Broncos second-round draft choice DeMarcus Walker sees snow for first time

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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos introduced second-round draft choice DeMarcus Walker on Saturday at team headquarters. The team selected the pass usher from Florida State on Friday night.

Walker said he had never seen snow in person before he landed in Denver on Saturday morning.

How would Walker describe his game to Broncos fans?

“I’m just a relentless player with skills,” he said. “I’m all in wherever they want me to play. I’m going to go after the quarterbacks to win games.”

In the third round, the Broncos selected Carlos Henderson, a receiver from Louisiana Tech.

The Broncos had one more pick in the third round at No. 101 overall to wrap up the action Friday night.

The NFL held the second and third rounds of the draft on Friday night. The Broncos took Walker at No. 51. They also had the 82nd and 101st picks.

The Broncos started the action Saturday by trading running back Kapri Bibbs and their fifth-round draft pick (No. 177) to San Francisco in exchange for a fourth-round pick in 2018.

Bibbs played at Colorado State in Fort Collins.

The fourth through seventh rounds of the draft took place Saturday.

This selection also came in the fifth round.

The Broncos’ next selection came in the sixth round at No. 215.

The Broncos were the last team to pick in the draft. The player selected at No. 253 is known as “Mr. Irrelevant.” This year, he’s quarterback Chad Kelly from Mississippi.

Garett Bolles

On Friday, the team introduced its first-round draft pick, offensive tackle Garett Bolles from the University of Utah.

General manager John Elway said Bolles was the player he wanted all along to improve the offensive line.