Broncos Sign Third-Round Pick Carlos Henderson to Four-Year Deal

Carlos Henderson pic
Carlos Henderson pic
Carlos Henderson

For nearly a year, Aaron Rosenbaum has worked as an associate producer at Mountain Time Media in Denver, Colorado. In this role he has been involved with producing primarily documentary-style video projects with Colorado-based nonprofit groups. Some of his recent clients have been Paws for Purple Hearts and Project Sanctuary; both aid in helping military members and their families re-connect after years of service. In his free time, Aaron Rosenbaum enjoys cheering on Colorado sports teams and has been a lifelong fan of the greatest sports team in the world, the Denver Broncos.

In late May, the Denver Broncos signed the last of their 2017 draft picks, locking in Carlos Henderson to a four-year contract that could see him earn up to $3.3 million over the life of the deal after pocketing a signing bonus of just over $800,000. Leaving school for the NFL after his junior year, Henderson played college football at Louisiana Tech, where he was named Offensive Player of the Year and Special Teams Player of the Year by Conference USA. While he is competing with All-Pro WR’s Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders, Henderson has a chance to make an immediate impact on Special Teams.

The Broncos selected Henderson in the third round of the 2017 draft, adding depth to the wide receiver position. He is expected to compete with fifth-rounder Isaiah McKenzie for a slot receiver position that would likely lead to immediate playing time.