Pretty interesting way of doing things: http://www.denverpost.com/premium/broncos/ci_14860818
"While most teams list all potential picks on their draft board, with grades on everyone from potential first-round picks to rookie free agents, teams such as the Patriots, Broncos and Chiefs work from a much shorter list. Players who don't fit the team's framework, on or off the field, are removed from consideration before the draft starts.
The result is a far smaller pool of players from which to choose. Last April, the Broncos made 10 selections from a board that included fewer than 100 names. The draft included 256 players, and some teams had more than 300 names on their board."
[ Edited by Yetiman on Apr 11, 2010 at 07:17:43 ]