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The Squeeze: Egg roulette, Bristol Broncos and Gaga

Posted Feb 11, 2016

A concentrated look at recent juice on the Broncos.

Happy Thursday, #BroncosCountry!

The Broncos players have been basking in the Super Bowl afterglow as much as you have the past couple days. So, here's some of the latest, in case you missed out:

1. Peyton dishes superlatives, plays egg roulette
Myriad Broncos have made the national talk-show circuits since Sunday night, and quarterback Peyton Manning took his turn Wednesday on 'The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.'

One of Fallon's popular bits is coming up with ... less-than-flattering superlatives for NFL players, so Manning turned the tables and shared some about Fallon.

Then, Manning and NBA-legend Magic Johnson played Egg Russion Roulette. It's a must-watch:

2. More Broncos in Bristol
Safety T.J. Ward and cornerback Bradley Roby on Thursday added to the list of Denver players who have visited ESPN's broadcast campus in Bristol, Conn. The two appeared on SportsCenter, NFL Live, NFL Insiders, First Take, His and Hers, and also stopped by ESPN Radio's Russillo and Kanell.

On Wednesday, running back C.J. Anderson, cornerback Kayvon Webster and linebacker Danny Trevathan were at ESPN.

At some during the day, Anderson spent time with the Harlem Globetrotters, who tried to sneak a dunk past him.

But they failed.

3. Son of Bum goes gaga over Gaga
You're doing it wrong if you haven't seen this postgame Vine of defensive coordinator Wade Phillips and his wife, Laurie, celebrating the Broncos' Super Bowl 50 win. He was pretty jazzed about Super Bowl Sunday, and not just the game.

4. A Super Senate wager
Senators Thom Tillis (R-North Carolina) and Michael Bennet (D-Colorado) had a friendly bet going on Super Bowl 50, with the loser agreeing to talk about the "greatness of the winner of the Super Bowl" on the Senate floor.

The Broncos won their third world championship, of course, and Tillis on Thursday made good on his end of the bargain.