PHOENIX — Get on up there, Joe Don.For now, the Broncos’ depth chart at their retro position of fullback begins and ends with Joe Don Duncanof Dixie State University.He’s not as southern as he sounds. Nothing sounds more Southern than Joe Don Duncan of Dixie State. He’s actually from the Southern California inland town of Corona,and Dixie State is in the southern Utah city of St. George.Duncan was an enormous tight end at Dixie State (6-foot-3, 268 pounds),sat out what would have been his rookie season in 2014 with injuries, but the Broncos signed him two weeks ago with a plan of converting him to fullback.”I kind of tracked him a year ago when he came out,” said Broncos coach Gary Kubiak, who was the Baltimore Ravens’ offensive coordinator last year. “We were going to make him a fullback, but he had gotten hurt so he didn’t make it through. But he worked out real good for us (two weeks ago). It’s a shot.”But we’re going to keep looking. We’ll go through the draft. I’ve always kind of prided myself with Rick (Smith, Houston’s general manager), we could usually could find a way to raise one.”The Broncos haven’t had a true fullback on their 53-man roster since Chris Gronkowskiin 2012, and he primarily played special teams.The last fullback who had a part-time role was Spencer Larsen in 2008.Kubiak is here at the annual NFL owners’ meetings that are held at the Arizona Biltmore resort.He is a veteran of these meetings as he was Houston’s coach from 2006-13, but this is his first trip as head of the Broncos’ coaching staff.For the most part, the Broncos arrived at these meetings finished with free agency with the exception of perhaps adding an inexpensive veteran or two. They’ll use the draft, from April 30-May 2, to acquire positions of roster depth and maybe a starter or two.Concerns? The Broncos have a few:• Insider linebacker. It’s one position that has more questions than people may realize. Danny Trevathan and Brandon Marshall are the slated starters, but both … – Click Here To Visit Article Source