After trading rookie cornerback Kary Vincent to the Philadelphia Eagles on Tuesday, the Denver Broncos now have 11 picks to use in the 2022 NFL draft, including five picks in the first three rounds.
Here’s a look at the team’s unofficial pick order:
Round 1: Own pick
Round 2: Own pick
Round 2: From Los Angeles Rams
Round 3: Own pick
Round 3: From Los Angeles Rams
Round 4: Own pick
Round 5: Own pick
Round 5: From Detroit Lions
Round 6: From Philadelphia Eagles
Round 7: From San Francisco 49ers*
Round 7: From Detroit Lions*
Denver acquired a seventh-round pick from the San Francisco 49ers when they traded a sixth-round pick to acquire linebacker Jonas Griffith in August. The Broncos also acquired fifth- and seventh-round picks from the Detroit Lions in exchange for wide receiver Trinity Benson.
Denver later traded a seventh-round pick to the Minnesota Vikings for linebacker Stephen Weatherly, and it’s unclear if they used their own pick, the Lions’ pick or the 49ers’ pick in that trade. Regardless, the Broncos currently have two seventh-round picks to use next spring.
The 2022 NFL draft will be held in Las Vegas from April 28-30.