It will be awhile before people forget the gaffe that cost the Denver Broncos the rights to Elvis Dumervil thanks to a faulty fax machine, but it will not be that long before they start to address their pressing need on pressuring the quarterback. They will have to address that very soon.
While Denver was one of the best and most complete teams in the NFL last season, they won't be as complete without Dumervil and that could be an issue. It gives the Broncos an important need heading into the draft on April 25, so which pass-rusher could fall and be the best fit for Denver in the first round?
One possibility is Florida State defensive end Bjoern Werner. The 6'3, 266-pound lineman was once projected as a top-five pick, but has slid down the mock draft boards since February and that could benefit John Elway's Broncos come draft day. ESPN's Todd McShay projected Werner to Denver in his latest mock draft: