The Denver Broncos selected two players and made two trades on the second day of the NFL Draft on Friday, April 29.
After watching the first round on Thursday, having traded their first round pick to the Seattle Seahawks as part of the Russell Wilson deal, the Broncos draft linebacker/edge rusher Nik Bonitto out of Oklahoma with the final pick of the second round (64th overall).
Then the Broncos traded one of their third round picks (75th overall) to the Houston Texans for the 80th pick and the 152nd pick (fifth round).
With the 80th pick, the Broncos drafted tight end Greg Dulcich out of UCLA.
The Broncos then traded their second third round pick (96th) to the Indianapolis Colts for a fifth round pick this year (179th) and the Colts third round pick in 2023.
The Broncos will have eight picks on the third day of the draft on Saturday:
--4th round: 10th pick of the round (#115), 11th (#116)
--5th round: 9th (#152), 19th (#162), 36th (#179)
--6th round: 28th (#206)
--7th round: 11th (#232), 13th (#234)
Broncos general manager George Paton and head coach Nathaniel Hackett spoke with reporters at the end of the second day: