The Denver Broncos had a formal interview with Pittsburgh offensive tackle Carter Warren at the NFL combine earlier this offseason, according to The Draft Network’s Ryan Fowler. NFL teams are allowed to have up to 45 formal visits with players at the combine each year.
Warren (6-5, 311 pounds) was a four-game starter at left tackle for the Panthers last season before suffering a season-ending meniscus tear. Warren has since recovered from that injury and he participated in the East-West Shrine Bowl in February.
Warren started 39 of the 40 games he was available for at Pitt and he is now projected to be a late-round pick in this year’s NFL draft. The Broncos currently hold pick No. 139 in the fifth round and pick No. 195 in the sixth round (full order of picks here).
If selected by Denver, Warren would likely serve as a backup swing tackle behind starters Garett Bolles and Mike McGlinchey.
The 2023 NFL draft will be held in Kansas City from April 27-29.
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