USA TODAY SportsOne prospect who may interest the Denver Broncos during day two of the 2019 NFL Draft is former Minnesota linebacker, Blake Cashman. He’s a 6’1”, 237lb linebacker who is considered a late riser up draft boards. Cashman is ranked as the fourth best off the ball linebacker prospect in the draft according to The Draft Network and is ranked as the 85th overall prospect in the draft. Cashman played a total of four seasons at Minnesota and is coming off a breakout season for them. During his four-year career at Minnesota, Cashman totaled 183 tackles Noah Fant Denver Broncos Jersey , 31 tackles for a loss, 12 sacks, 6 pass deflections, and 2 forced fumbles. This past season, Cashman totaled 104 tackles, 15 tackles for a loss, 2.5 sacks, 5 pass deflections, and 1 forced fumble. Blake CashmanLinebacker | Senior | MinnesotaHeight: 6’1” | Weight: 237lbs | 40-time: 4.5 secondsArm length: 30 1/8” | Hands: 8 3/4”Bench Press: 18 reps | Vertical jump: 37.5 inches | Broad jump: 124.0 inches3-Cone drill: 6.95 seconds | 20-Yard Shuttle: 4.12 secondsFilm Room:Scouting Report:Strengths:Smooth rangy athleteExcellent range and is a sideline to sideline linebackerConsistent wrap up tacklerNon-stop motor and tenacity who has a nose for the ballSmooth in coverage with loose hipsIntelligence is there as he read and reacts quicklyProven to be an efficient blitzer Fits the mold of a new-age linebacker who excels in spaceTested very well at the CombineMade multiple stops in the backfield this past season for Minnesota(15 TFL’s)Plays with a chip on his shoulder(Former walk-on)Team Captain for MinnesotaWeaknesses:Not the biggest or strongest linebackerWill need his defensive line to keep him cleanBlock shedding isn’t a strengthShort arms which limits his tackling radiusNot a powerful tacklerMockdraftable Spider Graph:Quotable:The Draft Network’s Kyle Crabbs on linebacker, Kyle Crabbs. “Blake Cashman projects favorably as a starting MIKE LB in the NFL. With necessary movement skills and a terrific motor, Cashman brings upside if he’s able to further hone his craft. Cashman would do well in man to man coverage in the middle of the field as a pass defender, giving him three down upside. That said, Cashman needs to be protected by his defensive line if he hopes to shine and reach his full potential as a high end contributor on defense.”Does linebacker Blake Cashman make sense for the Denver Broncos on day two of the NFL Draft?If they do not go linebacker in the first-round, I think he could be in play.Cashman is the type of linebacker the Broncos are likely looking for. Not a gap-filling run stuffer which they already have in Davis and Jewell, but a sub-package linebacker who excels in space and in coverage. That is exactly what Cashman can do. I really like Cashman’s game. He is scrappy as they come, doesn’t quit, former walk-on who has earned every opportunity given to him, and just never quits on the football field. This is the sort of football player I could see an old school coach like Vic Fangio taking a liking too. The Broncos defensive line would have to keep him clean to have him playing at his best, but he would be an excellent sub-package linebacker for the Broncos. I see Cashman going on day two of the NFL draft and likely in the third-round. The Broncos have an early third-round selection so I could see him being in-play there if they pass on Devin Bush at 10th overall.

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